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This Saturday 17/02 Warehouse3000 White Night Special Event

W3K, Quality Projekt Breakfast Club, Faceless Touring, and DMU (The Beach Party) presents....

Warehouse3000 A White Sunrise - White Night Special Event & After-Party !!!

Come and see what all the fuss is about at Melbourne's newest weekly Saturday house and techno night!!!

To celebrate one of Melbourne's most special annual events , we embrace arms with some of Melbourne's biggest crews and our brothers in house and techno to offer you a very very special all-venue event.

Featuring an array of international guests and local stars across 3 rooms along with an extended journey of 15+ hours!!!!


Thomas Gandey (UK/Get Physical)
Jacob Husley (Fabric London)
Peter Pixzel (Fabric London)

Plus Huge local including:

Moser Room:

Francesco Castelli
Brad Every
Gabri L
Luca Tan
Ophelle Mercury
Journey Man

Mezzanine (Disco, Soulful house)

Mitchell Gee
Dan Rozario

Crystal Room (Minimal House)


Dress in white to receive a drink on entry on us!!!
Very limited 100 pre-sold tix available soon.

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-Midday!!!

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

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/158342424805045/

More Info: https://ozclubbers.com.au/calendar/event/12089-this-saturday-1702-warehouse3000-white-night-special-event/

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