Tech-House Superstar Patrick Topping Returns To Australia For 7 Dates

by the partae
Tour Dates

Friday 1st June: The Launceston Lanes, Tasmania  
Saturday 2nd June: The Ivy and after party, Sydney
Sunday 3rd June: Habitat Garden Party, Perth
Friday 8th June: The Beach Hotel, Byron Bay
Friday 8th June: The Met, Brisbane
Saturday 9th June: Venue TBC, Melbourne
Sunday 10th June: Bloom, Geelong

Growing DJ icon Patrick Topping never ceases to amaze. With a list of credentials that holds him in the top 1% of DJs to ever live, Patrick has been a stand-out star for years. He’s played to astonishing crowds at every major festival worth its salt, including Coachella, Awakenings, Ultra and Tomorrowland, he’s released records on leading house music labels including numerous EPs on Relief and Hot Creations, he’s had a staggering 11 Beatport number 1’s and he’s already toured Australia 5 times.

Finding a second home on Australian soil, Patrick has stated it’s one of his favourite places to perform. His tours have seen him feature at the iconic Revolver Upstairs on numerous occasions, play at Strawberry Fields festival, Beyond The Valley, and Lost Paradise, and his upcoming tour has him spotted for a modest seven dates. Unlike any other DJ on earth right now, Patrick Topping continues to prove he’s the real deal.

One of the most in-demand names in dance music right now, Patrick Topping has carved a reputation for himself as a figurehead for a wave of exciting and diverse artists from the U.K. A prolific producer, who’s released on labels such as Hot Creations, Truesoul & Relief Records and remixed the likes of Booka Shade, Tiga and Matador, whilst securing 11 Beatport #1s, such as ‘Be Sharp Say Nowt’, ‘Forget’ and ‘Voicemail” a collaboration with the legendary Green Velvet.

Resident for Jamie Jones’s Paradise night at DC10 since 2014, Patrick’s far reaching appeal has seen him play festivals including Coachella, Awakenings, Ultra & Tomorrowland, complete 5 tours of Australia, as well as countless shows in Europe, South America, Asia and recently festivals in South Africa.

In 2017 the Newcastle native became a Mixmag cover star and his City Takeovers’ were the subject of widespread acclaim, with Patrick playing a series of pop-up venues in Edinburgh, Dublin and Birmingham. He has also landed two DJ Awards, one DJ MAG Best of British Award and was voted 11th in Resident Advisor’s Top DJs of 2016 poll.

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