Posted by The Events Editorial Team
10. Jul, 2012
|July 13, 2012|
The launch of Melbourne’s newest LGBT night Wild Ness is happening in a big way.
Internationals Le Youth and DJ Windom Earle as well as local acts will be playing everything from nu-disco, pop, hip-hop and indie electro. Described as a party for girls who like girls who like boys who like boys who like girls and everything in between, there is definitely something for everyone at Wild Ness.
WHEN: Friday 13 July, 10pm
WHERE: 456 Queen Street, Melbourne (opposite Queen Victoria Market)
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