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Revolution Revolution - the Outgames Closing Party

Online sales plus door sales (subject to availability)

17-19 Blair St (just off Courtenay Place), Wellington
Saturday 19 March, 10pm - 6am
$35.00 for Outgames participants and supporters, $45.00 general admission

Our closing night party, Revolution, takes place at Estadio, a huge 3-level venue in Blair Street, just a stone?s throw from the entertainment strip of Courtenay Place. Revolution will be the bigget party of them all!

Online sales require a Snapper card (provided to Outgames registrants or supporters) or separate purchase for each party ticket. Enter the Promo Code OUT2011 for $10 saving.
Tickets to Revolution are also available at the door (subject to availability)

The DJs are coming from Melbourne, Sydney, Auckland and Wellington. Here are the first 3 announced:

Miss Eleni

Miss Eleni is a Melbourne-based DJ whose signature style of upfront and cutting edge club sounds, mixed with vocal and soulful house grooves, has made her a fixture on the Australian dance music scene.

She has headlined alongside international guests including: DJ Spen, Eric Wikman (Deepswing), Parrish Wintersmith (Groove Junkies), Paul Goodyear, Katherine Ellis, Paul Heron and Inaya Day to name but a few. In January 2010 she performed alongside Frankie Knuckles at his exclusive Australian appearance and was also invited to play at his birthday party along with The Shapeshifters.

Miss Eleni's tribal and progressive sets have seen her feature at the notorious Beyond Black and WoofClub parties. She has gone on to play at other underground events including EASY, Tasty (ReLoaded), Dog Pound (Melb & Syd), Faction (Syd) and Dirty (Syd).

Miss Eleni's ability to engage with diverse audiences has seen her feature at Taboo in Singapore and the Official World Outgames Opening Party in Copenhagen, Denmark where she played to a crowd of 5000.

Mark Alsop

Mark Alsop arose from the underground clubs of Oxford Street with an inventive music style and a creativity that helped shape Australia?s dance party culture. His notoriety flourished with his involvement in the infamous Sydney warehouse parties including R.A.T, Paradise Garage and Sweatbox, which led him on a vast and colourful journey.

Mark has remained at the forefront, reflected with his many residencies and headline appearances all over Australia and globally including Toybox, Sleaze Ball, Chunky and Nation (SNG) to name a few.

His longevity within the industry is most certainly due to his ability to impress with his style, diversity and adaptability. He personally reworks his music, which gives him a creative edge that is not only innovative but also serves to embrace a wider diversity of audiences. His range varies from Commercial styled Anthems to the pulsating rhythms of the Underground House scene. Mark Alsop continues to push the boundaries with his music style and remains at the cutting edge of today?s ever-changing club culture.

DJ Marty

Marty started rocking dance floors in 2002. His style is fun, bouncy and energetic, including funky, vocal house, down & dirty beats with light electro, through to vocal, uplifting and driving trance. His preferred set includes a mix of soaring vocals combined with chunky, pumping, driving bass lines. So don't expect to be drinking on the sidelines during these performances!

Marty has played at numerous top gay NZ & Australian dance parties over the years including: Sydney Mardi Gras, Hero, Shine (Syd), Salvation (Auck), and Gay Ski Week (2010, Qtown).

As well as some great local mainstream events like: Chemistry,Big Club Night Out, Ministry of Sound Trance Nation,Housexy, and Euphoria (2010).

He has also played alongside numerous world-class Internationals including: Above & Beyond (UK), Lange (UK), Agnelli & Nelson (UK), Claudia Cazacu (UK), Audrey Gallagher (UK), Gareth Emery (GTR) (UK),Wayne G (UK), Paul Heron (UK), Alan Thompson (UK), Jamie Head (UK), Tydi (AUS), Alex Taylor (AUS), Graham Cordery (AUS),Miss Eleni (AUS), Paul Goodyear (AUS),and Mobin Master (AUS).

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