The line-up for Australia’s next Boiler Room party is in
Everyone’s favourite party Boiler Room returns to Melbourne next month, for what organisers are calling their “biggest” bash yet on Australian soil.
We already knew that
bearded crooner Chet Faker is set to headline the event, but his duties don’t end there – Chet was also tasked with curating the rest of the Boiler Room line-up and today, he’s revealed the names who’ll be on support duties come November 10.
BRTV promised to deliver a cast of “the most ground-breaking artists Melbourne has to offer alongside some very special international imports” and sure enough, they’ve delivered – Devotion mastermind Roland Tings, London’s Marcus Marr and MCDE recruit Harvey Sutherland are all locked in to play alongside Chet Faker at the event’s secret warehouse location.
And there’s one big difference with this edition of Boiler Room: usually it’s an invite-only affair, but this time around anyone can win tickets by adding their own contribution to event partner Ray Ban’s quirky “Campaign4Change” game – find out more about how to do that over here. Or, as ever, you can catch all the action via the livestream.