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Warehouse3000 Saturday's presents Labour Day Weekend Special

Ok so you didn't make it to Pitch this year? We know everyone is going and it’s going to be amazing so it must really really hurt but don't bitch there’s still some pretty cool parties happening in Melbourne this weekend!!!

Our tip of the week? Well Papa Sven at xe54 Kinetic Sonora of course!!!

And we have just the recipe to get you ready for that!!!

Come and check out our first in a series of up and comer’s parties as we offer you some finely hand- selected jocks who are ready to rumble the Melbourne party scene!!! Joined by a few of our so hot right now W3K residents and well have you primed for Sven on Sunday night don't you worry about that!!!

Doors open 10pm til 10am.

To get on the early bird discount list register here for $15 entry plus 1 free drink for you plus 1 friend click here: http://bit.ly/2tcTnlG

Warehouse3000 Saturdays
Moser Room Chasers
Level 2/386 Chapel Street, South Yarra
Doors open 10pm til 10am.

With a star-studded cast of weekly guests and resident local house and techno talent plus regular international guests, your Saturday nights /Sunday morning's on Chapel Street will be re-imagined. You will love our carefully programmed 12 hour plus journey of your fav party sounds across the electronic sound spectrum including deep, soulful, afro, disco, tech-house, minimal, techno and progressive.

10:30-00:00 Klinké
12:00-1:30 Igor Trips
1:30-3:00 Tom Williamson
3:00-4:30 Dezlez
4:30-6:00 Dj Tomas
6:00-7:30 Kiri
7:30-close Brad Every

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1895113420534051/

More Info: https://ozclubbers.com.au/calendar/event/12086-warehouse3000-saturdays-presents-labour-day-weekend-special/

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