GIVEAWAY: NLNL OPUS ’13 at Ormond Hall this Saturday – Double pass!
March 22, 2013, 10:31 am
Filed under: TWO BRIGHT LAKES DJS
| Tags: Chris Gill
, Declan Kelly
, Eliana Schoulal
, Mohair Slim
, No Lights No Lycra
, Ormond Hall
, Simon Winkler
, Two Bright Lakes
, Two Bright Lakes DJs
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Two Bright Lakes
are proud to be a part of the Opus ’13
dance extravaganza at Ormond Hall this Saturday 23 March
and we’re giving away a DOUBLE PASS
to the show to a random new or old subscriber to our monthly newsletter. Just sign up to our mailing list using the form on the bottom left of our home page
, or for current subscribers, send us an email at email@example.com with the subject line “NLNL OPUS ’13 giveaway’
and we’ll pick a winner at random. There are still a few tickets available, so if you haven’t got tickets yet then get em here:
Presented by No Lights No Lycra, Polyester Records and Melbourne International Fashion Festival, NLNL Opus ’13 is a history of dance hits since 1930 at the amazing Ormond Hall on Saturday March 23 from 4pm.
SIX MELBOURNE DJ’S – Eliana Schoulal, Mohair Slim, Chris Gill, Simon Winkler, Two Bright Lakes DJs, Declan Kelly
SIX DECADES OF DANCE HITS
Come dressed in your decade of choice!
Ending with No Lights No Lycra DJ’s and a playlist that celebrates dance music through the ages.
In true NLNL style the dance floor will be dimly lit so you can dance like no one’s watching.
Doors open at 4pm with the rundown as follows:
4pm – Jazz ‘n’ Swing – Eliana Schoulal
5pm – Rock’n’Roll – Mohair Slim
6pm – Soul’n’Funk – Chris Gill
7pm – Punk Rock – Simon Winkler
8pm – Disco – Two Bright Lakes DJs
9pm – Rave’n’House – Declan Kelly
10pm – No Lights No Lycra Mashup
WHAT IS OPUS and WHAT IS SO SPECIAL ABOUT ORMOND HALL?
Ormond Hall has a proud heritage as one of Melbourne ’s premier entertainment venues. Built in 1891, this beautiful hall was originally established as a music hall for the blind, run by the Royal Victorian Institute for the Blind (RVIB).
In 1922 Ormond Hall began operation as a dance hall.
During the Second World War, the hall was occupied by the RAAF, and its late-closing bar proved very popular amongst members. Ormond Hall was returned to the RVIB in 1947, and much to the excitement of the community, balls and dances were once again held.
In the late sixties, the “famous Ormond Hall” experienced a surge in popularity when it became home to one of Melbourne ’s most popular dance clubs, Opus. Opus was the place to be for the “teen and twenties” set, and provided patrons with live music, Opusdancers, and a coffee lounge with television screens every Saturday and Sunday night.
Saturday March 23
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