September, Thur 9pm 27

smalltown at B3 with DJ Koze, Charlotte de Witte + Gerd Janson

To ensure your experience is an enjoyable one, we strongly encourage allowing for extra travel time when arriving at the venue.  To assist in your planning, please find some important information below.

Strictly 18+ event

Etihad Stadium is committed to delivering memorable experiences in a safe environment. Victoria Police, Ambulance Victoria and DANCEWIZE will be in attendance to assist the organisers in ensuring all patrons have a fun, safe and enjoyable night.

We would like to inform patrons that possession and use of illicit substances will NOT be tolerated at this venue.

Prohibited Items

In addition with our standard prohibited items the below items will also NOT be permitted into the event;

  • No unsealed packages, (including Cigarettes, Mint packages etc)
  • No selfie sticks
  • No sharp items
  • No liquids, creams, gels, sprays of any kind in bottles or containers including cosmetics.

ID Checks

The health and safety of our patrons is Etihad Stadium’s priority. The event is targeted at a strictly 18+ audience. All guests attending the event must be able to produce photo identification and responsible service of alcohol applies throughout the venue

Accepted Proof of age: Passport, Keypass Card, Australian Drivers Licence.

Security Checks

As a standard condition of entry into Etihad Stadium, patrons will be subject to searches, wanding, ID and ticket check.

We encourage patrons to arrive early and limit the number of items brought to this event to alleviate queue times.

Entry information

Enter via car park A off Bourke Street Docklands

No pass-outs will be issued

Entry gates will close at 2.30am

Cloaking available.

 

Beverages

As requested by the event organisers all beverages sold (including non-alcoholic drinks) will be poured into cups, this includes water bottles.

Free water will be available to all patrons throughout the event.

 

Public Transport Information

Public transport is the quickest and easiest way to get to and from Etihad Stadium, with train and tram options operating frequently to the precinct. Patrons are strongly encouraged to catch public transport and further details, including transport route information, can be found here.

Prohibited Items

In addition with our standard prohibited items the below items will also NOT be permitted into the event;

  • No unsealed packages, (including Cigarettes, Mint packages etc)
  • No selfie sticks
  • No sharp items
  • No liquids, creams, gels, sprays of any kind in bottles or containers including cosmetics.

ID Checks

The health and safety of our patrons is Etihad Stadium’s priority. The event is targeted at a strictly 18+ audience. All guests attending the event must be able to produce photo identification and responsible service of alcohol applies throughout the venue

Accepted Proof of age: Passport, Keypass Card, Australian Drivers Licence.

 

Security Checks

As a standard condition of entry into Etihad Stadium, patrons will be subject to searches, wanding, ID and ticket check.

We encourage patrons to arrive early and limit the number of items brought to this event to alleviate queue times.

Entry information

Enter via car park A off Bourke Street Docklands

No pass-outs will be issued

Entry gates will close at 2.30am

Cloaking available.

Beverages

As requested by the event organisers all beverages sold (including non-alcoholic drinks) will be poured into cups, this includes water bottles.

Free water will be available to all patrons throughout the event.

Public Transport Information

Public transport is the quickest and easiest way to get to and from Etihad Stadium, with train and tram options operating frequently to the precinct. Patrons are strongly encouraged to catch public transport and further details, including transport route information, can be found here.

Line-up

DJ Koze

Not many can stand taller in Germany’s electronic dance music scene than DJ Koze. He can rightly be described as one of Germany’s longest running servants of dance music, a foundation member if you like. The readers of Germany’s trend-setting SPEX Magazine correctly voted DJ Koze the DJ Of The Years for 1999 – 2004, and now the listeners of global dance music correctly calls DJ Koze one of the world’s best. His remix of Lapsley’s “Operator” went nuclear, and with the recent release of his recent album Knock Knock, Koze is set to go number one on pretty much every planet just outside of earth. This will be his first Australian return in over 4 years.

Charlotte de Witte

In the short time she’s been releasing music, Charlotte de Witte has become one of the most exciting acts in techno (if not all electronic music) today. As we’ve seen on releases through Turbo, Suara, novamute and more, which include standout tracks like “Closer” and “Control”, de Witte favours an intense, minimalist style of techno that emphasises dark moods, vocal lines and heavy drums. A style that has in turn, earned her numerous main-stage slots at festivals and events worldwide.

Gerd Janson

Gerd Janson is one of the most highly respected DJs in the world of house and techno. Quite often, “highly respected” goes hand-in-hand with “underrated” but over the past few years, audiences around the world have also found out what insider types already knew: Janson is a DJ that reconfigures the c lassics you already knew in an unexpected way – and introduce you to new classics, a few months (or years) before you’ll hear them played everywhere else.

Running Times

9:00pm – 5:00am

Price from $94.55 - $104.95

Prohibited Items

In addition with our standard prohibited items the below items will also NOT be permitted into the event;

  • No unsealed packages, (including Cigarettes, Mint packages etc)
  • No selfie sticks
  • No sharp items
  • No liquids, creams, gels, sprays of any kind in bottles or containers including cosmetics.

ID Checks

The health and safety of our patrons is Etihad Stadium’s priority. The event is targeted at a strictly 18+ audience. All guests attending the event must be able to produce photo identification and responsible service of alcohol applies throughout the venue

Accepted Proof of age: Passport, Keypass Card, Australian Drivers Licence.

 

Security Checks

As a standard condition of entry into Etihad Stadium, patrons will be subject to searches, wanding, ID and ticket check.

We encourage patrons to arrive early and limit the number of items brought to this event to alleviate queue times.

Entry information

Enter via car park A off Bourke Street Docklands

No pass-outs will be issued

Entry gates will close at 2.30am

Cloaking available.

Beverages

As requested by the event organisers all beverages sold (including non-alcoholic drinks) will be poured into cups, this includes water bottles.

Free water will be available to all patrons throughout the event.

Public Transport Information

Public transport is the quickest and easiest way to get to and from Etihad Stadium, with train and tram options operating frequently to the precinct. Patrons are strongly encouraged to catch public transport and further details, including transport route information, can be found here.

Line-up

DJ Koze

Not many can stand taller in Germany’s electronic dance music scene than DJ Koze. He can rightly be described as one of Germany’s longest running servants of dance music, a foundation member if you like. The readers of Germany’s trend-setting SPEX Magazine correctly voted DJ Koze the DJ Of The Years for 1999 – 2004, and now the listeners of global dance music correctly calls DJ Koze one of the world’s best. His remix of Lapsley’s “Operator” went nuclear, and with the recent release of his recent album Knock Knock, Koze is set to go number one on pretty much every planet just outside of earth. This will be his first Australian return in over 4 years.

Charlotte de Witte

In the short time she’s been releasing music, Charlotte de Witte has become one of the most exciting acts in techno (if not all electronic music) today. As we’ve seen on releases through Turbo, Suara, novamute and more, which include standout tracks like “Closer” and “Control”, de Witte favours an intense, minimalist style of techno that emphasises dark moods, vocal lines and heavy drums. A style that has in turn, earned her numerous main-stage slots at festivals and events worldwide.

Gerd Janson

Gerd Janson is one of the most highly respected DJs in the world of house and techno. Quite often, “highly respected” goes hand-in-hand with “underrated” but over the past few years, audiences around the world have also found out what insider types already knew: Janson is a DJ that reconfigures the c lassics you already knew in an unexpected way – and introduce you to new classics, a few months (or years) before you’ll hear them played everywhere else.

Running Times

9:00pm – 5:00am

Etihad Stadium - Docklands, Melbourne, Australia
Etihad Stadium - Docklands, Melbourne, Australia

Stadium maps

  • A-League Rectangular Mode
  • A-League Stadium Mode
  • AFL
  • Arena Mode
  • Big Bash League

A-League Rectangular Mode

  • Level 1 seating
  • Level 2 seating
  • Level 3 seating
  • Medallion Club
  • Impeded View
  • Disabled Seating

A-League Stadium Mode

  • Level 1 seating
  • Level 2 seating
  • Level 3 seating
  • Medallion Club
  • Impeded View
  • Disabled Seating

AFL

  • Level 1 seating
  • Level 2 seating
  • Level 3 seating
  • Medallion Club
  • Impeded View
  • Disabled Seating

Arena Mode

  • Level 1 seating
  • Level 2 seating
  • Level 3 seating
  • Medallion Club
  • Impeded View
  • Disabled Seating

Big Bash League

  • Level 1 seating
  • Level 2 seating
  • Level 3 seating
  • Medallion Club
  • Impeded View
  • Disabled Seating