12/10/2019 @ 6:00 pm - 11:30 pm
27 Unley Road, Parkside, SA, 5063
Join us for a 60’s/70’s Time Warp party!
Step back into the 60’s & 70’s with the Jackson 5, Aerosmith, Dianna Ross and the Supremes, David Bowie…
Be taken back in a time warp and revisit the best of the 60’s & 70’s at this iconic Adelaide pub. Prepare yourself for 60’s & 70’s theme cocktails, $12 Special Mood Lemonades and themed food specials. Plus, DJ Stixx playing the best of the 60’s & 70’s tracks – get ready for a sing along and boogie!
Furthermore, join in on the fun and dress up in your best 60’s or 70’s outfit. Think; tie-dye, bright colours, bell bottoms, frayed jeans, corduroy and so much more.
Come in earlier for lunch and enjoy something from our extensive menu, or make the most of happy hour from 2-6pm. Alternatively, relax out on the roof top bar whilst sipping on $22 cocktail jugs. Or build your own gin fizz cocktail for $12. A great way to prepare yourself for some signature 60’s & 70’s dance moves later on in the night!
60’s/70’s Time Warp Includes:
- DJ Stixx playing the best of the 60’s & 70’s
- $12 Special Mood Lemonade
- Themed food specials
- Happy hour 2-6pm
- All day dining options available 12-9pm
- Full menu available 12-3pm & 5:30-9pm
Themed Food Specials
wrapped in bacon, hollandaise sauce, potatoes & broccolini
fragrant rich tomato & white wine sauce, mushroom & streaky bacon served with steamed rice
A La Carte Menu
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Fashion & Culture of the 60’s & 70’s
The Sixties was a decade of huge fashion, music and social change. Conventions were challenged and old attitudes faded. The voting age dropped to 18, mini skirts became the norm and pop music blared from every teenager’s radio. People had more money and a disposable income than before and now had the time to enjoy it. The Sixties created great optimism and will always be remembered as a time of freedom, social change and fun! – read more here.
The popular music of the ’70s greatly affected the fashion. The followers of folk and psychedelic rock bands dressed in bell-bottom jeans and casual shirts with bold patterns such as paisley or floral landscapes. Females wore long, flowing cotton dresses known as maxi dresses. Later in the ’70s, the punk music scene inspired its fans to dress in torn clothing, black leather and rebellious and anti-establishment styles. – read more here.
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