Sydney's The Standard announce shows with Custard, Bluejuice and the Changing Lanes Afterparty

We’re crowning our creative digs with an exclusive performance by Pajama Club featuring Neil and Sharon Finn at The Standard’s official industry launch on Tuesday 13 September, and now Surry Hills’ newest all purpose performance space is pleased to announce the eclectic line-up of artists playing in September.

For our official public launch on Thursday 15 September, we thought who better to get the party started than Sydney pranksters Bluejuice. Bringing some looseness to Level 3, join Stav, Jake, James, Jerry and Jamie for a night of frivolity and perhaps even a few treats taken from their new album Company, which is out 28 October.

Celebrating Sydney’s freshest creative talent, The Standard will host the official after-party for FBi radio fundraiser – Changing Lanes Festival. The official after-party will feature special performances by Pluto Jonze and Myth And Tropics, DJS Alice In Wonderland, Joy Ride and F.R.I.E.N.D.S on Saturday 17 September.

And last but by no means least – cult ‘90s band Custard will return for their first Sydney show in 12 years, on Friday 23 September. This exclusive performance at The Standard will feature the definitive Custard line-up: David McCormack, Paul Medew, Matthew Strong and Glenn Thompson – who will perform all the Custard hits including Apartment, Girls Like That, and Music Is Crap.

Asked about their special performance at The Standard, Custard had this to say.“We’re enjoying playing together again, and who knows what it might lead to..”

This performance promises to sell out – so make sure you get your tickets now!


Tuesday 13 September
Official Industry Launch with Pajama Club featuring Neil and Sharon Finn

Thursday 15 September
Official Public Launch featuring Blue Juice

Saturday 17 September
Official Changing Lanes After-Party

Friday 23 September
Custard’s first Sydney show in 12 years


Stay tuned for the next line-up announcement of artists playing at The Standard.

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