TMRW Music to book electronic acts for Sunshine Coast’s NightQuarter
TMRW Music has been appointed the electronic music booker for newly-opened Sunshine Coast live music space NightQuarter.
TMRW Music Group includes the agencies Poster Child and Soapbox, which is behind EDM events such as Ministry of Sound Classics and Eighty-Six Events.
The bookings will be led by TMRW’s general manager Trent Grimes.
The partnership hits the ground running with an Eighty-Six event taking place this Saturday, featuring a lineup of Jacknife, Yvng Jalapeño, Lowdown and Getorix. Next month, on December 5, NightQuarter will host Will Sparks and Stafford Brothers.
Huge lineups for New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day will be announced imminently.
Grimes said, “Myself and my colleagues here at TMRW Music Group are thrilled to be working alongside [NightQuarter co-owners Michelle Christoe and Ian Van der Woude] and the NightQuarter team on the Sunshine Coast as the venue’s electronic booker.
“We have lots of great shows in the works and are looking forward to what’s in store at this amazing new live entertainment venue.”
Christoe added, “We are so excited to be hosting this line-up of internationally renowned acts as a Sunshine Coast first.
“These acts often aren’t available to us as they are overseas so to have them at our venue is a treat for the local community.”
NightQuarter initially operated for three years in Helensvale on the Gold Coast. It was a popular, award-winning spot, taking out best regional venue at the Gold Coast Music Awards. However, it closed its doors there on February 1, 2019, after the landlord doubled the rent. It later found a new home alongside the $830 million Stockland Birtinya Shopping Centre.
The $8 million, 7,000 square metre precinct includes four stages, street art, market stalls and food, vintage amusement rides, and vintage and design markets on Sunday afternoons.