A mammoth open-air party on the Harbour-view Northern Broadwalk stage with none other than Mr Fingers himself, see the original dancefloor maestro Larry Heard pummel the outdoor sound system into soulful submission.

Mad Racket ft. Larry Heard aka Mr Fingers (live)

Location:

Bennelong Point
2000 NSW
Australia

Venue:
Sydney Opera House
Price:
From: $99.00
Mad Racket
Mad Racket

Event Details

By the Harbour with Robert Owens and Mad Racket DJs.

Sydney’s longest-running dance institution has maintained a safe haven of hazy house and techno euphoria, putting the Marrickville Bowling Club on the map for the best parties period. Now bringing generations of Racketeers off the green and under the Sails once again, Mad Racket return for their biggest night yet with a mammoth open-air party on the Harbour-view Northern Broadwalk stage with none other than Mr Fingers himself, Larry Heard performing live with the ever elusive Mr White, guiding us through the club cosmos deep into the night.

Perhaps house music’s most enigmatic figure, the Larry Heard legend begins with the all-out classics ‘Can You Feel It’ and ‘Mystery of Love’. From dance music’s first supergroup Fingers Inc. through to sound tracking the halcyon days of Chicago house with rogue selector Frankie Knuckles, Mr. Heard is the undisputed Gandalf of dance music – re-emerging to the stage after decades of silence with a serrated show of live synths, soulful vocals and subterranean visuals to boot.

Joined by Mad Racket’s resident outlaws Jimmi James, Zootie, Ken Cloud and Simon Caldwell, see the original dancefloor maestro Larry Heard pummel the outdoor sound system into soulful submission with the Harbour bridge providing a glittering backdrop for the Racketeer loyals.

General Public tickets on sale Friday 22 March 2019.

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