Friday 4:20, March 27

We know it. It’s a Friday arvo and you’re doing bugger all. Don’t you fucking lie to us. With that in mind, every week we’re going to offer you a new track to start your weekend off the right way, followed by some cool shit to do in the best city; Melbourne. People, the weekend is almost upon us. Crack a frothy, shut down your word document and crank this track. You bloody deserve it!

FRIDAY

8PM: The 10-piece Melbourne band Dorsal Fins are celebrating the launch of their first album Mind Renovation tonight at the Gasometer in Collingwood. They will be supported by Jacky Winter and Good Morning. The band mentioned it will be their last show for a little while so you guys know what to do if you feel like hearing this sick track live.

11PM: The internationally renowned Irish DJ Phil Kieran will be in town this weekend; you can catch him at Revolver. Apparently Kieran will be doing a real marathon behind the cages – no less than six hours djing. What a legend.

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SATURDAY 

1PM: For the 4th year, the Victoria’s Artists Society, close to Parliament station, is curating its annual exhibition ‘Shot in the Heart of Melbourne’. More than 30 local photographers will be exposed with a total of 250 art works. It’s a great occasion to check out some cool Street Art photography- for free!

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6PM: Yeah we know, you are thirsty. Jump on a tram towards Smith Street, Collingwood, and the annual Festival of Feral at Forester’s Hall will meet you there. 32 different brews, some never seen in Victoria, will be on tap with some Hillbilly music on top. Heehaw!

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SUNDAY

4PM: It’s the beginning of autumn and you want to find a nice and warm place to have a laugh and forget about that hangover. You can have a look at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival program here and see what works for you. Don’t forget to drink water, or beer, or whatever really.

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