24 HOURS. 11 VENUES. 170 HOURS OF ENTERTAINMENT. FREE.
After what feels like an eternity of social distancing and sipping seated, we’re now able to stand up and drink (most importantly dance) at bars and live music venues across the state. To make up for lost time, Sydneysiders have just been granted the ultimate 24-Hour Party featuring 80 of the country’s best DJ and live acts performing across 11 of the city’s venues throughout Saturday 15 May and the early hours of Sunday 16 May.
Hospitality operator Solotel Group has joining forces with the cultural leaders of Sydney, including party crews Motorik, Heaps Gay, Picnic, Fruit Bowl, and FBi Radio, to breathe life back into the city’s music scene. The party is set across 17 stages with entertainment scheduled throughout the 24 hours across 11 venues from Newtown to Kings Cross and out to Parramatta. Kings Cross Hotel, The Marly, The Bank, Goros, The Golden Sheaf, The Albion Parramatta, Barangaroo House, The Erko, Public House Petersham, The Sackville Rozelle, and The Clock Surry Hills are all part of the party.
Here’s our 24-Hour Party artist line-up highlights:
- Hayley Mary
- DJ KLP
- Claire Morgan
- Dena Amy
- The Goods (DJ Set)
- Mickey Kojak (DJ Set)
- I Know Leopard
- Time Ayre (Live)
- The Regime
- Ben Fester
- Betty Grumble
If you can’t wait till May, check out our list of Sydney’s venue that have opened up their dance floors!
Elliot Solomon, CEO of Solotel Group says: “Following the NSW Government’s decision to extend the restrictions until Monday 17 May, we’ve decided to postpone the 24 Hour Party. We are in the business of creating incredible experiences for our guests so with no dancefloors, singing, or standing with drinks indoors, we can’t create the full 24 Hour Party experience. We are still committed to the 24 Hour Party and excited to announce a new date as soon as possible.”
Solotel encourages people to be the first to know 24 Hour Party updates by signing up at www.24hourparty.com.au