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.