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Back To Funk free party

Where
106 George Street
The Rocks NSW 2000
Good Space
When

Saturday 15 May from 12pm to 10pm

Back To Funk, 2SER and Atomic Beer Project proudly present the Back To Funk free outdoor courtyard party.

This is a free party, but due to limited capacity and Covid restrictions, RSVP is essential.

Get your free ticket here.

Australia’s longest running funk music radio show is hosting a one-off, good time, get-down dance party in the heart of The Rocks, at the most interesting and inspiring pop-up venue we’ve seen for a long time.

Hosted by DJ Meem and friends, Back To Funk will be a sweet outdoor party in a reimagined courtyard space right on Sydney Harbour bringing together a killer selection of Sydney’s finest DJs, dedicated to playing the best in funk, soul, hip hop, disco, reggae and boogie.

DJ’s include Meem, Steven Ferris, DJ Soup, Gian Arpino, Just Diola, Sani DJ, plus more to be announced.

Back To Funk is committed to exploring and unearthing the funkiest and most incredible music you probably never heard before. Our DJs will delve into rare underground music, forgotten masterpieces, new creations, and good time anthems from across the decades. All mixed into an incredible fun-filled funk fiesta.

It’s all about good times, good music and good people.

Covid-safe information

This is a Covid Safe event. Due to limited capacity and Covid restrictions, RSVP is essential.

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