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A Neon Rainbow Bar Is Popping Up In Sydney

By Ange Law
16th Oct 2017


A summer pop-up bar is coming to Sydney Harbour, and guys, the summer vibes are coming in strong already. You can thank the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) for this stroke of neon genius: the fluorescent bar, Colour Fields, is popping up for three glorious months this summer. 

The bar will run alongside the light exhibition by Swiss Artist, Pipilotti Rist, so once you’ve made your way through the (frankly quite epic) installations inside, you’ll want to hit up the bar overlooking Circular Quay. For food, you can expect share plates galore by Culinary Edge (the guys behind Graze Bar) and classic cocktails with a twist—we’re hoping for neon errrythang.

There’ll also be a bunch of workshops by WORK-SHOP throughout their three-month stint, and our top picks are the rosé appreciation masterclasses (for obvious reasons) and craft singles (again, for obvious reasons). Come 4pm Sunday though, it’s all about the Sunday sesh with DJs like Jack Shit, Keep It Disco DJs, Freda & Jackson and more on the decks. Like we needed another excuse to hit this one up...

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The Details

What: ‘Colour Fields’ Summer Bar
When: From Friday 3 November, Wednesday to Sunday from
Where: Museum of Contemporary Art Australia
Cost: Free entry

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Image credit: Museum of Contemporary Art Australia 

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