Top DJ tal­ent Will Sparks at Mama’s in Air­lie Beach

Whitsunday Times - - CHILL IN THE WHITSUNDAYS -

SU­PER­STAR DJ Will Sparks is per­form­ing at Air­lie’s Mama Africa night­club tonight.

At only 20-years-old, this young Mel­bournebased DJ and pro­ducer has al­ready ce­mented his po­si­tion as the undis­puted king of the now glob­ally loved and recog­nised ‘ Mel­bourne Sound’.

Sparks is also the fastest ris­ing star in the cur­rent Aus­tralian dance mu­sic scene.

Since his genre-defin­ing track ‘ Ah Yeah’ made num­ber three on the Beat­port charts at the end of 2012, the Mel­bourne-bred sen­sa­tion has con­tin­ued to pick up a string of ac­co­lades.

Ranked num­ber two Aus­tralian DJ in the In The Mix top 50 DJ’s, Sparks also won the In the Mix Awards gong for last year’s Breakthrough Artist of the Year.

He was head-hunted to remix ‘ Blurred Lines’ – one of the big­gest pop songs of 2013 and also, he em­barked on his de­but North Amer­i­can and Euro­pean tours.

His praised mu­si­cal tal­ent and en­er­getic elec­tro-house beats have earned him sup­port from some of the big­gest per­form­ing artists of today.

Mama’s mar­ket­ing and pro­mo­tions man­ager Mark Ri­ley said Will Sparks was a spe­cial DJ be­cause of his fol­low­ing, his pro­duc­tion tal­ent and his ca­pa­bil­ity to bring mass crowds to all his gigs, play­ing in front of 100,000-plus crowds at the big­gest fes­ti­vals in Aus­tralia and over­seas.

“To have Will Sparks in Mama Africa is not only good for the club but great for Air­lie Beach,” he said.

“We need to get the party go­ers back into town and this is an­other big step Mama Africa are tak­ing to help this cause.”

Gen­eral tick­ets cost $30 and are sell­ing fast. VIP tick­ets cost $80 and when the

went to press there were only limited num­bers left.

For more in­for­ma­tion or to buy tick­ets email mark@ma­maafrica.com.au.

DJ SEN­SA­TION: One of Aus­tralia's top DJ's Will Sparks will be bring­ing the house down at Air­lie's Mama Africa tonight.

SUSPERSTAR: Will Sparks is com­ing to Mama Africa tonight to en­ter­tain the crowds.

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