The government’s easing of restrictions for restaurants & cafes is an exciting first step, however, for our restaurants the realistic re-opening time is still a few weeks away. We are busy planning our return and hope to wine and dine with you again soon! Stay updated ➢
Unite for the Night with Applejack!
Applejack Hospitality is a proud member of the Night Time Industry Association who are campaigning for positive change in Sydney’s Nightlife!
The Night Time Industry Association was formed to promote Sydney as a vibrant and creative city, and to build a new positive narrative for Sydney’s nightlife. The Association is not for profit, and all funds raised will be used to drive positive change, both pre and post election.
They have 3 main aims to demonstrate:
1. To show that Sydney is a fun and inspiring place to live, work and play;
2. To show that Sydney’s nightlife contributes to the cultural value of the city; and
3. To show that nightlife stimulates creativity which is an important economic driver for NSW;
The NSW government has stated: “The night-time economy is a key driver of growth, and a significant contributor to the economy more broadly, employing around 1.17 million people across Australia and generating over $121 million in sales turnover nationally.”
Following the Don’t Kill Live Music Rally, the campaign to bring life back into Sydney and NSW’s night-time economy is gathering pace!
On Thurs 7th March, NTIA will be holding an awesome fundraising gig to kick off their campaign UNITE FOR THE NIGHT! All proceeds will go towards supporting Sydney’s night time economy.
Date: Thurs 7th March
Time: 7:30pm – 10:30pm
Where: The Metro Theatre
The Line up includes:
Gordi, Josh Pyke, I Know Leopard, Matt Okine, Mel Buttle, Tom Ballard, Kav Temperley (Eskimo Joe), Cameron James + more to be announced.
Purchase your tickets & together lets Unite for the Night!