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CHEWY ~ Launch Party
May 25 @ 9:00 pm
Madam Foups presents....
Sink your teeth in sweeties
Chewy is a Dance Party with a difference... a neoteric hub of like-minded artists, musicians, performers and groovers indulging in their own personal Delphic underground. Each party hosts the 'Chewy Emporium'.... a space where revellers can play in carefully curated rooms of varied intensity (Toufie’s Tea Lounge | Interactive Art Garden | Erin's Body Bar | Dark-Flash-Photo-Corner) and explore them deep into the night.
Whether sipping a herbal concoction at Toufie’s Tea Lounge, letting your inner Kadinsky shine in the interactive art garden or tearing it up on the unhinged D-Floor, there is a place for every kind of escapade.
For our FIRST ever CHEWY, we will be featuring some of Melbourne’s finest DJ’s with a spicy serving of filthy techno beats.
We are absolutely honoured to have such a bangin’ lineup... bless our humble CHEWY ears.
Observing only 3 house rules: No Dickheads. A Safe Space. Love and Respect.
From 9pm - late
A limited number of tickets will be available on the door for a little bit more.
Pre-sale tickets guarantee entry before midnight and priority entry after midnight.
We cannot hold tickets nor guarantee entry once capacity is reached.
0474 634 891
Toufie’s Tea Lounge
Interactive Art Garden
Erin's Body Bar
*Set and activity times will be released closer to the event.
All activities are FREE of charge for all our CHEWY friends
Costuming and unique attire is encouraged to reflect:
“your most sensational self”.
that giant pink fur coat
that elf outfit from Christmas back in 07’
that pair of clogs you carved yourself
that pair of nipple pasties screaming at you from the bottom of your wardrobe
that crown made of recycled toothbrushes
that scarf you can only wear as a top (because it looks great so shut up)
that goddess gown made by glow worm slaves
that high vis getup gran got you for your birthday
You get it
374 St Kilda Road,
ST KILDA, Victoria 3182
Located on the corner of St Kilda Road and Martin Street,
between Inkerman and Carlisle Steet's
entry is via Martin Street
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