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Warehouse3000 Saturdays this week 24/02

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Warehouse3000 Saturdays this week 24/02

After wowing the Moser Room Chasers until a touch before 11am for our White Night Special, we return this week to do it all again with our much loved residents and a very special guest....

Ivan Di Gennaro (Naples/Melbourne)

This week we see the return of one of the original W3K resident's
and ambassador of Neapolitan flavoured techno, Ivan Di Gennaro. Having grown up in the infamous Naples techno scene, home of legends such as Marco Carola and Joseph Capriati, this guy has lived and breathed a life of techno and embodies the spirit of in it in his DJ sets. Now based in Melbourne for a little over 2 years he has carved out a name and following in the local scene unrivalled by many.

plus W3K Residents:

Moser Room Chasers

Francesco Castelli
Ophelie Mercury
Max Cometti (Going Away Party Set)
Journey Man
Tom Williamson

The Mezzanine (Disco/soulful house)

Dahn da Mahn

Set times:


Klinké 10:00-11:30
Tom Williamson 11:30-12:30
Max Cometti 12:30-2:00
Gabri L 2:00-3:30
Ophélie Mercury. 3:30-5:00
Ivan di Gennaro 5:00-7:30
Francesco Castelli 7:30-close


Caspian 03:00-04:30
Swella 04:30-06:00
Dahn the Mahn 06:00-07:30
JMCEE 07:30-09:00

Doors open 10pm til 10am
$20 entry on guest-list includes 1 free drink.
PM us for Guest List Love

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.

Warehouse3000 Saturdays
Moser Room Chasers
386 Chapel Street, South Yarra
Doors Open 10pm-10am

To become a Host, Promoter, Dj or dancer please PM Warehouse3000.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/208183643095353/

More Info: https://ozclubbers.com.au/calendar/event/12088-warehouse3000-saturdays-this-week-2402/

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