Art & Design

Here’s How You Can Spend A Night With Urban List At This Iconic Underground Venue

By Ioana Dragnef
14th Feb 2020

DON'T MISS:

Two excellent talks are happening at Can't Do Tomorrow this weekend, Dirty Laundry, and B*tch Better Have My Money.

The Dirty Laundry panel is hosted by UL Sydney editor, Sammy Preston and features Simon Wood of Sneaker Freaker, Nicky Roswell of And Now Creative, Eddie Zammit of T-world, and Saul Kaplan of Redwood Press and Boy Wolf. Book your ticket here.

B*tch Better Have My Money is hosted by UL founder, Susannah George and features Tom Gerrard of Bench Talk, and Toby Benador of Just Another. Book your ticket here.

 

You’ve probably already heard about Can’t Do Tomorrow, Melbourne’s huge underground festival of urban art. And if you haven’t, here’s the quick lowdown: think 10 days packed with interactive installations, jaw-dropping street art, good vibes, hidden bars, live music, and the best part of it all: a chance to meet some of the peeps behind Urban List and mingle with other Urban Listers as well.

Because, really, are you an Urban List fan if you don’t attend Urban Night at Can’t Do Tomorrow? We think not. 

For just $30 a pop, join us for drinks, tunes, art and good vibes that’ll go well into the night. The ticket will let you explore all four levels of The Facility in Kensington, one of Melbourne’s most iconic underground spaces. Immerse yourself in Exquisite Corpse, a lifesize 3D installation that’ll give your eyeballs a good jolt, hit up the largest moving outdoor gallery in Australia (um, it’s on a 22-carriage freight train; just sayin’), party into the night with The Sky High Trio and Zepherin Saint, and try to find Stomping Ground’s secret bar. 

Plus, you’ll also get to attend Dirty Laundry, an exclusive discussion on the influence of urban culture on style, art, and design. Led by our fabulous Urban List Fashion Editor, Sammy Preston, perk your ears to a lineup of notable names from the urban art scene, including HoMie co-founder Marcus Crook and Sneaker Freaker director Simon Wood. 

And if you’re feeling altruistic, you can also shop HoMie’s Upcycled line, from which 100% of the profits will go directly towards supporting young people affected by homelessness or hardship. 

HoMie will have a heat press on-site every day along with blank t-shirts in various colours, plus HoMie-branded shirts, so you'll be able to completely customise a HoMie shirt for yourself.

So...who says you can’t have fun on a school night? We’re looking forward to meeting you on Urban Night, AKA the place to be on Thursday, 27 February. Circle the date in your diary and book your tickets already.

Can't wait to check out Can't Do Tomorrow? Get your tickets here and use the promo code URBANCDT to get $10 off.

The Details

What: Urban Night at Can’t Do Tomorrow
When: Thursday 27 February
Where: The Facility, 12 Elizabeth Street, Kensington
For tickets, head to
cantdotomorrow.com.

Image credits:
Artist: Bryan Itch
Photo: Shannyn Higgins

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