FBi Radio and Time Out are presenting an open panel discussion at FBi Social on August 1st to discuss how to solve the current problems facing Sydney’s nightlife scene.
Triggered by the current issues surrounding violent behaviour in King Cross nightlife the panel held at FBi Social will feature political leaders, bar owners, clubbers, prominent residents, community workers and police. The forum will be open to discussions about transport, licensing, small bars, mega clubs, late night cultural pursuits, how to make the Strip more welcoming.
The findings of the night will be used in a manifesto pieced together by Time Out and FBi Radio which will be presented to the City of Sydney in October.
The panel will be chaired by Time Out Sydney publishing director Angus Fontaine, and will feature Lord Mayor Clover Moore, sociologist Dr James Arvanitakis, president of the Small Bars Association Martin O’Sullivan, FBi President and MusicNSW Board Member Cass Wilkinson and more TBA.
Entry is free, but reservation is essential. For more information head here.
WHEN: 8pm, 1 August
WHERE: FBi Social