One of the many massive draw-cards at Sugar Mountain Festival is back once again. Word on the street was the location has changed, the acts are a bigger, and we can now confirm the Boiler Room take-over is better than ever.
January 20th is when it’s all going down for the annual event held in South Melbourne inside the grounds of the Victorian College of Arts. Last year the Boiler Room stage was located with an amazing back-drop but was so popular with punters that the this year the festival was forced to change the positioning.
BR X SM stage in 2017.
Kicking off at 14:00 AEST, punters and online streamers will be treated to eight hours of some of the finest acts in the worlds dance music scene right now. Sugar Mountain is one of only a handful of worldwide festival partners of the ever-expanding online broadcasting site.
Heading up the bill is Honey Dijon, no doubt playing her signature blend of cuts while fellow house party boss Gerd Janson is going to dig even deeper into the music and set the d-floor alight.
Disco jockey Dan Shake is sure to have the audience singing along to funk and soul where as Project Pablo’s set will be full of energy and fresh house heaters.
Back from Berlin for the Summer, showcasing what he has been working on over the past year abroad and reminding us of our exported talent is Fantastic Man while Sydney-sider Love Deluxe is set to prove why he has escalated in popularity over recent months
Shanti Celeste and Éclair Fifi are also worth noting as they can be seen on the stage during the day but will not be making an appearance via the stream.
Alongside the Boiler Room showcase here is the full ripper line-up and amazing arts aspects below.
Dan Shake (UK)
Eclair Fifi (UK)
Gerd Janson (GER)
Honey Dijon (USA)
J Hus (UK)
Jamila Woods (USA)
Joey Bada$$ (USA)
Laurel Halo (USA)
Project Pablo (CAN)
Shanti Celeste (UK)
VIA ALICE feat. Waangenga Blanco
Khalif Diouf (USA)
Pasefika Victoria Choir
Hiroyasu Tsuri (JPN)
Jun Inoue (JPN)