All the staff are vaccinated. All patrons over 18 years of age will be asked to provide us with evidence of their vaccination to visit the venue.
We have dedicated Marshals keeping an eye on the cleanliness and sanitation, ventilation is being promoted through open doors and windows, and physical distancing is being encouraged.
Yes, you must wear a mask while moving around inside the venue, you can remove it for when having food or drink or when you are seated outside.
We may ask you to remove your mask momentarily to check your ID for service.
In Melbourne you should carry a mask with you to wear on public transport, taxis and in ride share cars, or if you cannot safely physically distance yourself from others in a crowded setting.
You can currently book via our bookings page for up to 8 guests. Bookings are recommended as capacity is limited. For larger groups please contact the venue via email@example.com
We are currently offering sitting sessions of 2 hours. Head to our bookings page to book now!
Yes, we are required by the Public Health Orders to ask you to check in using the Vic Services app, if you don’t have a phone we can take down your details manually.
Every patron over the age of 18 will be required to have proof of vaccination.
Only attend the venue if you are feeling well and are free from Covid-19 symptoms.
Vic Health recommends patrons return a negative Covid-19 test before attending venues and crowded places.
If you have attended the venue and test positive to Covid-19 in the days after your visit please notify the venue as soon as possible.
Please speak up. We strive to be a safe and inclusive space for all.
You can report to our staff or security, or ask to speak to the manager on duty.
When the event ends and/or you exit the building, you must:
1) Exit in an orderly and appropriate manner;
2) Follow the directions of staff to clear an area or access way;
3) Not cause undue noise or disruption to the adjacent amenity or neighbouring properties.
Our bookings team are working to confirm new dates for all shows that were affected by Covid-19. All original tickets will be valid for shows on their new dates. All ticket purchasers should have been contacted via email with any info. Please contact the box office at firstname.lastname@example.org for all further queries.
We’ve got Fox Sports and show all of the AFL games live in season and any other sports worth drinking beer to the rest of the time.
NSC offers 10% off food & drinks for all Music Victoria, RRR FM & PBS FM members to say thanks for supporting our local music community. All you need to do is show your card at the bar at time of purchase to redeem. **Offer excludes functions & already discounted items.
Tickets can be purchased 24 hours a day via our gigs page. If you require any assistance contact us at email@example.com
Tixel is our recommended resale platform for any sold out show. Tickets are verified and will be transferred to your details once purchase is finalised so you can feel secure in your purchase. Please contact the box office if you have any questions or check the show’s Facebook event for verified Tixel links or click here for a full list.
It is venue policy that all our patrons be over the age of 18 in the bandroom. NSC does hold strictly under age events. See the Gigs page for details.
Our bandrooms are general admission and standing room only, however some gigs or events will have allocated seating. Check the gigs list for details. If you need a seat at a show, please ask a staff member to help you.
If you have misplaced your confirmation email containing the E-ticket(s) please email the Box Office on firstname.lastname@example.org and they can re-send.
There is wheelchair access via the middle door on High St. If this door is locked, please ask our staff for assistance if required.
Booking fees are charged to cover administration and delivery costs as well as bank fees. Booking fees are NOT refundable.
The lower area of the deck has an open air section where smoking is permitted.
No, you cannot record an artist’s performance. You would require permission from the artist as per the Copyright Act, as the performance is “owned” by the artist. The authority to allow or not allow such recording devices on the night rests with the artists performing and not the venue.