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Northeast Party House are launching Melbourne's newest live music venue

Meet your new live music and comedy hotspot. 

Northeast Party House will launch Melbourne's newest live music venue when Three Eight Six kicks things off with a raucous live show. 

Three Eight Six is the new live brand from Chasers nightspot on Chapel St, South Yarra. As well as hosting killer live acts from both the national and international touring circuit, Three Eight Six will also feature comedy and cabaret. 

What's more, it's got a 24-hour license. I'll let you figure out why that's nothing to sneeze at on your own terms. 

Music Victoria CEO Patrick Donovan welcomed the addition of a quality live music destination on Melbourne's south side.

"Melbourne is well served by a brilliant collection of live music venues – the recently released Melbourne Live Music Census concluded that we have more venues per capita than anywhere in the world. But most of these are based in the CBD or north of the river, and music fans south of the river are crying out for more live music opportunities.

"A flexible venue that can cater for 700 standing or 300 seated will be in great demand by promoters, agents and bands. Chasers has a proud tradition of supporting contemporary music, and I enjoyed seeing many bands at its weekly rock night Outlaw Hard N Fast. Even Mick Jagger turned up one night to check out the talent. This venue will fill one of the key missing pieces in the Victorian live music jigsaw puzzle.’’  

It's going down at Three Eight Six, Chasers on Friday July 6.