High Note, Northcote

MELBOURNE | The Northcote end of High Street has always been a bit of a great area for fans of live music, with lots of venues showcasing upcoming local artists. High Note is a new addition to the area, that operates as a small bar, intimate live music space, and creative events space in one.

The venue is owned by friends Jamie Bennett (founder, Crown Ruler), Umut Turkeri (DJ, and co-founder of Hope Audio) and James Clarke (CEO, music and culture marketing agency Bolster Group). It was born from a shared desire to build a place for creativity, collaboration and human connection.

Located at the base of the Northcote Theatre, High Note is split across the two street-fronting rooms on either side of the theatre’s entrance. To the left, you’ll find the wine bar, with a small DJ booth, and artwork on the walls by local artists. To the right, it’s a collaborative space for musicians to host workshops, launch albums, hold intimate dance parties, and more.

The two big Altec Lansing 511B horns that the music plays through are hard to miss, and they have some impressive pedigree. The vintage speakers once hung from the walls of the Sydney Opera House and were restored by Umut. Through them, you’ll hear an eclectic assortment of music.

Behind the bar, it’s a tight but diverse selection of independent, low-fi, local and international wines, local craft beers, cocktails, and non-alc drinks. There’s also a few snacks like cheese, charcuterie, and oysters.


High Note

220 High Street
Northcote
Victoria 3070
Australia

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Open
Tue – Fri: 4:00pm to 1:00am
Sat – Sun: 1:00pm to 1:00am

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