Kick the new year off in style with Set Mo at the Espy

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Kick the new year off in style with Set Mo at the Espy

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words by kaya martin

Well, that was a wild one. Whether you’re looking forward to a fresh start or you’re sad to say goodbye, the new year is just around the corner and we’ve got just the party to start it off right.

Swing by the Espy for one of the most rambunctious events in town. Set Mo has just been announced as the talent for the New Year’s Day event, meaning that it’s sure to be an unforgettable one. Cure your hangover from the night before and prepare for shimmery deep house beats bumping until the early hours. 

Hey, there’s no reason to get started on your resolutions just yet. Everyone knows that New Year’s Day is a write-off anyway. Whether you’re fresh-faced for 2023 or you’re still in your sparkly outfit from the night before, party people of all stripes are welcome. To make sure that you’re starting the year on a good note, we suggest leaving your plans in the capable hands of Set Mo.

New Year’s Day at the Espy

  • Sydney’s DJ duo Set Mo will be blasting out the beats all night long
  • Come dance to catchy house bangers 
  • The fun starts at 7pm, with tickets costing $20 to $28

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After cutting their teeth on Sydney’s infamous Kings Cross, the DJ duo of Nick Drabble and Stu Turner has got a solid grip on how to curate a vibe. Their extensive discography is littered with platinum and gold tracks, including club night faves like White Dress, See Right Through Me and I Belong Here. 

They’ve graced stages at some of the best local fests and have been involved in fashion collaborations with Dior, Ksubi, Armani and Acne. With ten years of teamwork under their belts and over 100 million streams, they’re a pair of Australia’s most reliable party rockers.

With tickets at a modest $20 to $28, it’s sure to be a busy one. Come ready to bring the heat and let’s make 2o23 one of the best years yet. 

The boys will be bringing the noise to the Espy on January 1. Lock down your tickets here.