All that is enticing and unique about Melbourne, Australia can be found in St. Kilda. Traditionally a haven for the city’s artists, immigrants and other exotic characters, for over 100 years people have flocked to this seaside suburb in pursuit of pleasure. Today the cornerstone of St. Kilda’s musical pleasures resides within The Prince of Wales Bandroom, near the corner of Fitzroy and Acland Streets.
The Prince Bandroom has been a host to live music for more than 6 decades. Many of the best local and international bands and DJs play The Prince Bandroom when in Melbourne. It has played host to the likes of Lenny Kravitz, Jack Johnson, Scissor Sisters, Ben Harper, Pink, Coldplay, Bright Eyes and Goldfrapp to name but a very select few.
March 2016 saw Prince Bandroom launch its latest addition by bouncing into Southern Asian sub-terrain, with POW Kitchen. This oriental overturn, which sees the plus-sized POW personality infused with Southern Asian soul, spells Summer flings with Singapore Slings, sunset sessions with vinyl concessions, and club nights with flavour-full bites.
Big Asian flavours. Bountiful booze. Tunes to match.