Bassment 188 ft Sam Alfred + Claps
Bassment 188 ft Sam Alfred + Claps
188 Naarm

Bassment 188 ft Sam Alfred + Claps

Sam Alfred, Claps, House Mum, DJ Belle, Mina, Dima, Cobi
Gasometer Bandroom (Collingwood, VIC)
Saturday, 3 September 2022 8:00 pm
26 days away
18 Plus
Jazz
House
Dance
Electronic

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Bassment 188 ft Sam Alfred + Claps at Gasometer Bandroom (Collingwood, VIC) on Saturday, 3 September 2022
Reminiscent of the Telstra Dome, the Gaso is an icon of the Naarm music scene. 188 is on its way back to our beloved backyard, headlined by that 90's (actually born in 2000) baby guy, Sam Alfred and live acid jazz + dnb band, Claps. You heard that right, our first live performance, and where else to entertain the idea than our spiritual home. Joining in on the fun is some of Naarm’s finest and gratifying local selectors. You’d be wise not to miss it.

Tickets starting from $15.

PROGRAMME [A-Z]
CLAPS (LIVE)
COBI
DJ BELLE
DIMA
HOUSE MUM
MINA
SAM ALFRED

Those who are indigenous or Torres Strait Islander can get in touch with us at 188naarm@gmail.com to access an allocation of complimentary tickets. Furthermore, we encourage all those to visit the link in our instagram bio to see our initial commitments to Aboriginal sovereignty
188 Naarm has a zero tolerance policy for any anti-social behaviour. Please get in contact with event promoters or security at the event if you or anyone else is experiencing discriminatory or inappropriate behaviour. Alternatively, feel free to message the 188 Naarm instagram if you'd like to report any anti-social behaviour

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We would like to acknowledge the original custodians of the land where the event will take place, the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation, and pay our respects to their elders past, present and future. Sovereignty was never ceded