One big after-party for Logie night

No more network after-parties, this year talent from rival networks will be rubbing shoulders in a single industry event.

Amongst the big changes to this year’s Logie Awards is a major shift behind the scenes, with one industry after-party to rule all.

Previous Logie events, both on the Gold Coast and Melbourne, have seen networks hosting their own post-show parties. It’s always a quest to stage (and attend) the best party on the night, but 2023 will be an easy decision.

A single party will see talent -and executives- from rival networks rubbing shoulders and frocks. Free to Air will even be mingling side by side with Streaming competitors.

This year’s Logie event has a lower capacity at The Star meaning no media will be granted tickets, including for the after-party.

With many of the invitees already Sydney-based, the weekend junket to Gold Coast or Melbourne is replaced by a stripped-back all-in soiree, with most talent back to their own homes rather than hotel corridors. Of course, none of that will stop paparazzi from the odd wayward star having extra celebrations (make sure that isn’t you!).

Other changes this year include the return of a host, in ever-popular Sam Pang, and voting for the Gold Logie continuing reality-style until 10:30pm AEST on Sunday July 30 and screening on Seven.

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  1. This is a good idea. They used to do that years ago. I remember being surprised when the Networks started having their own separate parties. It’s good that they’ve gone back to how it used to be it gives them a chance to mingle. I guess with no media they will have to rely on the journalists up for awards to report back on any gossip.

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