PEKING DUK @ The Met - Tuesday 12th August - NightZone
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@ The Met
Tuesday 12th of Aug 2014
9:00pm - 5:00am
256 Wickham St, Fortitude Valley Brisbane, 4006

Revelry Entertainment & Konkrete Agency present Peking Duk, the long haired, sweaty production duo behind the huge platinum-selling 'High', have been on a non-stop tour of the festival circuit. Whether they are whipping crowds into a frenzy at Big Day Out and Groovin The Moo, a brief spell across the pond working their magic at SXSW and Miami Music Week or the recently confirmed Splendour in the Grass - you name it, Peking Duk are leaving their mark on it. Now, with barely time to catch their breath, Adam and Reuben are preparing to embark on a tour of their own. Promising an immense audio visual experience at every venue - this is one party you won't want to miss!

Spark up an electro fuse and a twist of house, blended with a galvanizing slowed down beat, and Peking Duk is served. Catapulting onto the Australian music scene, these Canberra bred commanders have brought to the table a little more than a knife and fork.

As the wise Tommy Trash once said; ‘Peking Duk not only tastes good but it sounds even better’.

Very Special Guests to be announced.

Local Supports:: TBA

Doors open 9pm

More Venue Info

A stone's throw from Fortitude Valley station, The Met is one of Brisbane's larger venues, spanning three levels and five bars. Usually a hub for commercial dance music, with interstate and international acts passing through each weekend, the club also occasionally hosts house and techno events.

Clad in gold mosaic and red velvet, The Met is luxurious not only in its decor, but also in its size. Boasting three levels and five bars, it is a labyrinth of rooms that can be hired for private functions or enjoyed with the public.

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