Allow the Lomond Hotel in Brunswick to continue outdoor entertainment.

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kavisha Mazzella
2 weeks ago
the Lowy is a great place and spiritual home of alot of music and community experiences. The people who run it deserve our support

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Sandra Carter
3 weeks ago
It's important love music is s Melbourne icon. It can never die

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Ruth Hudspeth
4 weeks ago
Live music performance is a wonderful thing. Support is essential for the Arts industry. Support is as simple as allowing musicians to play & bring some joy to their audience

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Anthony Norris
1 month ago
Melbourne boasts a vibrant live music scene of international standing. This will cease if venues are discouraged from initiatives such as this. Residents need to accept these elements when moving into inner city music hot spots. Councils need to be more accountable for supporting the music scene.

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Carla van Laar
1 month ago
Live music adds so much quality to Brunswick and there is no good reason not too allow it.

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Victoria Knight
1 month ago
Its Important to understand what the arts offers everyone

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Chris Verso
Jan 22, 2021
For years, anyone living near the lomond has to realise music's inevitable. Lay back and enjoy the vibes.

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Therese ODonoghue
Jan 21, 2021
Support live music in the city

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Geoff Damm
Jan 19, 2021
Live music and entertainment is an integral part of bringing communities together. This venue has done a great job of bringing music back.

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Hans Deberitz
Jan 19, 2021
Live music & arts that adheres to council guidelines should be protected from local residents wanting to adapt their own individual version of what is acceptable or not. Council rules followed?..then what is the issue??