01/09/2021 - 15:48

New owners for Mojos

01/09/2021 - 15:48

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Western Australian hospitality group Triple-1-Three has acquired the majority stake in North Fremantle live music venue Mojos Bar.

Mojos venue manager Rebecca Price (left), Al Taylor, James Legge, Mojos program manager Amber Jean Hatton and Gabe Parkin.

Western Australian hospitality group Triple-1-Three has acquired the majority stake in North Fremantle live music venue Mojos Bar.

Triple-1-Three is is behind Otherside Brewing and venues including Otherside Brewhouse in Myaree and Freo.Social.

Triple-1-Three chief executive Al Taylor said the venue’s history of live music aligned with the group’s ambitions.

“Mojos is, unquestionably, one of the greatest live music venues in the state. A venue that has always nurtured and championed live music,” he said.

“So, to us, it made all the sense in the world strategically, commercially and culturally.

“It really was an opportunity we couldn’t pass up.”

Mojos general manager and shareholder Gabe Parkin said Triple-1-Three had done a great job bringing Freo.Social to life.

“A great venue, with a great culture,” he said.

“It has a much bigger music room, so I see the two venues complementing each other really well.

“It’s an exciting new chapter for Mojos.”

Mojos previous owner, Andrew Ryan, left the business in April following issues over "prior conduct".

In early May, the live music venue posted on Facebook that it was progressing towards new ownership.

Triple-1-Three was established by Mr Taylor and James Legge, who previously ran Sunset Events and were responsible for events including Southbound and West Coast Blues 'n' Roots Festival.

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