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Jack Daniel’s Free Music Event On Next Week

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The Jack Daniel’s Barrel House makes its return to Melbourne next week the 17th of November 2017, featuring major independent Australian artists and local home-grown talent. And did we mention it’s free?

In partnership with Melbourne Music Week, Jack Daniel’s Barrel House is providing the musical goods with up to 40 Australian artists including Alice Ivy, Japanese Wallpaper, Harts, D’Arcy Spiller and heaps more.

Kicking off the festivities at Crown Melbourne’s Riverwalk, prepare to indulge in tunes, good vibes, whiskey cocktails and some nibbles as well. Featuring the ever-famous Jack Daniel’s Tennessee whiskey, there will be no shortage of experimental cocktails to come your way. PLUS, there will even be American, Southern-style food thanks to San Antone. Think smoked beef brisket, jalapeno sausages, chilli dogs and creamy mac ‘n’ cheese.

Good weather, live gigs, DJ sets, flowing drinks and glorious food; local independent talent has never looked so good.

The event runs up until Sunday the 3rd of December 2017.

Jack Daniel's Barrel House Music Event

WHAT: Jack Daniel’s Barrel House Pop Up Music Hub

WHEN: Friday 17 November to Sunday 3 December 2017

WHERE: Crown Melbourne Riverwalk, Southbank, VIC

COST: Free entry


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