A full-tilt multi-level rave is going down in Geelong’s infamous 1920s concert hall this August

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A full-tilt multi-level rave is going down in Geelong’s infamous 1920s concert hall this August

Dr. Nitetime 2021

Geelong’s favourite day party prescribers Dr. Daytime is hosting a multi-level rave this Winter with Loods, Oots and Ricky Nord.

This August three of Australia’s most trusted party purveyors – Dr. Daytime, Agenda Entertainment and Movement team up to deliver a world-class event – Dr. Nitetime – that’s going down in Geelong’s iconic 1920s concert hall featuring pre-eminent talent from across the nation.

Dr Daytime has been supplying Geelong with epic day parties since 2019, making them a veteran on the Geelong party scene, with their events continuing to get better and better.

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Giving you a taste of the darker side of the Doc, Dr. Nitetime features world-class artists, turning the historic Geelong venue – The Wool Exchange – into a full-tilt, multi-level rave. Think world-class talent and top-end production at Geelong’s premier venue.

Taking place on Saturday, August 20, Dr. Nitetime will be flying in East Coast-born act Loods, ensuring the walls of that iconic building are filled with the raw and euphoric sounds of the electronic dance music producer. With Loods boasting over a million streams on his Spotify singles, you can bet he’ll be ready to fill the venue with all the right frequencies.


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Bringing some of the best together for a heavyweight dance affair, the stellar lineup also features Melbourne Dj and music producer Oots, who has taken the Melbourne club scene by storm in recent years playing hard-hitting edits and original music that launches the dancefloor; as well as Melbourne’s Ricky Nord who has been delivering high energy sets of sentimental melodies, driving kick drums and trancey breakdowns across club and festival dancefloors in recent times. With a resume consisting of sets at Let Them Eat Cake, Beyond The Valley and Xe45 RIP, you know he’s going to go big.

The lineup also comes with support from local favourites including Mordi, Eva and Medz.

It all goes down on Saturday, August 20 from 6pm. Early bird and first release tickets are sold-out, with final release tickets on sale here