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Kittens – Purple Sneakers DJs + The Bright Young Things (live)

Written by Marc Zanotti on April 17, 2012

Kittens is a new Sydney-located club that hosts real indie events for fans looking for something more interactive than a $2 dollar jukebox that can barely be heard over the Buck Hunter machine positioned next to it, (not that there’s anything wrong with Buck Hunter).

Next Saturday April 28, 2012, Kittens is putting on one gee-whiz heck of a show headlined by none other than the Purple Sneakers DJs. The lineup also boasts The Khanz, Louis London, Ginger & Drum and The Bright Young Things.

The event is sponsored by Bundy 5, who will be providing some free drinks, and a 3D hologram booth that is sure to mess with any tripper bold enough to step into its mysterious walls.

Tickets are only $10 (which is way cheaper than some shitty nightclub that plays Bruno Mars) and are available here

Tickets will be available on the door if there’s any left over, but with a lineup like this, that’s probably not going to happen — so get yours ASAP!

For more info check out Kittens Facebook page.

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