Techno Music Melbourne

After the heartbreaking cancellation of our 7th birthday celebration in June & December 2020 and our 8th Birthday in June & October 2021 we’re thrilled to announce our long-awaited return to The Substation in Newport with a stellar All-Australian lineup. To appropriately make up for the collective disappointment that was 2020 and 2021, we’ve invited techno royalty in DJ HMC, Berghain regular Claire Morgan, Edward Richards (Live) and MTLDA b2b Nat Salih.

As has become the standard at a Bunker anniversary, this exciting collection of artists will be ably supported by world class production including a four-point Funktion-one sound system and cutting edge lighting & visuals – the likes of which will raise the bar for what constitutes a true, all-encompassing musical experience.

Line up (A-Z)
Claire Morgan
DJ HMC
Edward Richards (Live)
MTLDA b2b Nat Salih

Design & Art Direction: Cam Norris
Moving Image: Rory Ferrante
Visual Direction by 313RGB

All current ticket holders will have their tickets automatically transferred to the new date. Those who are not able to attend the new date will have details of our refund process emailed to them – please be sure to check your junk and spam folders for this information.

Depending on the number of refunds we receive, there may be a small allocation of tickets available. We will announce this once we know the amount of tickets we have to resell.

Patron wellness & safety is our primary concern and as such, we will be working closely with the venue and local authorities to ensure a COVIDSafe event. Measures to achieve this will include check-in via QR code on arrival and hand sanitiser readily available around the venue. Lastly, it should go without saying but, if you are felling unwell please stay home to protect yourself and those around you.

In the spirit of reconciliation Bunker acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.

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