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Yacht Club DJ's Hooroo National Tour


Fri 21 Nov 2014, 7:30pm–12:00am

Where: Barwon Club, 509 Moorabool Street, Geelong CBD, Victoria

Restrictions: 18+

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $18.40
  • Additional fees may apply


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Listed by: Secret Service PR

Earlier this year, everyone’s favourite cartoon-pop-party duo and mash-up maestros, Yacht Club DJ’s broke hearts and headphones around the nation by announcing they are calling it a day! And of course, there is no better way to celebrate their hard-earned dance-floor legacy than one final, thumping, national party. The Hooroo! Tour aptly kicks off on October 31st – seeing to it that Halloween 2014 marks a new anniversary as the Day of The Dance Floor before ending the victory-run back in the Victorian town that started it all.

The Ballarat locals are no strangers to a party. Since forming in 2008 they cut their vinyl at weekly residencies at Karova Lounge in their hometown, driving to the big smoke to turn up club nights across Melbourne and Sydney. After a notorious breakout performance at Meredith Music Festival – they returned to the weekender a further three times and insured there wasn’t anyone in the ‘sup left sitting down. The Yacht Club DJ’s spun their festival magic over four year’s at Splendour in The Grass. 2009/2010 summer saw the duo sell out two national tours - 'Kleptomania' and 'Batten Down the Hatches' as well as spin at Falls Festival and Field Day, head west for Southbound and back east for Groovin’ the Moo. Their partners-in-crime have been DZ Deathrays, Bleeding Knees Club, Remi, Dune Rats, Gold Fields, Step Panther, Hunting Grounds and plenty more laying waste to many a dressing room behind them. By 2013 their notoriety stretched much further than just Australian audiences, and they were personally asked to tour with Mumford & Sons' Gentleman Of The Road tour both nationally and in the US and Canada, playing along side such acts at Edward Sharp & The Magic Zeros, Haim and of course Mumford & Sons.

The Yacht Club DJs have been going from strength-to-strength over the past six years and most recently unleashed a double-whammy – not only did they drop their newest mixtape ‘Oddity No. 5’ they also released their first EP of original material ‘NO.1’ which included the summer anthem, the Madhatter-like sax romp ‘Undertow’. A finely tuned back-catalogue of crazy, they leave behind them no less than 'Kleptomania', 'Demons of Gymnastics', 'They Mostly Come at Night', 'Find Me A Macchiato Pronto’. They know no bounds of genre and are not pigeonholed into any type of music – instead journey an incredible highway of bouncing beats, snappy drums, and warped vocals a fearless repertoire spanning 60s blues, 90s pop, Disney soundtracks, death metal and everything in between, riddled with their tongue-in-cheek and genuinely cheeky sense of humor.

And of course, a Yacht Club DJs show would not be complete without on-stage nudity, crowd invasions, dancing on the decks and wild water sports, including riding the waves of the crowd on an inflatable boat. Don’t just take our word for it.
Buy the ticket, take the final ride.

"Sail away with the Yacht Club DJs, it’s not about the destination but the how you dance there." - BLAIRE MAGAZINE

“You could have powered Melbourne from the amount of energy in the room By close of business, there were 50 people on stage, women were sweating (not glowing), dudes were shirtless and sweating, there was condensation dripping from the roof and peoples shoes were grimy beyond recognition. And, there had been crowd surfing atop an inflatable replica of the Endeavour.” – FASTER LOUDER