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New Year’s Eve At The Oasis Announced

Written by Alex Langlands on December 4, 2012

Looking for a non-shit option for this NYE? Can’t find a decent house party to go to because the last one was trashed, and you can’t afford a $100 ticket to an event where you only know half the acts? No worries!

“In the desert of Fuckwits on New Year’s Eve there exists only one Oasis”, the New Year’s Eve party at Oasis that is. Having turned down offers from the likes of David Guetta, Swedish House Mafia, Alesso and Tiesto, the crew behind Sydney’s newest NYE Party have gone for a more genuine group of party starters. Sporting the likes of Huwston, Toki Doki, Quincy, Mucky Fingers, MC Squared, Reeganout, Cold Drop, Strategy Fads and many more, the Oasis New Year’s Eve Party is the only place you need to be to ensure that you actually have fun, and what’s more is that it’s casual-themed! So whip out those Hawaiian shirts if you haven’t already.

Midnight at the Oasis
December 31, 8pm – 2am
The Lybrary Hotel (formerly The Shannon)
87-91 Abercrombie Street, Chippendale.
Tickets available now $15 + BF
http://www.moshtix.com.au/v2/event/midnight-at-the-oasis/62236 http://vimeo.com/54505693

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