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Event Name:Chasers Underage Ft Nino Brown
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Venue Name:Chasers Nightclub
Venue Address:386 Chapel Street, South Yarra
Recommended Age:14 - 17
Ticket Price:$30 + Bf
Walk-in Ticket Outlets:Supre Clothing & Limited Tickets Available At The Door
Event Presented By:ChasersUnderage, Zupa Dupa, Hard Kandy & Mc Junior Project

Chasers Underage Ft Superstar Urban DJ Nino Brown

Chasers Underage is a brand new under 18 event to be hosted at the Chasers nightclub in South Yarra, Victoria. Their debut event will be headlined by Australia’s most recognized urban DJ, Nino Brown. Earlier this year, Nino was selected as the official tour DJ for the Supafest festival which featured the likes of Chris Brown, Rick Ross and T-Pain. Make sure you secure your ticket pronto from Supre Clothing…this is going to be a big one!

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