Posted by Kristian Hatton
06. Oct, 2012
|October 12, 2012|
Andrew McClelland and DJ Ian Bell will amuse you this Friday with DJing tales from hell, and get your buns twitching.
I’ve got many stories from my DJing days, like drunken chicks requesting tunes whilst spilling beer all over my gear, but I don’t find these tales or experiences amusing.
These guys, on the other hand, engage in the humourous side of what it’s like to be the sober guy on the other side of the decks, playing weddings, hanging out with the rich and famous, and watching other lucky punters pick up while you’re playing some horrible crap you secretly hate.
Tickets are $20/18.
WHEN: Thursday to Saturday, 11 to 13 October, 10pm
WHERE: Trades Hall, 54 Victoria Street, Carlton
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