Teens ready to rave on Saturday
TEENS will flock to the Whitsunday Arts and Culture Centre this Saturday for Limitless Underage.
The teen rave will host three nationally-acknowledged DJs’ Jake Foster, Dirty Treble and Tenzin.
Jake Foster is one of South Sydney's most popular up and coming DJ's at the age of 18.
He has performed at Stereosonic, Soundwave, Goodlife, Future Music Festival, The Grand Illawarra, Hostage Wollongong, Cloud 9, Supernova and many Schoolies events.
Dirty Treble (Jon Miller) promises to take ravers on a journey with his vast DJ set. He prides himself on understanding perfectly how to unite dance floors with atmospheric blends of house, hypnotic vocals, tech house, Dutch house, electro and elements of Progressive.
With another show booked at Boom Nightclub that night, youngsters can catch interna- tionally-acclaimed Tenzin first at Limitless Underage. Currently at Future Music Festival and with regular residencies like Marquee Sydney, Tenzin boasts a ferocious blend of house, electro and self-commanding party-dub.
Limitless Underage will be an alcohol and drug free event strictly opened to 13-17-yearolds.
Event organiser, 16-year-old Sophie Wellard, wanted to create an underage rave in her hometown after attending similar events in Sydney.
“I am excited to bring a part of the city to Airlie Beach,” she said.
“By throwing this I am hoping to get out to teenagers that you don't need drugs and alcohol to have a good time.”
“I want everyone to be talking about it for a week after saying how much fun they had and I want there to be a popular demand to bring it back so I can make the next one better than this will be which is going to be pretty hard to beat but not impossible.”
FESTIVAL ACT: Tenzin will play at both the Whitsunday Arts and Culture Centre and Boom Nightclub.
PARTY GIRL: Limitless Underage event organiser Sophie Wellard will host the first teen rave in town that's not part of a schoolies event.
HEAD START: 18-year-old Sydney DJ Jake Foster.