The Port is Sydney’s newest waterfront lock-out free venue and is the perfect location to watch Darling Harbour’s infamous NYE firework display and party into the New Year, with complimentary champagne on arrival, roaming canapés from 7:00pm & champagne at midnight to toast in 2017. The Port is also offering a limited number of cabanas, VIP & bottle services packages for the evening. Let us bring the party to you and your crew.
A world class venue and backdrop deserves world class entertainment to accompany it, that’s why we’ve hand picked two of our favourite headline artists to help us bring in the New Year in style, Joey Negro & Late Nite Tuff Guy.
Joey Negro is the most well-known pseudonym of master British DJ/producer/remixer Dave Lee. Dave was one of the first artists to incorporate disco samples in house music when he began his production career in 1988. Indeed, he was in the studio making credible and outstanding British House music when many luminaries around him were still busy getting to grips with their decks. Little has changed since then and Dave is still widely regarded as one of the most commercially successful and in-demand artists on the global scene.
A producer first and foremost, his work ethic is legendary, having been involved in well over 200 productions, countless albums and a healthy stack of hits. His discography is undoubtedly impressive and his deep understanding as a selector of all things soulful and house on the dancefloor have ensured his status on the global DJ circuit worldwide to this day. Joey Negro’s sets reflect his extensive love of music ranging from rare disco through to vocal and classic house often into more deep, electronic and techy areas, his sets littered with exclusives, old and new.
Late Nite Tuff Guy is a new breed of disco vigilante, prowling the neon streets on a mission from God / David Mancuso to reclaim the clubs and fuck shit up. The scandalous alter-ego of genuine techno legend HMC (known to his momma as Cam Bianchetti), Late Nite Tuff Guy (LNTG) puts the acrimony in acronym, the oh in disco, the amp in camp and the dang in dangerous.
Peddling the most credible of disco edits – sexy and tasteful to a tight white tee – and accruing some serious acclaim from an illustrious roll call of heads in the know (including Jeff Mills, Todd Terje, Richie Hawtin, Ellen Alien, Steve Lawler, Carl Cox, Nic Fanciulli, Jackmaster and The Don himself – Sir Greg Wilson, who remixed LNTG’s One Nite in a Disco), the world is his and it’s about to blow up.
Location: The Port Darling Harbour
Date: Saturday 31st December 2016
Time: 7:00pm til late