Feat. Todd Terje
Doors open 3pm
Our summer series continues to create magic. November 18th we welcome the Scandinavian space disco don – TODD TERJE (NOR), followed by a night of off-kilter, jacking bass madness courtesy of ADAM PITS & LISENE AKA SPACE CADETS (UK) and MANAMI (UK).
In case you missed it, Summer Dance is back with a brand new format. Taking you from day-to-night, it’s an Entertainment Quarter Takeover. Summer Dance will transform Liberty Hall’s Courts into a sun-soaked dance oasis.
As sun sets into nightfall SUMMER DANCE AFTER DARK will keep the body heat stoked up within a purpose built club spectacle inside Liberty Hall.
Taking over The Courts for a befitting headline slot – “The king of the summer jams”,Todd Terje returns for an exclusive DJ set armed with his eclectic arsenal of groove-led stormers. Widely recognised for rich and colourful productions, Terje knows how to create an affecting house anthem. Alongside contemporaries Prins Thomas and Lindström, Terje would influence the sound of a generation with his infectious disco-soaked touch. Hits such as Inspector Norse, Snooze 4 Love and Johnny and Maryare sonic extravagance, impossible to ignore within clubs and festivals in every pocket of the planet. Equally, his endless list of infectious edits and remixes are ubiquitous. A dynamic and resourceful DJ who knows exactly how to stir the soul – take a ride through funky jazz noodlings, Italo epics and humid piano house stormers by a modern day giant of dance music.
Sydney / Eora’s own purveyor of all things “disco delicious” Andy Webb and the ever-sharp and venturesome stylings of Reenie will join the helm, guaranteeing a body rocking ride the whole way through.
This event is 18+. Do not attend if you are feeling unwell. Photo ID is essential, acceptable ID is a current and valid Australian Photo Drivers Licence, State Approved ‘Proof of Age’ card or Passport.
We acknowledge that this event is held on the stolen lands of the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to Elders, past, present and emerging. Sovereignty was never ceded.