Melbourne nightlife is ready to restart; is it safe to be going out?
With many great places for everyone to visit, Melbourne is a fascinating city. The city is lively and beautiful during the day, but it becomes relaxed, fun, and vibrant at night. It’s not surprising that this Australian CBD has one of the best night skylines in the country. It also has plenty of great bars, restaurants, and nightclubs where you can relax and socialise with friendly locals and tourists or enjoy a romantic night out.
Melbourne nightlife is full of endless destinations and venues that allow you to party well into the following day. Once restrictions in Melbourne have been eased further, the nightlife will be more than ready to start up again, and when this happens, everyone will be searching for somewhere to go.
So, if you’re looking for a place to go out in Melbourne, why not try Lucky Thursdays. Lucky Thursdays are the kind of place you go to if you want to enjoy a big night out. You will experience excellent music, cheap drinks, and a party-hard atmosphere that the venue has created during the years it has been open.
Now, you might be wondering if it is safe to head to Lucky Thursdays? The answer is yes. Once Melbourne has re-opened dancefloors, it will be safe to party all night long.
When it is time to re-open dancefloors, Lucky Thursday will practice and follow all necessary government regulations to keep everyone safe while partying.
All visitors will be informed of the rules that need to be strictly followed on the club premises. This will include QR codes at entry, temperature checks, and hand sanitiser across the venue. Then, of course, when you aren’t drinking, you will need to be wearing a mask as per the guidelines.
As a venue, we will also ensure that signage around the club makes sure everyone remembers to wash their hands often, cover their mouths or elbows when coughing, avoid hand-to-hand contact, and not touch their faces.
When the time comes, we will be taking the necessary measures and limiting the number of patrons in the venue and on the dancefloor, as per the Victorian government regulations. We also have cleaning teams, who will sanitising high traffic areas, so that you will be safe and so will our team members. We want to have you all, but you’ve got to line up early if you’re going to get inside on our first night back.
After being locked up, we are going back to bars and clubs. Having a great time is beneficial to our mental and emotional health, especially for the young people whose social interactions have been severely restricted at a time of crucial time of growth and learning. This is why we must take these precautions and protect our young people, to give them the ability to head out and party again. At Lucky Thursday’s, we are so excited to have you all back on the dance floor, as normal, to have a great night.
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