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Nightlife - April 2013

04 Apr 2013

80s Sundays rock Docklands

By Sean Car

Sunday nights have been given new meaning as the James Squire waterside bar brings 80s rock inspired entertainment to Docklands.

Renowned as Australia’s greatest ever 80s tribute show, Stand and Deliver have made a lasting impression since they kicked off New Year’s Eve at the venue and have attracted a major following to the area.

They have now firmly planted their position into Sunday nights, drawing regular weekly crowds of up to 180 to James Squire.

The five-piece band inspired by the era that brought us spandex and hair spray overuse provide the ultimate show in combining Duran Duran-Van Halen style stage charisma with explosive glam rock.

Owner David James says that since the Sunday sessions were launched in mid-January, the night continues to bring new faces to the area.

“You never get the same crew every week,” he said. “No one is left having a bad night, everyone is just up and dancing.”

The magnificent upstairs function room at James Squires at NewQuay Central provides the perfect centrepiece for the evening with breathtaking views spanning all along the harbour up to Etihad Stadium.

The night is a true crowd-pleaser offering free entry to all as well as free bubbles from 7.30pm to 8.30pm.

Festivities kick off every Sunday from 7.30pm rounding up at 11.30pm.

More information on the evening and booking upstairs functions can be found at http://www.jamessquire.net.au

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