There’s a street rave going down in Port Melbourne this weekend

There’s a street rave going down in Port Melbourne this weekend

Street Rave Novel

Novel are hosting a street rave in Port Melbourne this Saturday January 29 with Roza Terenzi, Tornado Wallace and more.

A highly-acclaimed Australian DJ, Terenzi headlines the event after the success of her debut album Modern Bliss, which garnered multiple award nominations and best-of list recognitions.

A fellow Melburnian, Wallace now spends most of his time in Berlin, where he’s played the likes of Berghain and Renate among other heavyweight venues.

What you need to know

  • smalltown Street Rave with Roza Terenzi, Tornado Wallace
  • Sat 29 January, 3PM – 11PM
  • Graham St, Port Melbourne (Between Lorimer St & Turner St)

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It’s a homecoming-of-sorts for both acts, who will be joined by fellow local favs Millu, Pjenné, Marli – who’ll be supporting the likes of Stephan Bodzin and Gerd Janson at the ex-Holden Factory in March – and Willem, who won over some serious fans with his set at Let Them Eat Cake.

The open-air venue will be Port Melbourne’s inconspicuous Graham Street, between Lorimer and Turner streets – an “urban playground on the cusp of the CBD” that’s set to be transformed by a John Fish visual feast and a Funktion-One Soundsystem.

Tickets are on sale now, and there’s also the option of a shuttle bus to-and-from the CBD, as is becoming the norm with Novel events. Grab tickets here.