Solotel confirmed Saturday, 3 July as the new date for its highly anticipated 24 Hour Party after COVID-19 restrictions in greater Sydney led to the event being postponed in May.
Solotel Group CEO, Elliot Solomon told Australian Hotelier last month that the event was delayed due to the extended restrictions on dancing for venues by the NSW Government.
He confirmed last week however, that the event was back on. The announcement also included that Lime Cordiale, The Aston Shuffle and Toni Yotzi, along with seven other artists were added to the original line-up, now totalling 88 acts.
Solomon said Solotel Group and a collective of cultural leaders in Sydney worked tirelessly to get the new date in the calendar: “We know from the success of the initial 24 Hour Party launch how important this party is to the music community and to Sydney as a whole. It only spurred our resolve to get Sydney dancefloors back and make our vision become a reality.
“Our campaign to revive Sydney’s nightlife economy remains as steadfast as ever so we’re sticking by our plan to create incredible late night experiences and ultimately bring people together on dancefloors across the city. The excitement from our guests and the industry for this epic 24 Hour Party is as strong as ever so we know we’re onto a good thing.”
The party is set across 20 stages with entertainment scheduled throughout the 24 hours across 12 venues including Kings Cross Hotel, The Marly, The Bank, Goros, The Golden Sheaf, The Albion Parramatta, Barangaroo House, The Erko, Public House Petersham, The Sackville Rozelle, Darlo Bar, and The Clock Surry Hills.