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Instinct: Counter Culture

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October 13, 2012
2:00 am

You’re invited to leave the world behind for a night and lose yourself in the music.

Counter Culture is the latest offering from the team at Instinct Events and is all about capturing the ethos, aspirations and dreams of a specific community – a social manifestation of zeitgeist.

The party features an all-local line-up including Chris Meehan, Herc Kass and Jayson Holden, Mish’Chief, Simon Murphy, and Andre Le Vogue. Plus, digital artist and fellow music explorer Blu MD will be working his magic with the visuals.

Décor and dress to the call of counter culture. There will be plenty of comfy seating and lounges, a beautiful outdoor area, and of course plenty of space to dance.

WHEN: Saturday 13 October, 11pm – 6am
WHERE: 374 St Kilda Road (cnr Martin Street), St Kilda
WEB: Facebook group


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