Top 10 Melbourne Revelry On this week 24/01/2021
If you like it, lick it.
10) Infinite: Fun Size
What: Infinity is back for 2021! Stand up drinking, mingling & dancing is allowed! While they can’t throw a party quite as big as they used to just yet, there will be plenty of drinks, DJs, people & dancefloor anthems to keep you fully entertained. Time to party again!
Why: They could’ve so easily called this ‘Finite’. It was right there.
9) Sundowners DJ Set
What: Sundowners DJ Set in St Kilda beach is back! Experience a sunset party on the beach: feet in the sand, glass in your hand and music in your ears. After a rough time in lockdown the team has decided to come back! So let’s do it again! For the love of music, good vibes and golden hours.
Why: Confusion, restlessness, insecurity, emotional outbursts, mental decline. Yes, ‘Sundowners’ is the perfect name for a St Kilda beach rave.
8) Together Again at the Palais Theatre: Blake Rose
What: Fans have a once in a lifetime opportunity to enjoy performances by some of Melbourne’s favourite artists, whilst seated on the Palais’s iconic venue’s stage. This series will celebrate the return of live with a star-studded line-up of local talent. This iteration will feature Blake Rose, the Perth-raised singer/songwriter primed to become an international export from our local pop scene.
What: He has been compared to Shawn Mendes. You can…make your judgements from there.
7) Lockdown Legends: Inaugural Party
What: Don’t miss this one. A chance to meet your LDL Melbourne mates in person, and party the night away with the LDL Melbourne DJs at the inaugural Melbourne chapter party. The venue for this night of debauchery will be the art deco themed High Bar upstairs at Tusk, just off Chapel Street in Windsor. The soundtrack for the evening will be provided by your favourite Lockdown Legend Melbourne DJs!
Why: Revisit the DJs that got you through lockdown! Then realise the depths of boredom and loneliness that lead you to recreationally listen to DJs outside of a drunken club setting might have affected you mentally in a way you won’t be able to reverse.
6) Tramp Aus DayDance
What: Here we go again! After Tramp’s last sellout day party they’re back! It’s Aus Day. Let’s do this! Featuring: Kalus (2 Hour Day Set), Travlos, Eliza Brayshaw, Aminos Kh, Combo, Eric Sidey, Cooper Gibbs, DSTRGHT, Shake n Bake, NOAHZ, Mitch Lockhart, NEMO, Cory Norie, Gossy, Conor Shugg, Ed Beaney and Cody Hollis.
Why: Take pride in the land you call your home by puking all over it.
5) Cloud Nine: Australia Day Eve
What: One of the biggest events of the year, on one of the biggest days of the year…Australia Day Eve at Cloud Nine! Featuring Orkestrated, Madeleine, Duane Bartolo, Eric Sidey and many more! As a special treat, they’re opening up a little early for a twilight session on the roof top.
Why: You have to get drunk to prepare yourself for a whole day of getting drunk.
4) Australia Day Rooftop Party feat. Hellraiser
What: Hold your ankles and cough; the God of hellfire returns to deface the alter and deliver a thoroughly rotten sermon for the great age of despair. This Australia Day in the year of our lord 2021, Melbourne’s greatest begotten son, DJ Hellraiser, will exorcise his personal demons with an exclusive eight-hour, open to close performance that will bolt together the highest crimes and misdemeanours of his storied career. This exclusive performance promises a sublime journey of sight and sound and a romp through the history and evolution of trance, acid, techno and the full colours of the harder styles.
Why: Let the inevitable threats of violent nonconsensual anal penetration this Australia Day be figurative ones.
3) Australia Day Night
What: Kick on the Australia Day celebrations at Billboard with Melbourne’s most favourite DJ’s! Featuring: Joel Fletcher, Orkestrated, Short Round, Eliza Brayshaw, Combo, Madeleine, Andrej and Gossy!
Why: It’s not alcoholism if it’s patriotism.
2) Together Again at the Palais Theatre: London Topaz
What: Fans have a once in a lifetime opportunity to enjoy performances by some of Melbourne’s favourite artists, whilst seated on the Palais’s iconic venue’s stage. This series will celebrate the return of live with a star-studded line-up of local talent. This iteration will feature London Topaz. Curating a profound, raw and emotive force, Melbourne’s London Topaz serves electronic enthusiasts a signature, ethereal sound.
Why: Be peddled a gemstone without getting upsold on an MLM.
1) Cash Savage and The Last Drinks: Live
What: After cancelling 4 international tours, countless Australian shows and spending the last 9 months crying into their beers, Cash Savage and The Last Drinks are more than ready to get back on stage. In an era when the world is falling apart with such a deafening roar, Cash Savage’s voice rings loud over the cacophony. Songs of politics, grief, songs of rage – this is weighty music that has been written to cut through the noise. Savage’s band The Last Drinks are a powerhouse of fierce and brooding energy, every bit as committed to her songs and message. Every performance by this band is as epic as it is honest, raw and human.
Why: Exorcise a year of tension with someone screaming, “Oh, you’re offended?!” at you.