From their world-famous Mary’s Burger to a stage line-up of world-famous performers, Liberty Hall is spearheading the renaissance of Sydney’s live music scene.
Liberty Hall is announced amongst the enthralls of Sydney’s ongoing nightlife rejuvenation efforts. The 1200-person capacity dedicated live music venue will pop up in the newly energised Entertainment Quarter, opening the doors and stage to local, domestic and international touring artists with their renowned anything-goes approach.
The creative co-owners behind Newtown’s burger-slinging, Jack Daniels-swigging Mary’s amongst a plethora of iconic Sydney venues, have re-imagined the possibilities for this space as a multi-use and multi-level site, inclusive and welcoming to all those unafraid to colour outside of the lines.
“We see art as so deeply vital to the health of society. We hope we can create a home for free expression, of shared celebration and of deep connection. Liberty Hall will be a home for intimate moments and fucking face tearing partying, for challenging conversations and shared experiences.” – Mary’s Co-Owner Jake Smyth
If anyone has the overflow of energy required to pour into the project, it’s co-owners Jake Smyth and Kenny Graham. Over the past 9 years, the duo have collected a wild and wonderful and intensely individual group of venues that champion food, booze, music and art. Along with their contribution to Liberty Hall, you can also expect an all-new, all-singing, all-dancing Mary’s Venue slap bang next door to Liberty Hall, bringing their infamous burgers, fried chicken & natural wine to 2022.
The new venue is all set to open inside Moore Park’s Entertainment Quarter in October, watch this space for more food, booze and lineup announcements to come!