After being postponed due to the current situation regarding COVID-19, Untitled Group, Crown Ruler, Moon Dog Craft Brewery & PBS 106.7FM announce that Duke Street Block Party 2020 has been rescheduled to take place on the 28th of November.
Almost all artists have been confirmed for the new date, including Detroit icon Theo Parrish, Mella Dee for his first tour of Australia, Dancehall pioneer and vocalist Sister Nancy, Russian selector Anastasia Kristensen, & more. Mildlife will unfortunately not be able to play the new date due to previous commitments, a replacement will be announced in the coming weeks.
For ticket purchasers, their ticket will remain valid for the new date. Those who cannot attend the new date will be able to secure a refund via Untitled Group.
The 2020 edition will see an expansion of the event to run along Bond Street and Southhampton Crescent as well as Duke Street, meaning more room for punters to dance, move & dive into the high energy block party all-rounder.
As well as showcasing live acts and DJs from around the globe, punters can explore the nooks and crannies of Duke Street. Local legends Hub Furniture are dedicating trade to the event with tucked away delights to discover, such as a unique wine bar experience.
The exceptional Moondog Brewery will be operating on the day and serving their local craft beers as well as hosting their very own selectors stage. Food will be provided by some iconic Melbourne institutions such as Good Gnocchi, Nhu Lan Bakery, Moondog OG Pizza, Real Jerk Chicken & more.
Lock it down for Saturday November 28th from 12pm-10pm and head over to the facebook page for full line up and more information: https://www.facebook.com/dukestreetblockparty/
Tickets on sale now.