Boiler Room is making its triumphant return to Naarm, and you won’t want to miss this party!
After last year’s lightning-fast sellout, the dance pioneers are back with another killer lineup that’s set to take over PICA (Port Melbourne Industrial Centre For The Arts) on October 28.
Brace yourselves for a wild warehouse party ride with DJs like Bakey B2B Breaka, CaucasianOpportunities, Marlon Hoffstadt (a.k.a. DJ Daddy Trance), Miley Series, SOVBLKPUSSY, Surusinghe, and the one and only SWIM.
Adding some jet-setting flair, this Melbourne bash is part of the globetrotting Boiler Room World Tour series, launched earlier this year. The series promises to bring a whirlwind of beats and vibes to essential electronic music hubs worldwide – it’s like your musical passport on steroids!
Picture this: Bakey and Breaka unleashing their genre-blending B2B set for the first time in Australia – expect bass to collide with Jungle, Techno, and everything in between. Marlon Hoffstadt, aka DJ Daddy Trance, is jetting in from Berlin to rock the decks with his iconic mixes.
Get ready for Parisian-New Yorker crossover vibes from the electrifying Miley Serious. She’ll fuse electronica and punk like nobody’s business. Our local sensation Surusinghe is back from the UK to light up the floor with her electronica-Sri Lankan fusion.
And don’t forget the hometown heroes! CaucasianOpportunities will blend jungle and techno for your dancing pleasure. Fresh off international gigs, SWIM is diving into the stage with an explosive live show. Multi-talented SOVBLKPSSY will create an unforgettable mix of sounds and textures.
Remember, last year’s Boiler Room launch in Melbourne was a game-changer, and 2023 is promising nothing less. The iconic warehouse space will be buzzing from afternoon till late, serving up beats, grooves, and pure boogie madness.
From its roots in UK pirate radio in 2010, Boiler Room has become a global sensation, hosting over 4,000 events with 5,000 artists across 150 cities. It’s where musical memories are made, and the iconic moments keep rolling in. Remember Carl Cox, Sama’ Abdulhadi, Kaytranada, Fred Again.., and Honey Dijon’s epic Sugar Mountain set? They’re just the tip of the musical iceberg.
Tickets go on sale August 8th at 10am AEST here. But hey, don’t snooze on this – or you might just lose out on the party of the year!