Catch global talent, and emerging live acts 7 days a week, paired with theatrical top-shelf cocktails and dedicated bottle service.
Venture below 68 King Street’s indulgent new Charles Grand Brasserie, and you’ll discover its livelier, late-night sister, Tiva playing its part in reviving Sydney’s late-night music scene. Opening October 20, Tiva is a sophisticated late-night basement lounge with curated live music at the forefront.
Guests can expect a diverse mix of live music and singing performers across jazz, soul, RnB, folk, and New Orleans dance from Wednesday to Saturday as well as DJs 7 nights a week, backdropped to an elegant, basement space to be enjoyed late into the night.
Large enough for a four-piece band, the performance stage is positioned amidst a low-lit colour palette of rich navy and black, embellished with luxe detailing of leather, marble, dichroic glass and abstract art. Banquette-style lounge seating lines the space, allowing for a fully-immersive sensory experience while maintaining a sense of intimacy between your chosen crew of gig-goers.
The drinks menu isn’t your average gig accompaniment of light beers in plastic cups, but instead an extensive list of; Champagne, premium and top-shelf spirits by the glass and bottle, and distinctive cocktails with a Tiva twist – including a single malt whiskey and cognac Old Fashioned, served tableside in a three-piece, bottle-shaped decanter.
A playlist of lounge snacks offer a satiating selection of one-bite wonders including hashbrowns with roasted chicken cream, and mussels with whipped roe wrapped in nori. Larger snacks range from crumbed Moreton Bay bug sandwiches to shaved wagyu sirloin with black garlic and wasabi. Of course, the Tiva caviar service is also on offer for guests seeking debaucherous sophistication.
Tiva opens Thursday 20 October with live performances Wednesday – Saturday, and DJs 7 days a week till 2am. For more information and bookings, head to Tiva’s website.