Pjenné & Friends: auratekh [UK], D-Grade, KiTA [Live], Nerve [Live], Pjenné, Sybil [UK], Tadhg
Pjenné & Friends: auratekh [UK], D-Grade, KiTA [Live], Nerve [Live], Pjenné, Sybil [UK], Tadhg

Pjenné & Friends: auratekh [UK], D-Grade, KiTA [Live], Nerve [Live], Pjenné, Sybil [UK], Tadhg

Gasometer Downstairs (Collingwood, VIC)
Saturday, 2 March 2024 3:00 pm
1 day away
18 Plus
Techno
Drum & Bass

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Pjenné & Friends: Auratekh [UK], D-Grade, KiTA [Live], Nerve [Live], Pjenné, Sybil [UK], Tadhg

 

This one-off party has turned to once-more. Pjenné (Passing Notes, PBS106.7) returns to The Gaso for another day and night spent with friends new and old, from near and far. This time, joined by a group of artists extending the frontiers of electronic music, arts and events, each in their own distinct way. As day turns to night we’ll journey through the heart of sound, slowly spiralling and delving deeper into the world of experimental techno, trance and drum & bass. Not to be missed live performances from KiTA & Nerve, alongside celestial selectors Auratekh, D-Grade, Pjenné, Sybil and Tadhg.

 

Auratekh [UK]: @auratekh

D-Grade [Eora]: @dgradeknockoff

KiTA [Live] @kitakitzler

Nerve [Live]: @j.a_wells

Pjenné: @pjenneee

Sybil [UK]: @sybil_dj

Tadhg: @tygue

 

Open roof, open minds at The Gasometer, 3pm - 3am - 2nd March 2024. Tickets on sale now via Oztix, link in bio! Free entry for First Nations folk -> contact Penny via email: hello@passingnotes.radio.

 

Artwork: @dreamsoftwarecorp

 

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Pjenné and friends acknowledge that this event is taking place on the stolen lands of the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung peoples. We recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the Traditional Custodians of Country and pay our deepest respects to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, cultures and lonstanging contribution to the arts and music.

 

Accessibility

~All areas of the ground floor of The Gasometer are wheelchair accessible.

~Lighting (no strobes) and smoke machines will be in use.

~All available toilets are gender neutral.

~Free entry is available for Companion Card holders.

~The Gasometer have a detailed accessibility plan available on their website: https://www.thegasometerhotel.com.au/accessibility

 

If you have any queries about accessibility or have specific accessibility requirements please contact Penny via email: hello@passingnotes.radio.