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Park Street Party

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October 20, 2012
4:00 am

The Vic Bar proudly presents the second annual Park Street party, featuring a free international DJ line-up and street art spectacular.

Making a guest appearance to rock the party is Major Taylor – M.I.A’s tour DJ from Philadephia and turntable gun – and Dirty South Joe – another Philly body who plays for top dawg label Mad Decent (which features fat cats like Major Lazor and Crookers) – as well as many of your favourite Melbourne locals like Spinfx, A13 and Mu-Gen.

During the day, Melbourne’s usually unseen street artists (SimpleSime, Mayo, Dviate, Porno and more) will take to the outside of the Vic Bar on a huge 20 metre wall. This event is a community event representing an unseen local side to Melbourne not usually advertised, and is endorsed by Yarra City Council, Kiss FM and Acclaim Magazine (amongst other sponsors).

WHEN: Saturday, 20 October, 12pm-1am
WHERE:
The Vic Bar, 281 Victoria Street, Melbourne
WEB:
invurt.com/2011/10/14/event-live-art-park-street-party-melbourne/


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