PublishedFri, 18 Oct 2019, 03:07
- A final run of parties will take the venue through to November 2nd.
Boney will shut its doors for good next month.
The intimate Melbourne club and band room launched in 2013 after the previous incarnation of the Little Collins St spot, Pony, ended its own 12-year run. Since then it's been a haven for everything from house, techno and disco to live bands, comedy and Thai food across its two floors, hosting names like Peggy Gou, Honey Dijon, Luke Vibert, Laurel Halo, Antal, Awesome Tapes From Africa and Shanti Celeste along the way.
November 2nd will see a final party, Brashes To Ashes, featuring Otologic, Moopie, DJ Kiti, Andee Frost and plenty more Boney regulars playing between 9 PM and 9 AM. Until then the club will operate as normal, with Varhat headlining a Subscape gig on October 25th and [email protected] guesting at Losing Control on the 26th.