When you start your DJ career by winning a couple of DMC mixing competitions you get noticed…but to still be around two decades later takes more than vinyl juggling skills…following those Victorian DMC titles John Course has cemented himself as one of the leading personalities in Australian dance music culture.
Having been part of the house music revolution in Australia John has mixed numerous compilations including Vicious Cuts, Ministry Of Sounds Sessions, One Love. Over 1 million albums with John Course mixes sold in this country, he is still one of Australia’s most in demand DJ’s.
Enter your band for the chance to win a day of recording and mixing with Melbourne’s own Incubator Recording Studio worth $1000.
To enter submit a video or link to a track, bio, photo and social link to email@example.com. The finalists will perform on course on Sunday 20th November with the winner chosen by runner vote and an industry panel.
Free entry / Open to all ages.
Ministry of Sound will be on course with The Workout Stage – music to run, box, crossfit and workout to – expect a full intensity and high energy experience as you run past, get snapped for the MOS Instagram page, and watch out for the special guests….! Listen out for the latest dance records, a few cheeky classics and some uplifting riffs to keep you rocking to the finish line…
Anyway is Melbourne’s weekly super-club taking place every Saturday night. After reopening Melbourne’s iconic Palace theatre to the club scene, Anyway has hosted the best in international and local DJ’s combined with unparalleled production, performers and not to forget the thousands of revellers each and every week.
The club itself features three floors, each dedicated to a different genre of music, everything from electro to RNB. Mix it up with us on course, simply put… it will be better than Nutella.
Since opening in 1999, Seven has redefined Melbourne’s nightlife. A space where the high-end meets the underground and style meets substance Seven has consistently melded credibility with exclusivity, attracting the best DJ’s (international and local) and the hottest, most clued-up crowd.
Seven is now synonymous with the finest dance music and the wildest parties, and after a spectacular recent renovation continues to do justice to its illustrious – and hedonistic – history. Bringing the club to the course at City2Sea, we’re ready to party.
The Reggae Cruise is a sell-out community event aboard a relaxing cruise that educates and promote the messages of love and respect through Music and Arts. Bringing these chill vibes and values to City2Sea we will be entertaining you on course, showcasing some of Melbourne’ premier reggae talent, band details to follow… stay tuned!
The Guilty Pleasures is a fresh take on the big band sound. We play our own brand of high-energy funk, swing, and groove music which is sure to get you dancing (or running). We have taken the hard-hitting big band genre and reduced it to its bare bones. But this little big band sure does pack a punch! Our members have performed at national festivals including Falls Festival, The Darwin International Festival, Melbourne International Jazz Festival, Rainbow Serpent and many more.
All the way from WA, Phoenix King A.K.A Jacob De Gaye will be bringing his musical talents to Melbourne as part of an Australian tour and LP launch. Check out the Facebook page for upcoming shows and details, and on course at City2Sea!
The City of Melbourne Highland Pipe Band is one of Australia’s oldest pipe bands. Our members are proud of traditions dating back to the 1890s. Since that time the band has earned a reputation for musical innovation and excellence in performance.
'STILTTAINMENT'S STILT DIVA'S' embody & celebrate exquisite feminine beauty. Their goddess-like beauty inspires reverence & adoration from afar. Wearing elaborately decorative costumes, which are lavish, glittering with rhinestones, sequins and feathers of all colours. They rove & entertain with grace, elegance & poise. Truly magical & sophisticated!
Squawkestra is a place where glorious sounds and harmonious playing is strongly encouraged but squawks are welcome. Squawkestra is a community orchestra for adults who are beginning to learn or returning to playing music.
The Nova Casanovas are picking up their pom poms once again for the Nova Cheer Zone at City2Sea! Getting to the finish line will be so much easier once you’ve danced your way through the Nova Cheer Zone as the DJ plays the latest tunes to get your energy pumping!
Deakin Cheerleading Club is a university club of competitive dancers and cheerleaders. They spend several hours every week pushing their limits in stunting, tumbling and dancing to become the best they can be. Deakin Cheer has around 200 members across 15 teams who all compete at many competitions throughout the year across Australia. With numerous state and national champion titles under their belt the Deakin Cheerleaders have set their sights this year on competing at the world championships in Florida, USA.
We are a community Ukulele group, formed 5 years ago by Melbourne Ukulele Kollective member Robyn Houghton, we practice weekly at the Alphington Community Centre. We have a beginners group and a performance group, performing at School Fates and Community Events.
The Siblings is a young Australian band formed in Melbourne by the Burjawi’s family from Elwood College. Main vocalist: Elissa, Pianist: Nader and lead guitar: Tamer Burjawi. The band is inspired by different styles of music, such as funk, rock, and jazz. Their primary objective is to release an original album in the near future, for the time being they preform covers and instrumentals.
The Funk Buddies are 8 professional musicians from Melbourne, Australia. Between us there are many years of experience on stage and in studios, at festivals and functions, in dingy pubs and swanky clubs, in Melbourne, around the country and all over the world. Members of the band have shared the stage and studio with many local and international greats, at big events and on television. We make our living playing, recording, teaching, writing and arranging music. But when we want to let loose, we get together and unleash our favourite sound, New Orleans Street Funk.
All course entertainment is subject to council approval.