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The Abercrombie Announces New Late-Night Sunday Party Series

23 March 2023 | 9:56 am | Jessie Lynch

The debut will feature Naarm-based artists Moopie, Fibre Optixxx and Tangerine, as well as local acts Reenie and Mazzacles.



Sydney’s Abercrombie Hotel has announced a new Sunday party series, Channel, featuring a lineup of local and international electronic music artists. 

The new weekly event series has been curated in collaboration with local promoter Bizarro and will run every Sunday from 6 PM until the early hours of the morning, making it the latest late-night offering in Sydney.

The debut event will be held on April 2nd and will feature Naarm-based artists Moopie, Fibre Optixxx and Tangerine, as well as local acts Reenie and Mazzacles. 

The Channel event series promises a refreshing take on the weekly Sunday circuit in Sydney with a focus on diverse and inclusive music programming from local, domestic and global artist pools, providing a community-led alternative for the city's dance music scene. 

It will also offer accessible pricing, with free entry before 8 PM and tickets capped at $20 regularly and $30 on long weekends.

The Abercrombie Hotel recently reopened its doors for the first time in nine years, and since then, it has become one of Sydney's most popular late-night destinations. 

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It launched with a huge 36-hour party back in December and seven straight days of programming leading into the new year. 

The venue has already played host to some big names in electronic music, including Boys Noize, DJ Bone, D.Tiffany, Dameela, Fantastic Man, DJ Jnett and more.

The Channel event series marks the Abercrombie's latest effort to reignite Sydney's clubbing community with a dedicated Sunday party, making further use of the venue's rare 24-hour trading license. To nab tickets to the debut event on April 2nd, head here.

It comes following the team behind Lost Sundays and Lost Paradise announcing their own Sunday session, Club Above, which takes place at fellow Sydney haunt the ivy and kicks off Sunday, April 8th.

The forthcoming events are a welcome addition to the city's nightlife, as many music lovers have been eager for more diverse and inclusive events in recent years to reinvigorate the live music scene.