Top 10 Sydney Revelry On this week 03/03/2019

Come meet the Glycerine Queen. Oh. You’re on a cleanse? Well, we’ll let you know when they write a song about the Kombucha Countess.


10) Go Study Rooftop Party

6th March

What: Imagine a party with great food and drinks, on a Rooftop near the Opera House…and affordable! Yeah, this is happening! Don’t miss it!

Why: Just make sure when you imagine it you don’t go past the point in the dream when it turns into a nightmare and you have to have a large section of your ear removed due to a cancerous melanoma.


9) Disco Dreams Launch Party

9th March

What: Taking over the old Kit & Kaboodle, Boogie Mountain is reviving the Cross with a Saturday night launch party, providing you with great booze, tunes, vibes & people.

Why: It’s launch of a new disco club! A sentence we’d never thought we’d’ve had to construct in 2019.


8) Dopamine pres. Kormak

8th March

What: Dopamine Events is proud to be bringing Defected in the House’s latest signing, KORMAK to El Topo Basement. His latest track, ‘Love On The Line’ has had love shown to it by some of the biggest in the industry, including the likes of Patrick Topping and Sam Divine.

Why: Kormak is like Dopamine. Except for the ‘regulating body parts’ bit. Have you ever tried to dance to techno? There’s a reason everyone in the eighties was on cocaine.


7) Goodbar pres. Sven Väth

7th March

What: Welcome the godfather of techno himself, SVEN VÄTH for a very special intimate set in the Goodbar basement!

Why: Lives in Germany most of the time, is far too old for the clubs he frequents and has lifted his entire persona from the eighties. Yeah. Pretty standard godfather.


6) Morning Glory

3rd March

What: Dance the morning away with your nearest and dearest looking over the picturesque Darling Harbour as the sun rises on what is set to be a beautiful post MG Sunday.

Why: Because if there’s one thing everyone loves about a night of wonderful debauchery it’s looking at it in the following daylight.


5) Blueprint Featuring: Michael Mayer

9th March

What: Presenting Kompakt boss and Germanys Techno legend Michael Mayer! Mayer is one of the most in demand Techno acts on the globe; he plays the perfect balance of various Techno to take the crowd on a journey building the floor into a frenzy.

Why: Frenzied dancing is all about balance.


4) La Leche Mardi Gras Main Event Closing Party

3rd March

What: The world famous event La Leche will close off your Mardi Gras in true style. The party that has become the one to set the standard and raise the bar each year with the finest DJs, state of the art lighting, visuals with hand picked performers from around the globe.

Why: Nothing screams killer event like ‘milk’. Especially since the majority of the party-going population consider themselves incapable of digesting it.


3) Red Hot Summer Tour Kariong 2019 feat. Moving Pictures, Chocolate Starfish, Jon Stevens, The Screaming Jets, Baby Animals, The Angels and Suzi Quatro

9th March

What: Series Two of this coveted touring festival will see the return of the Queen of Rock Suzi Quatro, with special guests The Angels, Baby Animals, The Screaming Jets, Jon Stevens, Moving Pictures and Chocolate Starfish.

Why: Hey kid, wanna see a dead body? How bout a whole graveyard full?


2) Download Festival 

9th March

What: Australia’s monster metal music festival featuring the likes of Ozzy Osbourne, two of the Big Four, with Slayer (on their final world tour) and Anthrax, Judas Priest, Alice in Chains, Ghost and loads more.

Why: It seems all the music legends are returning from the dead. But it’s not so jarring when they already spent their heyday simulating corpses. Just try to ignore the smell of real rotting flesh.


1) Days Like This Festival 

9th March

What: This boutique one day festival will showcase a carefully curated selection of the world’s best in house, techno and electronica in the heart of Sydney’s cultural hub of the Inner West.

Why: You know, on days like this, when we have to pitch a techno festival, we just think what’s really so bad about being deaf?

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