The Palace (entertainment complex)
The Palace was an entertainment complex located in St Kilda, Victoria, Australia. It was built in 1972 on the site of the former Palais de Danse, which had burned down in 1968. It hosted both local an...
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Victorian Trades Hall
Victorian Trades Hall is the world's oldest Trade Union building, located in the suburb of Carlton, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, and home to the Victorian Trades Hall Council.It is located on the c...
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Empress Hotel, Fitzroy North
The Empress Hotel (formerly the Empress of India Hotel) is a pub located at 714 Nicholson Street, in the inner Melbourne suburb of Fitzroy North. The Empress Hotel closed in December 2013, and reopene...
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Bennetts Lane Jazz Club
The Bennetts Lane Jazz Club is a music venue in Melbourne, Australia, located off Little Lonsdale Street. It has operated since 1992, with a second room, the Jazz Lab, opening in 2000. The club hosts ...
Waverley Park
Waverley Park (originally VFL Park) was an Australian rules football stadium in Mulgrave, Victoria, Australia. For most of its history, its purpose was as a neutral venue and used by all Victorian ba...
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Corner Hotel, Richmond
The Corner Hotel in the Melbourne suburb of Richmond, Victoria, is a remodelled 19th-century pub which has been a live music venue since the 1940s and, since 1995, a popular rock music venue.
In 1...
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Melbourne Arts Precinct
The Melbourne Arts Precinct (also referred to as Ngargee, which is a Bunurong word for describing "gathering for celebration") is a series of galleries, performing arts venues and spaces in Melbourne,...
Hiroyuki Iwaki
Hiroyuki Iwaki AO (岩城 宏之, Iwaki Hiroyuki) (6 September 1932 – 13 June 2006) was a Japanese conductor and percussionist.
Iwaki was born in Tokyo in 1932. Shortly after he ent...
Central Hall, Melbourne
Central Hall (also known by its former name, Cathedral Hall) is a building that stands at the end of Brunswick Street in Fitzroy, Melbourne, Australia. This structure today serves as a centrepiece of ...
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National Sports Museum
The National Sports Museum is a museum dedicated to Australian sport and is located within the Melbourne Cricket Ground in Melbourne, Australia. There are exhibits for sports such as Australian rules ...
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Docklands Stadium
Docklands Stadium (also known by its former sponsored names of Colonial Stadium and Telstra Dome, and its current sponsorship name of Etihad Stadium) is a multi-purpose sports and entertainment stadiu...
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Palais Theatre
The Palais Theatre is a former cinema, now functioning exclusively as a concert venue, located in St Kilda, Victoria, Australia. With a capacity of 2,896 people, it is the largest seated theatre in Au...
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The Old Bar
The Old Bar (2001) is a bar and live music venue on the premises of 74–76 Johnston St, between Brunswick and Nicholson streets, in Fitzroy, an inner city suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. The ...
Sturt Street Gardens
The Sturt Street Gardens is a central reservation running along one of the main thoroughfares of Ballarat (Victoria, Australia) — Sturt Street — after which it is named. The formal gardens span 13 ci...
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Kooyong Stadium
Kooyong Stadium, at the Kooyong Lawn Tennis Club, is an Australian tennis venue, located in the Melbourne suburb of Kooyong. The stadium was built in 1927 and has a capacity of 8,500.It was the venue...
List of music venues in Melbourne
This is a list of venues (pubs, clubs, and cafe's) commonly used for concerts and other musical performances in Melbourne, Australia.
Crystal Ballroom (Melbourne)
144°58′38.5″E / 37.859389°S 144.977361°E / -37.859389; 144.977361The Crystal Ballroom (also known as The Ballroom and Seaview Ballroom) was a music venue located within the Se...
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Sidney Myer Music Bowl
The Sidney Myer Music Bowl is an outdoor performance venue in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. It is located in the lawns and gardens of Kings Domain, Linlithgow Ave, Melbourne, close to the Arts Centr...
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The Tote Hotel
The Tote Hotel (1980) is a hotel, pub, bar and music venue on 71 Johnston Street, the corner of Johnston and Wellington Streets, in Collingwood, an inner city suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia....
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Arts Centre Melbourne
The Arts Centre Melbourne, originally known as the Victorian Arts Centre and briefly officially called The Arts Centre, is a performing arts centre consisting of a complex of theatres and concert hall...
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Princess Theatre, Melbourne
The Princess Theatre is a 1488-seat theatre in Melbourne's East End Theatre District, Australia.It is listed by the National Trust of Australia and is on the Victorian Heritage Register.
It was fi...
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Melbourne Recital Centre
Melbourne Recital Centre is a venue for ensemble music in Melbourne, programming and presenting in excess of 450 concerts and events each year across a variety of musical genres - including classical,...
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State Theatre (Melbourne)
Melbourne's original State Theatre was built in 1929 to seat 3,371 patrons and is situated on Flinders Street. It was conceived as an "atmospheric auditorium", a novelty in Melbourne at the time. Anot...
Esplanade Hotel (Melbourne)
The Esplanade Hotel, built 1878, is an iconic public house in St Kilda, a beachside suburb of Melbourne, Australia. It is situated on St Kilda Beach, at 11 Upper Esplanade, overlooking Port Phillip Ba...
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Origins of Australian rules football
The origins of Australian rules football are obscure and still the subject of debate.The earliest accounts of "foot-ball" in Australia date back to the 1820s. These early games were poorly documented ...
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Marn Grook
Marn Grook or marngrook, from the Gunditjmara language for "game ball", is a collective name given to a number of traditional Indigenous Australian recreational pastimes believed to have been played a...
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Mansion nightclub
The Mansion is located in Melbourne, Australia, at 83 Queens Road. The multi-level historic building was an electronic music venue. The Mansion was once voted No.7 in the world’s top 10 clubs.
The...
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Cherry Bar
The Cherry Bar is a Melbourne city bar founded in 2000 by former Cosmic Psychos drummer Bill Walsh. Appropriately located on ACDC Lane (off Flinders Lane between Russell St and Exhibition St), the bar...
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