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Forever Forward locks in all-killer, no-filler Brisbane party with Hunee and RAMZi

26 February 2020 | 12:34 pm | Emma Jones

Fresh Brisbane collective FOREVER FORWARD is making a return in 2020 with none other than Germany's HUNEE who is locked in for a three hour set

Fresh Brisbane collective FOREVER FORWARD made its mark in late 2019 with its debut party. Booking an absolutely stacked line up that included TORNADO WALLACEJEX OPOLISALISON SWINGRIVER YARRA, LILUZUNICE GIRL and DJ SCORPION as well as local heavy hitters like RESPECT GUY and HANNAH D, when it comes to first impressions it doesn't get much better than that. Now, they're back and set to kick off 2020 in style with another absolutely stellar night planned next month.

Leading the charge is none other than Germany's HUNEE who is locked in for a three hour set. Described by DJ Mag as a "fearless selector defying convention," his eclectic taste has meant his reputation precedes him as an unmissable act. Joining him is none other than Canada's RAMZi, who will be playing both live and DJing. It's both of these artists' first ever shows in Queensland, so you know they'll have something very special planned - and the crowd will undoubtedly be intent on giving the love right back.

Rounding out the bill will be four of Brisbane's very best who will absolutely be keeping the vibes high all night long, with A LOVE SUPREME's THIRSTY PAUL & BENNY C as well as FF favourite HANNAH D and HUGE JACKMAN all gearing up to deliver typically brilliant sets.

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March 7th is the date, the party is once again BYO (strictly no glass) and while we won't know the location until the day before, Forever Forward organisers have confirmed it'll once again be in a secret inner city warehouse location. Tickets are moving quickly so if you know what's good for you, you'll nab yours now. For more details and tickets, head HERE.


March 7th, BYO Warehouse Location, Brisbane







Words by Emma Jones

Images (L-R): RAMZi via Melbourne Deepcast; Hunee by Dan Medhurst