Music pioneer & connoisseur Job Jobse is returning to Melbourne.
Renowned music pioneer and connoisseur Job Jobse is set to grace Melbourne once again, promising to whisk attendees away to another dimension.
The household name is back for headline show at The Third Day on Saturday, 16th March, following his highly anticipated performance at Pitch Music & Arts.
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Taking over The Third Day in North Melbourne, a historic warehouse dating back to the 1920s, this iconic venue will provide the perfect backdrop for Job Jobse’s mesmerising performance alongside Aldonna and Daws on March 16, promising an unforgettable experience.
With an impressive resume that includes a string of acclaimed Boiler Room sets, Job Jobse has solidified his status as one of the most sought-after DJs in the industry.
Hailing from Amsterdam, Jobse’s journey began amidst the vibrant nightlife of the now-closed Trouw nightclub. From humble beginnings as a bathroom DJ, he quickly rose to prominence, becoming a beloved resident DJ at both Trouw and its successor, De School. His recent sold-out appearances at Pitch Music & Arts festival in 2022 and the Untitled Day Party alongside Honey Dijon in 2023 have further cemented his reputation as a standout in electronic music both in Australia and globally.
However, Job Jobse’s talents extend beyond the DJ booth. In 2018, he founded his own label, “De Vlieger,” originally conceived as a platform to showcase music created by his friends. The label has since evolved into a beacon for unsigned and undiscovered musical talent, reflecting Jobse’s commitment to nurturing emerging artists.
Tickets go on sale at 4:30 pm AEDT on Thursday, 8th February. Don’t miss out – secure your tickets here.