10 November 2015

Coffee at 90s prices, how nostalgic!

RMIT keep cup with coffee

If you’re paying $4 for a coffee, then this is a sweet deal for you!

Melbourne Music Week (MMW) has partnered with DC Coffee to create a special deal where during MMW you can purchase a coffee for just $2 by flashing your student card at the Former Royal Women’s Hospital.

Delivered by the City of Melbourne, MMW captivates the city from 13–20 November with an eight day program dedicated to illuminating the city's robust, world-renowned music scene. With a variety of free and affordable shows; all of which reflect Melbourne’s multi-faceted, inimitable creative identity, the program aims to tantalise many musical tastebuds.

Included in the program, you’ll find the inaugural Melbourne Music Symposium, which we are in partnership with. Hosted by the City of Melbourne and titled “We Can Get Together”, the symposium brings together international industry and academic leaders to explore what makes a music city successful.

Even if you can’t make it to a show, you’re still welcome to kick-back at MMW’s flagship venue, the disused, concrete basement of the Former Royal Women’s Hospital near the corner of Swanston and Grattan streets in Carlton.

Get inspired by the words of Bob Marley, “one good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain”, grab your keep-cup, gather your loose change and remember how that music used to make you smile.

For more information, go to Melbourne Music Week.

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