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    The Daily Commuters w/ Bollard & Shock Corridor at The Grace Darling

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    ✯ THE DAILY COMMUTERS - SINGLE LAUNCH  The Grace Darling Hotel ✯ Band Room ✯

    The Daily Commuters travel Naarm/Melbourne blending sounds influenced by New Wave, Alternative rock and Post-Punk. Inspired by acts like Talking Heads, and Ian Dury, the Commuters delve into the eclectic collision of 'rhythm' and 'stick'. The Daily Commuters take a valiant stride, strumming all six strings with a subtle hip-swivel, all in the name of your enjoyment and music. Come celebrate the launch of their latest single, 'Dear Suburbia, I Love You'.

    Support from:
    + Bollard
    + Shock Corridor

    Pre-Sales | $10
    Door | $15

    Thursday May 25th | Doors at 8pm


     BAND ROOM ✯

    The Daily Commuters
    Shock Corridor


    There is a zero-tolerance for any kind of discriminatory, prejudiced, unsafe, or anti-social behaviour. The Grace Darling prides itself on providing a safe and inclusive space for all patrons and staff members. If you witness any behaviour that makes you, or members of the audience uncomfortable, please advise bar staff, safety officers or security so we can handle the situation accordingly. 

    Free Entry for Mob. Please contact: and a ticket will be allocated to you.

    Opening Hours: 12PM - 1AM
    Restaurant Opening Hours: 12PM - 1OPM
    Make a Restaurant Booking here for pre-show dinner or drinks. 

    The Grace Darling Hotel was constructed in 1854 and retains its original architectural build. Thus, the Band Room & Basement are regrettably not wheelchair accessible. The Main Bar level is wheelchair accessible.
    All bathrooms at the Grace Darling Hotel are gender neutral (Located on the Atrium level (4 steps), and in the upstairs Band Room)

    No strobe lighting or strobing visuals.

    Please contact the event organiser for more detailed accessibility information.

    The Grace Darling Hotel acknowledges that this event takes place on the Sovereign lands of the Wurundjeri peoples of the Kulin Nation. Their Sovereignty has never been ceded and we acknowledge their culture and lores are imbued in this land. We acknowledge our responsibility to raise awareness around the Sovereign custodians of this land, and pay our respect to their Elders past and present. Always was, always will be Aboriginal land.

    The Grace Darling Hotel
     (114 Smith Street, Collingwood 3066) 

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