We say hi to Brisbane Indesign’s Official After-Party Venue.
May 1st, 2012
It’s been confirmed and you can mark it in your diary. The design industry will be heading to Oh Hello! to relax and let their designer hair-dos down after a big day at Brisbane Indesign.
This venue, which opened in August 2011, is more than just a nightclub, combining music, art and fashion in its central location on Ann St in Fortitude Valley. With its uptown New York warehouse-inspired aesthetic and raw timber interior, Brisbane Indesign attendees will feel right at home.
The simple fit-out with milk crate seats and vintage cushions should provide the perfect spot to chill out after a big day, but when the time is right, prime position on the dance floor will be the hottest ticket!
It’s not just the décor and the music that’s been getting attention though. Try one of Oh Hello!’s inspired ‘Jamming’ cocktails – featuring Belvedere vodka or Hendricks gin and served up in old-fashioned jam jars – or one of the ‘Shake & Bake Shared Shots’ if you’re feeling friendly. For those whose taste is equally old fashioned, there are more traditional cocktails on offer as well, in the way of martinis, mojitos, cosmos and iced tea.
Registered guests wearing their Brisbane Indesign lanyards will gain free entry 7-10pm.
See you there!
Oh Hello! Brisbane Indesign After Party :: Saturday 26th May
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