Yung Singh debuts in Australia & New Zealand

by the partae

With headline shows in Christchurch, Auckland, Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth

Astral People proudly presents… Yung Singh

One of the most exciting breakout stories in club culture today. In little over a year Yung Singh has risen to become a must-see draw, headlining virtually every notable club and festival across the European continent. Now finally it’s Australia New Zealand’s turn. Brace yourselves for a figurehead of the new era as he makes his debut this November! 

Combine DJ Mag’s ‘one to watch’ status with the most talked about mix in the UKG revival and you have a breakout 2021 for the phenomenon. An ode to a pivotal underground scene past and present, his Punjabi Garage mix for Shuffle ‘N’ Swing may have put him on the map – but pigeonhole the multifarious selector at your peril. Singh’s sets can vary in style from Garage, UK funky to grime, jungle and dnb mixed with Punjabi folk, to nostalgic trance or hip-hop, and everything in between. He’s curated a string of viral moments, from an era-defining Boiler Room set to a spontaneous collaboration with singer Raf Saperra at Fabric that now sits in UK club folklore. Rapidly he has cemented his status as a dance music original with all the proof to back it up.

At the forefront of a thriving new scene for the South Asian Diaspora, raising awareness of this grassroots community and its history within British dance music is central to him as an artist. Leading by example, he strives to counter racism and cultural erasure and is not afraid to challenge the corners he disagrees with. It’s these morals ingrained from within that come through as a voice for positive change in both dance music as a rising DJ, and in wider society as a trainee doctor.

A true trail-blazer at a time when club music can often feel oversaturated with the same trends. A force for progress. We are giddy with excitement bringing Yung Singh to Australian and New Zealand shores for a very special run of dates.

Astral People acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia on which this tour takes place. Astral People acknowledge their Elders past, present and emerging and pay their respect to all First Nations people. Always Was, Always Will Be.


Thu 10 Nov – Hide, Christchurch

Fri 11 Nov – Neck Of The Woods, Auckland

Sat 12 Nov – Mary’s Underground, Sydney

Fri 18 Nov – One22, Canberra

Sat 19 Nov – The Night Cat, Melbourne

Fri 24 Nov – Warehouse 25, Brisbane

Sun 26 Nov – The Court, Perth



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