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The Swinging Cat

Weekly live jazz at The Swinging Cat with The Sazeracs

Where
44 King St
Sydney NSW 2000
Australia
The Swinging Cat
When

Thursday 14 October from 7pm to 9pm Friday 15 October from 7pm to 10pm Saturday 16 October from 7pm to 10pm Thursday 21 October from 7pm to 9pm Friday 22 October from 7pm to 10pm Saturday 23 October from 7pm to 10pm Thursday 28 October from 7pm to 9pm Friday 29 October from 7pm to 10pm Saturday 30 October from 7pm to 10pm Thursday 4 November from 7pm to 9pm Friday 5 November from 7pm to 10pm Saturday 6 November from 7pm to 10pm Thursday 11 November from 7pm to 9pm Friday 12 November from 7pm to 10pm Saturday 13 November from 7pm to 10pm Thursday 18 November from 7pm to 9pm Friday 19 November from 7pm to 10pm Saturday 20 November from 7pm to 10pm Thursday 25 November from 7pm to 9pm Friday 26 November from 7pm to 10pm Saturday 27 November from 7pm to 10pm

The Swinging Cat hidden beneath the streets of the CBD turns into one of Sydney's most vibrant live music cocktail lounges.

Throw away all notions of stuffy jazz music and think New Orleans Mardi Gras instead - you'll be transported straight to the corner of Rue Royal and Conti with the soulful tunes of Swinging Cat resident band The Sazeracs.

Bookings are recommended however walk-ins are welcome too.

Covid-safe information

The Swinging Cat follows a strict COVID-safe plan according to current government restrictions and guidelines.

Contact event organiser

The Swinging Cat

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