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When:

Fri 6 Jul 2018, 8:00pm–1:00am

Where: Chasers Nightclub, 386 Chapel Street, South Yarra, Victoria

Restrictions: 18+

Ticket Information:

  • Cost: $42.35
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: chasersnightclub

NorthEast Party House will be performing live when Three Eight Six launches officially on Friday, 6 July.

High-energy party starters Northeast Party House have moved on from warehouse parties in Melbourne’s inner city to national festival closers. Northeast have built a loyal fan base around two self-produced, guitar-driven, dance-heavy LPs “Any Given Weekend” and “Dare” which has seen the band tour constantly in their home country as well as internationally, playing sold out headline concerts and showcase events at The Great Escape (UK), CMJ (NY) and Culture Collide (LA).

Joining Northeast Party House on the night will be special guests Saatsuma + Essie Holt. Saatsuma is the collaboration between Melbourne based producers and composers Memphis Kelly and Cesar Rodrigues. Danceable and dynamic, yet intimate and emotive, Saatsuma’s live show is an unmissable and highly immersive sonic experience the stage with the likes of Dorsal Fins, Willow Beats, Thelma Plum, Olympia, Vera Blue, Yeo and PNAU. Essie Holt is Melbourne based singer-songwriter, Jess Holt, who produces music that t stems from a deep obsession with feelings and all things pop.

Chasers in Chapel St South Yarra recently announced the venue will return to hosting international and national live touring acts, stand-up comedy and cabaret under the live brand Three Eight Six. Chasers located on Chapel St in South Yarra has undergone an extensive refit to provide Melbourne music fans and Australian concert promoters with an important mid-sized venue as Three Eight Six, that will allow the finest in Australian and international talent to continue to play in this city.

Chasers has been operating as a night club for almost 40 years and is one of Melbourne’s most loved venues with a 24-hour licence. In the late 1980s through to the late 1990s the iconic venue and night spot hosted many live music concerts including Sonic Youth, The Church, Hunters & Collectors, You Am I and Regurgitator, as well as some of Melbourne’s most popular and enduring club nights including Hard ‘n’ Fast on Wednesdays and Delirium on Sundays. The venue has a 24-hour licence and an overall capacity to hold up to 900 people. The current iconic Saturday club night “Poof Doof” will continue, however the other six nights a week are open to host events and live music as Three Eight Six.