Non-Scene is the newest dance party to hit Sydney and it promises to be an attitude-free night.
The event takes place at The Loft at UTS on Saturday 27 October – daylight savings night – and will feature an eclectic range of music from deep house and soul to funk and disco.
Community identity and Non-Scene coordinator Tobin Saunders, a.k.a. Vanessa Wagner, said it’s going to be a night symbolic of the start of summer – a great place to meet up with all your friends and dance to interesting music.
“If people are tired of what’s on offer and want a place that is attitude-free, then it’s a party for you – the name of event says it all,” he said.
“It’s an intimate space with the emphasis on beautiful sounds, and we’ve got great people doing our music, lights and projections.”
Saunders will also be DJing alongside Ben Drayton and Stephen Allkins.
The Loft is a beautiful venue with exposed wooden beams, floorboards and a cute courtyard area.
“We will be hanging lanterns off a tree in the courtyard, so it’s going to be very special. It’s for people who enjoy dancing and chatting without the attitude and are out to enjoy interesting and non-commercial music,” Saunders said.
“Vanessa’s vibe will be there in some way, like in the way she likes to decorate and the way she likes to make sure people are well looked after.”
The event runs 9pm-3am. Tickets are $25 plus booking fee and can be bought at Barberia (Surry Hills), So Music (Newtown) or at the door for $30.

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