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NYC's Massive Mister Sunday Dance Party Is Coming to Sydney

It's just the second time in a decade the party has left New York.
By Marissa Ciampi
February 01, 2018
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NYC's Massive Mister Sunday Dance Party Is Coming to Sydney

It's just the second time in a decade the party has left New York.
By Marissa Ciampi
February 01, 2018
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Sydneysiders, your love of day parties is about to get massively rewarded. Eamon Harkin and Justin Carter, the DJ duo behind New York's Mister Saturday Night parties and record label, are bringing their famed daytime dance party to our city. Mister Sunday is all about good vibes, cool people and, most importantly, solid tunes.

It will all go down starting at 1pm on Sunday, February 25, when they'll set up a four-point sound system at a secret outdoor location in the inner city. This is only the second time the party has left New York City in ten years — with the last time being London back in 2015 — so we can count ourselves very, very lucky. It's hard not to wonder if the Aussie party animal reputation, and our appreciation of great music, has something to do with it.

They'll be rocking the day just like they do back in Brooklyn, with a little help from local partners Astral People and beloved winemakers Cake Wines, along with eats by Eat Art Truck — so you can expect the bar to be well stocked and the food to be top-notch. Apart from the dance floor, where Eamon and Justin will run the DJ booth, there will be plenty of space to relax with drink in hand.

Tickets are on sale now and go for $45 a pop. Before you rock up, make sure you go through the twelve house rules — which include no cameras, phones or smoking on the dance floor and no song requests/distracting the DJs at work. Basically, they're in place to make sure everyone has a good time, respects one another and is really there to dance, not just to Instagram other people dancing.

Published on February 01, 2018 by Marissa Ciampi

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