Due to the Federal Government’s current 1 February travel ban affecting visitors who have been in mainland China, select performers from Nocturnal x Asia TOPA are currently unable to travel to Melbourne. We’re planning to reschedule this performance once circumstances permit and hope you’ll join us for the date to be announced.
If you hold a ticket to this event, you will be contacted when new dates are confirmed, and your original ticket will remain valid for the new show. If you cannot make the new date when announced, please contact your place of purchase for a refund.
If you have any other queries, contact Arts Centre Melbourne Box Office on 1300 182 183 or visit their Box Office at 10am-8pm, Monday-Saturday. We apologise for any inconvenience this may have caused and look forward to welcoming you at an Asia TOPA event soon.
Asia TOPA takes over Melbourne Museum’s for a special edition of Nocturnal which celebrates China’s most exciting new music, curated by tastemakers IndieWorks China.
Headliners Click#15, one of China’s hottest bands, bring their quirky brand of funk to Australia for the first time. Signed to Taihe Music Group, Click#15 became a household name following their appearance on wildly popular Chinese TV show The Big Band.
Beijing-based indie rock darlings Carsick Cars are back with a new album and a whole new generation of fans. Having toured with the likes of Sonic Youth and performed at All Tomorrow’s Parties, Primavera Sound and SXSW, Carsick Cars return to Melbourne for a blistering set deep within the wilds of the Museum.
Dubbed the first live electronic act in China, Jungle Mico Project draws on drum’n’bass, techno and breakbeat to deliver a completely unique musical experience. In this special performance, traditional singers from the Single Dragon Tribe in Yunnan join Jungle Mico Project to perform their new collaboration.
Also on the bill is mysterious band Cùn-Tiě, set to rock the Museum after dark.