One of New York’s most legendary parties is making its Sydney debut this weekend

One of New York’s most acclaimed and distinctive club nights (and labels) of the past decade is making a surprising trip on over to Sydney via reliable party people Astral People and Cake Wines. Founded by Justin Carter and Eamon Harkin, Mister Saturday Night will have it’s down under debut this Sunday 25th February at a secret outdoor location in Sydney’s inner city under the obvious name-change of Mister Sunday.

The day party will follow the format of its New York brethren with even Carter and Harkin making their way down to help keep it all flowing with DJ sets enhanced by an advanced four-point sound system and just general good vibes. It’ll all kick off at 1pm on the day and last all the way up until 8pm, bringing Sydneysiders a new go-to party and Sunday session that mirrors New York’s quirkier scene of DJ and musician led parties.

Eamon and Justin should be bringing some huge Brooklyn vibes on the day, enhanced by local partners Astral People and Cake Wines, as well as food nomads Eat Art Truck.

Mister Sunday is set for this Sunday 25th February and We’re expecting this to be massive with the party crowd so make sure you grab some tickets and more information over HERE to get involved.


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Chris Singh

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