It’s time to dust off the platform boots and brush up on those 70’s disco moves, as Adelaide’s very own disco party, Electric Avenue, makes its way to our streets next month.
DISCO Is Not A Dirty Word is moving the party from their usual venue at Biggies at Bertram, and taking it to the streets along Coromandel Place on Saturday, December 2nd. Electric Avenue will feature disco music played only on vinyl – celebrating underground disco music and its original playing medium.
As part of a Renew Adelaide project, the monthly parties at Biggies at Bertram have become Adelaide’s home of underground dance music, and for anyone looking to get their boogie on in a welcoming environment. Thanks to the help of Splash Adelaide, Electric Avenue will take the monthly parties to a whole new level, with one dedicated night of getting groovy to the underappreciated heroes of 70s-80s disco music.
Coromandel Place will be taken over by two main dance floors and bars, with food supplied for the evening by the Coromandel Snack Bar. The DJ line-up for the night includes Adelaide acts Body Movement, J. Hennessy and Fantastic Black Plastic, as well as interstate guest act – The D Word (MEL).
If dancing the night away to 70’s disco music sounds like the thing for you, early bird tickets can be purchased for $10 through Resident Advisor. Head to DISCO Is Not A Dirty Word’s Facebook page for more info!
Header via DISCO Is Not a Dirty Word
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