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OneTwo presents: The Sunday Section - Pop Up Party at Section 8!

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OneTwo presents: The Sunday Section - Pop Up Party at Section 8!

ONETWO in association with Section 8 are proud to present our next pop up party: The Sunday Section ft. headline dj's Rui, Mrs Wallace, Hijack & Tee Dubya with the day to be hosted by Shades.

A Sunday Sesh like no other will be held at one of Melbourne's most iconic venues Section 8. We will be kicking off the good vibes with dj's on from 4pm all the way through til 11pm.

Expect the best rap/hip-hop/party tunes to be playing throughout the entire event.

There will be ONETWO fam & friends hanging out around the venue throughout the event. This will be a great chance to catch up, network and have just have a general good time with with industry artists, management & fans at the one location.

WHEN: SUNDAY MARCH 25th, 4pm-11pm
WHERE: 27-29 Tattersalls Lane, Melbourne CBD, 3000
ENTRY: FREE! Please roll in early to avoid disappointment

For more information: info@onetwohq.com


Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/219158471968460/

More Info: https://ozclubbers.com.au/calendar/event/12082-onetwo-presents-the-sunday-section-pop-up-party-at-section-8/

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