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New Sydney Venue Tiva To Launch With Milan Ring, Kira Puru, Liyah Knight And More

Sydney will add a new nightspot to its roster this week, with the Tiva Basement Lounge scheduled to open on Thursday, 20th October. Located at 68 King Street in the CBD, the new venue has been described as both a “new subterranean playground” and “the new go-to venue for a world-class listening experience”.

Officially opening its doors this week, Tiva’s management aims for it to become a cultural hotspot for live music and DJs, hosting a melting pot of genres from jazz, soul, world music, R&B, to electronic, with a roster of high-profile names booked to celebrate its launch. From a technical point of view, Tiva boasts a state-of-the-art sound system to ensure a good listener experience.

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“Expect the cream of the country’s players and international guests presenting live music four nights a week, alongside a diverse and exciting roster of established and up and coming DJ talent,” says Dan Lywood of Playlister FM, who aided in the sound design and curation process. “Guests can drop in any night of the week and are guaranteed to see and hear a seriously accomplished act.”

Tiva will kick off its live events next month, with Kira Puru helping to officially launch Tiva on Saturday, 19th November. Milan Ring will join the festivities with a set on Saturday, 3rd December. A number of special guests are lined up for the events, including Liyah Knight, Nathan Haines, Phil Stack, and Yasmina Sadiki, while Richard Penny, MADAMI, Kali, Boogie Monster and more join the ongoing roster as resident DJs.

Tiva Basement Lounge Launch Events

  • Saturday, 19th November – Kira Puru
  • Saturday, 3rd December – Milan Ring

Ticketing and event info available from the Tiva website.

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