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February 1, 2023

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Nudge Nudge Wink Wink Summer Shed Sizzles with Sydney’s finest selectors playing Nudge Nudge Wink Wink! 2023 launches with a lineup that’s guaranteed to lift you up. 

Internationally-based DJ, Nick Field, and CO-OP’s James Scott + Neil Terry join the Nudge to skyrocket your senses. They join our smokin’ Cunning Stunts resident DJs Lord Sut and Dale Stephen.

Nick Field will be raising the ambient temperature for his sixth time. Smouldering dance floor action will be had from this legend on the decks who has his own sound influenced by his loves of soulful, dubby, disco, electro and house. With over 25 years’ global DJ’ing experience, you should not miss his set!

CO-OP’s James Scott + Neil Terry have reunited to play the Nudge – CO-OP represents the meeting of a couple of not altogether proficient minds who have programmed, produced, promoted and pimped some pretty ridiculous (as in good) house party style events over the years in Sydney and beyond. They worship at the altars of deep disco and even deeper house laced with LoVe. Originally from the UK, these DJs of 20+ years will send your soul into the stratosphere. James Scott joins in for the fifth time, and it’s exciting to have Neil Terry join him and reform CO-OP.

Cunning Stunts resident DJs Lord Sut and Dale Stephen start the summer nudge blast off for 2023! Sizzling tunes of balearic, disco and house with sprinklings of their own edits ensure your feet won’t be touching the ground. Arrive early and stay late for January’s stratospheric cocktail of sounds!

You have helped this mob raise $373,418 so far, benefitting 32 charities since December 2015 – let’s keep that impact growing! Funds are donated to locally-based registered NFP’s assisting our communities during these challenging times. January’s event continues with a cumulative percentage of profits being donated from the last Nudge and this. 

The Summer Shed Sizzle is on Saturday 7 January from 4pm – it’s a ticketed 18+ event at the Billinudgel Hotel.

Final event tickets are available now. https://bit.ly/NudgeTix.

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