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Duke Street Block Party
February 2, 2019

Where: Duke Street, Abbotsford

Crown RulerUntitled Group + Moon Dog Craft Brewery have been banging heads to bring you a 10 hour, all-rounder, high powa block party this February on Abbotsford’s Duke Street.

FULL LINE-UP:

Evelyn Champagne King (US) + Mondo Freaks

Floating Points (UK / DJ Set)

John Gómez (UK)

Total Giovanni (DJ Set)

Big Words

Nasty Mars & The Martians

Brooke Powers

Donald’s House

Cassettes For Kids

Interstellar Fugitives

Jess Zammit

Anuraag

Makeda

Soft Approach

Rhapsodise

The Justice Sisters

Wax Nomads

+ More TBA

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Amongst live acts & DJs from every corner of the soundsphere and a bottomless selection of the neighbourhood’s finest food & bev, we invite you & your pals to follow your noses, ears & internal bass sensors through our brick & asphalt paradise.

With a clink-clink to soulful melodies, our main stage features the debut Antipodean performance of synth-funk queen Evelyn Champagne King backed by Melbourne’s Mondo Freaks, a hearty serving of disco donuts from Floating Points, [Ladi6 sub TBC], local love from Big Words, Nasty Mars & The Martians, and a DJ set from Total Giovanni. On the club tip — Melbourne’s notorious ‘Club Coco’ is switching the club room for the sidewalk to hold it’s own stage. They’ll welcome back London’s John Gomez, alongside Donalds House, Jess Zammit, Rhapsodise & Wax Nomads while the pink-light ravers Brooke Powers, Interstellar Fugitives, Soft Approach, Anuraag, Makeda & The Justice Sisters keep it thumping in Club No. 9. Under Moon Dog Hall’s roof, resonations from Plug Seven’s homemade Hi-Fi rig are set to ring out the sounds of local selectors, plus a club cut set from Cassettes For Kids.

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PRE-SALE REGISTRATIONS CLOSE > Thursday 20th December at 3pm AEDT
PRE-SALE ON SALE > Thursday 20th December at 5pm AEDT
GENERAL PUBLIC ON SALE > Friday 21st December at 12pm AEDT

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We acknowledge that this event takes place on stolen land, owned by the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nation, where sovereignty was never ceded. We pay our respects to their elders past, present & emerging, and invite all First Nations people in our community who wish to attend to PM us for ticket arrangements.

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Strictly 18+

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