Green v Watts live at the Indi Bar


Wednesday August 3rd 5:30pm, Live music after the fight – Event Link

Former world boxing champion Danny Green has hailed the influence of Mohammed Ali on his career, as he announced his next fight against Australian cruiser weight champion Kane Watts.
The 43-year-old will head back into the ring for the first time in 12 months, when he takes on Watts – 10 years his junior – an August 3 at Hisense Arena.
“He was one of the most iconic figures in the whole world … ever,” Green said about Ali.
“He’s incredible. He inspired so many people, not just from boxing, not just from sport, but from across the globe.

“From presidents to rock stars to athletes … he was the greatest.”
Green wouldn’t be drawn into speculation that he would set up a rematch with bitter rival Anthony Mundine after the bout against Watts, saying that he was only concentrating on the fight in front of him and no “hot air”.
The fight in front of him will be no walk in the park for Green.
Watts has an 18-2 record overall and is on a nine-fight winning streak.
Green and Mundine haven’t locked horns since 2006 when Mundine was too good, but a rematch has been talked about ever since.
Green also used the announcement of his next bout to promote his Coward Punch Campaign, to educate youths on the dangers of violence in society.
He was joined by friends and current AFL footballers Dane Swan, Marcus Adams and Jake Stringer, as well as former Brisbane champion Jonathon Brown and former Western Bulldogs and Richmond coach Terry Wallace.
Swan told Fairfax Media he’s known Green for some time now and he was keen reiterate the message that coward punches can’t be tolerated.
“I don’t know what it is but it seems to be every other week now that something happens in a nightclub or in a car,” Swan said.
“It’s pretty horrible, luckily it’s never affected me or anyone I’m close to but the chances are if it keeps happening it’s going to.
“The more we can stamp it out, clearly the better it’s going to be.”

After the fight we have 4 live acoustic artists on

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Chase the Ace at the Indi Bar

Chase the Ace

Every Friday we are going to be running Chase the Ace from 5:00pm to 7:30pm.

We are kicking it off with a $500 pot and it will go up $50 each week, we are looking for the Ace of Hearts.

British India live at the Indi Bar


Melbourne boys British India are back once again for one of their famous Indi bar secret shows, we have only just got the greenlight to officialy announce this.

It is happening this Sunday 26th of June. Presale tickets are available from hotel receptionf or $25+BF or tickets will be available on the door from 6pm for $30.

Supporting them will be the Stillwater Giants, get in quick as this should be a sellout show!

And of course there will be our usual Sunday specials of $5 cans of Tecate and $4 Hot Dogs. See you down here!

June 2016 at Indi Bar

Gig Guide April-May 2016 (1)

Some biggies for you guys again. June is set to be a cracker month!

Gig Guide April-May 2016 (1) STATE OF ORIGIN

The NBC & Indi Bar clean up!



When Jason Neptune of the Margaret River based band The NBC told us about his plan to do a little clean up down at Scarborough Beach, the crew were more than happy to pitch in and help. We even managed to get a few non-crew friends to join in. Although Scarborough Beach is pretty clean, as far as city beaches go, the total tally of debris types show us that there is still a lot that we can do to make the environment nicer for everybody. The thing that came in at the highest count was cigarette butts.

According to this website:

  • Filters and plastic wrap from cigarette packages remain in the environment for long periods of time. Cigarette butts are composed of cellulose acetate, a form of plastic, which can take many (estimated 2 to 25) years to decompose. Cigarette butts may seem small, but with several trillion butts littered every year, the toxic chemicals add up!
  • Plastic pieces have been found in the stomachs of fish, birds, whales, and other marine creatures that mistake them as food, swallowing harmful plastic and toxic chemicals. Ingestion of plastic cigarette filters is a threat to wildlife. Sometimes even young children pick up and ingest cigarette butts.
  • Wind and rain often carry cigarette butts into waterways, where the toxic chemicals in the cigarette filters leak out, threatening the quality of the water and the creatures that live in it.

The information that was gathered from the beach clean up is invaluable, and will be used by Jason in his continued work to educate and to make people more environmentally conscious. He is currently fundraising for another trip to Indonesia, where he will encourage the local communities to become more involved in creating a safe environment and clean water supplies for themselves. You can see a snippet about his previous trip by watching the video below.

After working hard all day, Jase finished out the evening by treating everybody to an amazing set at the very cosy Wednesday night Club Acoustica.

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Food Specials @ the Indi Bar

Indi Food Specials

The Indi Bar is now doing food specials 7 days a week!
Mondays – $10 Margherita Pizzas + $10 Margarita Cocktails
Tuesdays – $15 250g Rump Cap
Wednesdays – $15 1Kg Wings
Thursdays – $15 Pasta
Fridays – $15 Fish & Chips
Saturday – $18 Lamb Shank
Sunday – $4 Hot Dogs + $5 Beers

Upcoming Live Music at the Indi bar

Gig Guide April-May 2016

Some great music coming up the next four weeks at the Indi bar

Live music coming up in April at the Indi Bar

Gig Guide 2

April is going to be a cracker at the Indi bar, don’t miss out!

Dallas Crane live at the Indi Bar

Live Music coming up at the Indi bar

Gig Guide Mar 16

We have a amazing few weeks coming up for everyone at the Indi Bar

Wednesdays – FREE ENTRY!
We keep rolling with Club Acoustica, a showcase of local and touring acts in a intimate lounge room setting, great for date night or just a chilled out Wednesday!

Thursdays – $5
The usual Open Mic Night madness, get down early to grab a feed and avoid the line

4th – Oka + Band of Frequencies – $20 Presale / $25 Door
11th – Hussy Hicks + Black Rabbit George – $15
18th – Dallas Crane + Datura 4 + Timothy Nelson – $20 Presale / $25 Door
25th – Good Friday – Closed

5th – Axe Girl + Yokohomos + Monroe – $10
12th – Old Blood + Guests – $10
19th – Shinkickers + Beltane Fire – $10
26th – Southern River Band + Datura 4 – $10

6th – ScaBraZil feat. Sambalicious (Long weekend edition) – $5
13th – Shovelful of Blues feat. Rick Steele & Friends – $5
20th – Hot! Hot! Hot! Latino Summer Fiesta feat. Orquesta Yambeque – $5
27th – Rasta Blasta feat. Manaaki + Guests – $5