NYE 2017 is currently in planning...
Stay tuned for more info, as ticket sales and volunteer registrations open September 1
For last year's event, read on!
Glamatron NYE Festival 2016
This New Year’s Eve marks a break with social order, a radical, cyberpunk-journey beyond binary and
into a new imension.
Glamatron is your sexy, spandex-wearing, laser-eyed cyber host, beckoning you on a ride into a wormhole of sight and sound. Funk, jump and crank in Arena’s fluorescent Interplanetarium geode, or jack-in to the stomp and hard circuitry of the Motherborgboard in Trade. Set down in the space opera high glam of Cabaret, or float weightlessly through space in the digitised projections of a world beyond time.
Let yourself be broken down into the data stream. Digitise your body and mind. The future is promised to no one... let Glamatron take you there
Alex Taylor * Amanda Louise * Chip * Colin Gaff * Elscorcho * Fradge * Joal Bowman * Kirby * Kiti * Kylie Rose * L.Y.D.I.A * LADY K * Magu * Mason Andrews * Meta Etcetera * Murray Hood * Papa Tom * Platypuss * Ruby * Somerville & Wilson * Sveta
Parade: December 29
NYE Party: December 31
Pool Party: January 1
Recovery Party: January 1
Camping and Volunteering: December 27 - January 3
Camping ~ Volunteering ~ Cabaret ~ Bar ~ Art Exhibition ~ Sex and Gender Diverse Space ~ Mens Space ~ Womens Space ~ Parade
Paul Capsis: Addicted to the Nightlife
NORPA at Lismore City Hall
Paul Capsis brings his sparkle and majesty in a blast-off Cabaret, to let go and say goodbye to a challenging year!!!
Mr Capsis is a one man protest. He will not give up his right to inhabit the night with songs, with rocking out, with being a total full-on rock Queen!
The night belongs to all of us…. come celebrate this right with a night of exploring the delicious music of Patti Smith, Skyhooks, Amy Winehouse, Janis Joplin, Judy Garland, Billie Holiday, Ike and Tina Turner, Doris Day, Thelma Houston and many more…. This is a blast-off Cabaret, to let go and say goodbye to a challenging year!!! Woo Hoo!!!!!
“Paul Capsis really is a king” - Australian Stage
“Cabaret of the highest order” – The West Australian