If you’ve never been to (now either) Crowbar venues, it’s the home of the heavy. But it’s not just metal, it’s punk, rock and everything in between. It’s the home of live music in my opinion.
Introducing the Crowbar brand to Sydney was a bit of a no-brainer since Sydney has so few music venues for entertainment lovers to go to. There’s a few, sure, but there isn’t one home for it. A place you can go to share your love for live music, no matter whether you love niche international bands, or up and coming Australian bands.
Crowbar Sydney’s bar
Crowbar Sydney is where The Bald Faced Stag used to be. When I was there for the Dune Rats’ and New Years’ Eve shows, there was a common topic people brought up – the venue feels like The Bald Faced Stag but also feels like Crowbar. That’s probably because Trad and Tyla have made an effort to preserve the Bald Faced Stag’s history, especially with the back room. Just check it out!
I’ll never prefer Sydney over Brisbane. Before you get your pitchforks out, I’m talking about the city. Now that Crowbar is in Sydney, it seems like Sydney will be somewhere I’ll spend much more of my time.
Crowbar Sydney’s empty room photo
Crowbar Sydney’s full room photo