As we come together as a collaborative crew of writers, painters, artists and skaters, barbers, blazers, drinkers and gamers – The Culprit Club, Babylon Falls Barbershop & Studio and Parliament Skate Shop proudly present ALL AS ONE round #2 at the zoo.

FREE ENTRY from 6PM (door cover from 8PM)

Featuring live music from:
6.30pm – 7.00pm Pet Possum
7.15pm – 7.45pm Beat Around
8:00pm – 8:45pm: Average Art Club
9:00pm – 9.45pm: Gratis Minds
10:00pm – 10:45pm: Wharves
11:00pm – 12.00pm: DROP LEGS

Free skate and comp from Parliament Skate Shop and live art from The Culprit Club and Ironlak Art and Design Brisbane(*door and comp prizes tba)

*Participation encouraged on walls, decks and stage – because it’s suppose to fun for (almost) everyone. Email hello@theculpritclub.com for involvement info.

ALL AS ONE marks something new for Brisbane. It’s too often we get tied up in life’s pursuits and forget the ideas and inspiration that brought us all together. We’re going back to the roots of who we are, to show homage to the industries we collectively live through and love by coming together collectively to hang out and have fun, all as one.


Drop Legs
Byron Bay band Drop Legs create a laid back sonification of the coastal lifestyle, the free spirited lifestyle of Bohemian youth. They’ve attracted a solid following with their energetic live performances fusing of Heavy reggae, ska and coastal Hip Hop. The band’s accelerating career has seen them recently complete their fifth East Coast tour – ending on another packed out show at The Manly Moonshine Bar, as well as touring Indonesia for Sailor Jerry and supporting the likes of Opiou, Sticky Fingers, Bootleg Rascal, Bonjah, Band of Frequencies, Ocean Alley, The Bennies and more.

Recently signing on with new management and publicity, Drop Legs had great run in 2016 with two singles “750 mls” and “Criminal” being premiered on triple J’s RootsnAll, as well as playing Psyfari festival, Island Vibes festival and Bohemian Beat Freaks Festival. So far in 2017 the bands latest single “Lizzy” has also been a popular feature on Triple J and community radio stations across Australia – an exciting lead up to the band’s debut album releasing later in the year.

 

*$5 basics all night thanks to The Zoo
Cover and poster art created by INKBOY Inkboy Mike.

Photo ID required for entry.

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