Australia to score huge Boiler Room with international headliner

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Australia to score huge Boiler Room with international headliner

Australia has had an on-off relationship with Boiler Room over the years but is about to play host to a rather large instalment at the end of the month with a high-energy headliner.

Past Boiler Room volumes downunder have hosted everyone from Baba Stilz to that floor shaking Honey Dijon set at Sugar Mountain in 2018. They weren’t the only ones either with equally massive lifts from Gerd Janson as well as local heroes Simon Caldwell,  Chet Faker, Ta-Ku and Cut Copy to name just a few.

That’s why news of another episode later this month has piqued our interest. more so knowing DJ Boring will be at the helm dropping his colossal collection of dance gems.  In terms of local support, things are looking juicy with Caitlin Medcalf, Cassettes for Kids, James Pepper, Lucy B, Luen and Waxlily bringing their A-game.

It all goes down at the revamped Ivy in Sydney/Gadigal CBD that is meant to be boasting a full club overhaul that includes a huge sound system, lighting rig and smoke machines for days. It’ll be part of the newly minted ‘Lost Sundays’ – a collab by festival heavers Lost Paradise and their club arm Paradise Club Nights.

This dedicated Sunday to dance and electronic music is another big coup for Sydney/Gadigal rejuvenation as the city bounces back from a year-plus off. It joins the recently established YCK Laneways precinct, a multi-level bar and restaurant venue near Wynyard and grand plans for George Street to go car-free.

So yep, a Boiler Room featuring DJ Boring and local cast come May 30th from 2 pm – 10 pm, and then clubbing goodness every Sunday thereafter! Check out the full lineup and tickets below.

Boiler Room Australia Lineup

DJ Boring
Caitlin Medcalf
Cassettes for Kids
James Pepper
Lucy B

Tickets (here)

Early Bird: $20
Online Pre Sale: $25
Door: $30

Broadcasting worldwide via Boiler Room, 16:30 – 21:00 AEST.


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