The Star Gold Coast and White Claw Hard Seltzer are proud to present this season’s line-up of headline entertainment – live and free on The Lawn at Garden Kitchen & Bar!
KLP (Kristy Lee Peters) is a Sydney-based performer, songwriter, DJ, producer, broadcaster and an in-demand international collaborator with some of music’s biggest and freshest names. Her latest single, Energy, with Stace Cadet was one of the biggest tracks of the year, hitting number four on Australian Shazam for six-weeks, reaching #1 most played Australian track at radio and went on to spend 4 weeks at #1 on the ARIA Club chart. The song went on to be nominated for Best Dance Release at the 2020 ARIA Awards and has recently been certified a Platinum Record.
Saturday 27 March at 8:30pm
Miami Horror’s fourth release “The Shapes” is a visionary project that focuses on the amalgamation between music and visual art. The sound is percussive and colourful, taking influence from 70’s post-punk as well as the hypnotic bounce of world-beat pop artists of the 80’s. Often known for their diverse sound and mix of influences, “The Shapes” gives Miami Horror the opportunity to focus on one specific direction, creating something that exists as a standalone conceptual release.
Saturday 17 April, 8:30pm
Confidence Man are unarguably one of the hottest acts on the planet right now. A portable party that’s levelled dance floors and flattened festival crowds as it’s rolled out across the world, their performances are custom designed to make you dance and lose your cool. While the act’s last single, “Does It Make You Feel Good” dealt in the universal glee of the dance-floor, their latest bop swerves hard in another direction.
Saturday 1 May, 8:30pm
Set Mo is an electronic music duo from Sydney, Australia. Nick Drabble and Stu Turner first came together as a DJ combo in 2012 and soon progressed into producing tunes. Their best-known release to date is the blissed-out beauty “White Dress” (feat. Deutsch Duke), which has been played a good 18 million times on Spotify since it broke in 2014. But they’ve made numerous equally lovely tunes you’d be advised to give a spin. Try “I Belong Here”, “Fault Lines” or “Nightmares” for a start.
Saturday 15 May, 8:30pm
Northeast Party House [DJ Set} has been rescheduled to Saturday, 22 May.
High-energy party starters Northeast Party House have moved on from warehouse parties in Melbourne’s inner city to national festival closers. Northeast have built a loyal fan base around three self-produced, guitar-driven, dance-heavy LPs 'Any Given Weekend', 'Dare' & ‘Shelf Life’, which have seen the band tour constantly in their home country as well as internationally, playing sold out headline shows and showcase events at The Great Escape (UK), CMJ (NY) and Culture Collide (LA).
Saturday 22 May, 8:30pm
The birth of Bag Raiders dates back to the clubs of Sydney’s mid-aughts, where they cut their teeth spinning at the city’s parties and began turning out edits and remixes of their own, that culminated in the release of their ‘Turbo Love’ EP in 2008.. The B-side to that EP was a little track called ‘Shooting Stars’, which Modular Records quickly picked up and gave a single release the following year. The rest is history – ‘Shooting Stars’ was an instant smash, going Triple Platinum, snagging a top 20 spot in that year’s triple j Hottest 100 and leaving a legacy as one of Australian dance music’s finest moments.
Saturday 29 May, 8:30pm
Celebrating over 15 years at the very top, esteemed Serbian-Australian Dragan Roganovic is best known as Dirty South, the two-time Grammy and ARIA nominated producer. Producing music since 2004, Dirty South has firmly established his position as one of the most revered producers in dance music over the past 15+ years. A recurring hitmaker, who has seen success with past releases such as ‘City of Dreams’ which racked up over 40 million streams on Spotify, and fan favourite releases ‘I Swear’ and his remix for Lane 8 ‘No Captain’ which have contributed to his journey to the top.
Saturday 12 June, 8:30pm