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Event Name:That Melbourne Sound
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Venue Name:Chasers Nightclub
Venue Address:386 Chapel St, South Yarra, VIC 3141
Recommended Age:13 - 17
Ticket Price:$27 + Booking Fees

That Melbourne Sound – Good Life Festival After Party

After the sold-out leg of the Good Life Festival in Melbourne, the organizers of the event are bringing to you “That Melbourne Sound – the official Good Life after party!”

This will be the perfect opportunity to catch up with the new mates you made at the festival as well as reminisce your favorite moments of the night. The after party will be headlined by local hero’s Slice N Dice,
Reece Low, Samual James, Azmac, Keesh, Who Killed Mickey, Zoolanda, Some Blonde DJ and Rojdar.

Good Life Festival After Party That Melbourne Sound

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Good Life Festival 2015 Tour Dates:

Sunday, 1st March 2015
Royal Randwick Racecourse, Sydney – [Buy Tickets]


Monday, 2nd March 2015
HBF Arena, Perth – [Buy Tickets]

Friday, 6th March 2015
Brisbane Showgrounds, Brisbane – [Buy Tickets]

Monday, 9th March 2015
Flemington Racecourse, Melbourne – [Buy Tickets]

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