Hayden James, DJ Boring, Lastlings and more announced for Virtual Day Party #2
After the huge success of UNTITLED GROUP‘s first Virtual Day Party, they are back for round two today and have another absolutely stacked bill locked in.
HAYDEN JAMES, DJ BORING, LASTLINGS, MADE IN PARIS, CASSETTES FOR KIDS and ADULT ART CLUB will all take to the virtual stage this coming Saturday, May 30th from 1:00PM. The first Virtual Day Party saw over half a million households tune into catch sets from the likes of Dom Dolla, Willaris. K, Torren Foot and more, so Untitled Group are expecting to see even more this second time around.
Always going that one step further, Virtual Day Party #2 will see sets being broadcasted from notable Australian landmarks including Old Melbourne Gaol (where Ned Kelly met his demise), abandoned artillery Henry Head Battery (at which Hayden James will close out the event with a sunset set on the edge of a cliff and featuring sprawling ocean views) and the monumental 8400sqm Avalon Airport Hangar which has been confirmed to be decked out with Untitled Group‘s signature lights and production.
If viewers are able to do so, they can donate to Untitled Group during the stream with proceeds going back to support the team behind this and many other much loved events in the Australian live music calendar. You can support during the stream, or contribute right here.
Kicking off from 1:00PM-7:15PM, the stream will be live on Untitled‘s Facebook page. They’re also doing another giveaway, so you can sign up here to go into the draw to win a Season Pass to all Untitled events for 1 year + a Virtual Meet & Greet with an artist on the lineup, a $1,000 Lee Jeans Wardrobe, a Jimmy Brings Alcohol Delivery voucher, a Grill’d voucher, JBL speakers and headphones and a limited edition merch package.
Words by Emma Jones
Images supplied by Untitled
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