The Monday Jam

at 7 Macquarie Place, Sydney, 2000 Australia

FREE ENTRY! Sydney's ORIGINAL and BEST Jam night featuring musicians from around the world every week! You never know who might turn up on the night!


The Monday Jam
7 Macquarie Place
Sydney , NSW 2000
Australia
Contact Phone
P: 0401427474
Website
http://www.thebasement.com.au

Description

Presented by THE NEW OJEEZ and The Basement... The Monday Jam at Sydney's iconic venue THE BASEMENT is a night of unparalleled entertainment! Whether you’re a musician or a music lover/listener, this is the night where the top musicians from around the world come together to perform, jam, network and just HANG OUT! The night is hosted by Sydney vocalist & saxophonist NIC JEFFRIES and house band "The New Ojeez"... Guest artists to have "jammed" include: Jessica Mauboy, The Blind Boys of Alabama, De La Soul, Chali 2na, Gregory Porter, Steve Clisby, George “Spanky” McCurdy, Emma Pask, Deni Hines, Jill Scott & Band and many, many more... Come down and enjoy Sydney's original MONDAY JAM at The Basement every Monday Night!

Opening time

  • Mondays: 20:00- 01:00

Company Rating

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Generated summary (experimental)

The new owners of The Basement (Bird’s Basement in Melbourne) are looking for a new home in Sydney.
Ideally we are looking for 400 - 500 sqm with ceiling heights of minimum 3.2 meters and limited if no columns obstructing the floor plan.
We do not mind whether it is a basement or a ground floor.
The potential venue is, or will be Licensed until 12am.
Finally, we do not mind whether the venue is a rental or a purchase.
We can deal with both situations.
The sooner we find a venue and the sooner The Basement will reopen its doors.
Thank you for helping The Basement to reopen its doors in Sydney.