The three-floor inner-city spot will relaunch its upper levels this Saturday.
The late-night CBD spot, which houses a pub and diner on the ground floor, has fully refurbished it's two upper levels, conceived as separate club spaces. Level one will now be known as Banana : Peach, a new two-room setup bring booked by Charades' Nergal Youkhana. The main dance floor, Banana, will be scalable to accommodate between 400 and 800 dancers with a newly installed Outline sound system, while the side room, Peach, will have a capacity of 250. Upstairs on level two, Francis28 will be programmed by Sydney's Peter "Lovertits" Shopovski, the man behind The House Of Mince, who will bring his Pavlova Bar party to the venue every Saturday night when the floor opens in July.
Take a look at some images of the refurbished spaces.
Banana : Peach will be used for the first time this Saturday, June 3rd, for the Freedom Time afterparty. Also in the next month, Sydney crew Pelvis will play all night on June 10th, Poof Doof and Rock City team up for a Sunday session on the 11th, Charades launches its Melbourne chapter with Vakula on the 17th and Locked Groove headlines on July 1st. Other promoters lined up for shows at The Bottom End include Animals Dancing, Crown Ruler, Waving At Trains, Bizarro and The Public Works Department.
Tickets are available here on RA.
Photo credit: Duncographic