Small Novel Town Street Rave Returns to Melbourne in October
Roza Terenzi and Tornado Wallace will headline the event.
Gearing up to be their biggest show of 2021 Novel, known for high-quality productions like B3 at Marvel Stadium, Let Them Eat Cake at Werribee Mansion and Pitch Music & Arts Festival, is bringing its small town Street Rave to Port Melbourne in October. .
Novel’s ‘Little Town’ is a cult series that has popped up in Melbourne’s underground car parks, St. Kilda Foreshore and Thornbury warehouses over time and is renowned for attracting top international dance artists. , including DJ KOZE, Nina Kraviz and Stephen. Bodzin.
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Coming down on Saturday October 30, the party or “street rave”, as it has been announced, will bring Roza Terenzi and Tornado Wallace, two Australian luminaries, to the urban playground of their latest rave venue in a comeback show which will reverberate in our memories forever.
Tornado Wallace is a local hero, a virtuoso of eclectic goodness whose sound resonates around the world. In 2019, his closing set at Hopkins Creek fell into local musical folklore. Little did we know that would be the last time he would play in his hometown for almost two years.
As for Roza Terenzi, since leaving Melbourne (via Perth) to head to Europe, she’s released one of the most impressive extended players of the last year on Planet Euphoric, and completed an AR mix that threatened the space-time continuum.
Alongside the headliners, the event will also welcome Millú and Pjenné to smalltown, two highly respected local artists in high demand across the Melbourne landscape – if you’ve seen them you’ll know that every DJ set they play is exceptional. experience worthy of your attention.
Rounding out the lineup, Willem and Marli are two of the most promising emerging talents, two singular artists with a lot to offer who will also rise to the occasion this spring and help Melburnians and ravers in general finally let their hair down.
John Fish will cook up a visual feast, a subversion of the concrete jungle into an entertaining extravaganza alongside Full Throttle Entertainment’s finest Funktion-One sound system. As always with this crew, no expense will be spared.
As part of its comeback, Novel also announced a discount on COVID vaccination. They will be offering a 15% discount on all Novel events to anyone fully vaccinated against COVID-19 until further notice. This offer will apply to all events announced from now on. To claim your discount, simply email firstname.lastname@example.org with proof of your COVID vaccination certificate.
While we’re all craving ‘normality’ again thanks to Melbourne’s lockdowns, there couldn’t be a better time for Novel to present itself as the light at the end of the tunnel with this event.
Smalltown Street Rave descends on Port Melbourne on Saturday, October 30. You can register for the presale here.