SCABZ
SCABZ

SCABZ

with Zig Zag, Special Guests
The Workers Club (Fitzroy, VIC)
Thursday, 17 February 2022 7:30 PM
25 days away
18 Plus
Punk

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General Admission
$18.10
$18.10
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*FOOD AND TICKET INFORMATION*
If you purchase a dinner and show ticket please call the venue on (03) 9415 6558 and book a table in our dining room. Food cannot be served in the bandroom.

Kitchen closes at 8pm and we will be unable to prepare your food if you are here late.
General Admission + Chicken Parma
$44.65
$44.65
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General Admission + Eggplant Parma
$42.60
$42.60
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General Admission + Beef Burger
$40.55
$40.55
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General Admission + Chicken Burger
$40.55
$40.55
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General Admission + Vegie Burger
$42.60
$42.60
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SCABZ at The Workers Club (Fitzroy, VIC) on Thursday, 17 February 2022
The Workers Club will be operating under the Victorian State Government vaccination mandate. Therefore, as outlined in the Victorian Roadmap, only patrons, staff and artists who are double vaccinated against Covid-19 will be able to enter the venue. Customers are required to check-in via the Service Victoria App with a valid Vaccination certificate as they enter the venue.

Newtown’s self-proclaimed shittest band are a driving force behind Australia’s punk scene. Over the past 12 months SCABZ have toured relentlessly, joining Skeggs on the ‘My Own Mess’ tour across the country in between their own mammoth regional jaunts for singles ‘Starting Line’ and ‘Brett Lee’s Got No I.D (And He Can’t Get Into World Bar).’

SCABZ are just as comfortable heckling old mates at a country pub as they are at a festival. With standout appearances at Yours And Owls, Pool House Party, Mountain Sounds (rip) Festival of the Sun and Bad Friday proving they can be politically charged, grating and funny as ever regardless of the stage.
SCABZ provide direct and unapologetic protest in the Mike Baird-defying ‘Locked Out’ next to cowbell-doused tales of chasing tipsy smooches in ‘Beach Song’ with ease. Their newer releases are a testament to SCABZ technical and expressive growth. With guitarist and vocalist Siobhan Poynton’s increasingly thrilling style of guitar playing; SCABZ are closing in on a full, reckless and energetic sound that no other act in Australia can match.