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The Flying Saucer Club

The Flying Saucer Club To Close

by Paul Cashmere on November 30, 2017

in News,Noise Pro

Melbourne’s The Flying Saucer Club will close as a venue after New Year’s Eve.

The Flying Saucer Club was a popular venue for heritage acts and musicians who wanted a cosy environment for fans. Daryl Braithwaite, Ross Wilson and Little River Band frontman Glenn Shorrock are just same of the legends who have graced the stage.

The Flying Saucer Club began at Caulfield RSL five and a half years ago and the operators of the venue want to continue elsewhere. After 5 and half years of hard work, we are all due for a well-earned break and will be taking a short holiday at the beginning of 2018. If anyone is aware of a suitable room that could become Flying Saucer’s new home, please email info@flyingsaucerclub.com.au.

The final show on December 31 will feature Nick Barker.

When: Sunday 31st December 2017
Doors: 6pm Showtime: 8.40pm
Where: THE FLYING SAUCER CLUB – 4 St Georges Road, Elsternwick
Tickets: $58+bf (Seats A – Dining Room) SOLD OUT, $48+bf (Seats B – Members Bar), $32+bf (Standing), $35 (Door Standing)

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