Anyway Club To Announce New Home After Palace Closing
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Anyway Club To Announce New Home After Palace Closing

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Anyway has been running at The Palace as a weekly Saturday night since June 2013. Its six partners had run other Melbourne club nights before. It was Melbourne’s first “super-club” in over a decade, with flamethrowers, dancing LED robots, laser fingers and indoor fireworks.

It was to also play host to acts as Digitalism, Alison Wonderland, Peking Duk, Aston Shuffle, Yolanda Be Cool, Van She, Parachute Youth and Nina Las Vegas. It also gave the first exposure to DJs as Zac Waters and live acts as Dividem.

Today, the Anyway thanked The Palace for its support.

“Live music and dance music are such important parts of our culture in Melbourne and The Palace Theatre site has been at the heart of those scenes for as long as I can remember,” said Nicholas Greco. “As someone who not only runs their business at the Palace but as a punter I am saddened by the loss of such an iconic venue. The ending of The Palace will present a significant change for our brand but we’re excited for the next chapter of our weekly Saturday nights which will continue at another one of Melbourne’s great venues.”