Boy George joins Vivid Music program with exclusive DJ set in Sydney

Vivid Music Sydney Boy GeorgeVivid Music has announced international pop-icon Boy George will perform an exclusive DJ set on the rooftop terrace of Darling Harbour’s Café Del Mar on Sunday 12 June.

Vivid Sydney is the world’s largest festival of light, music and ideas and features 195 music events. The Vivid Music program features music performances across 28 venues, with over 1300 hours of music for visitors to experience. This will be Boy George’s only DJ performance in Australia and limited to 500 tickets.

“Boy George is universally recognised as one of the world’s most iconic pop artists. It is exciting to add this internationally acclaimed artist to the diverse and comprehensive Vivid Music line-up,” said Stephen Ferris, Vivid Music curator.

“The Vivid Music program continues to expand every year showcasing international music artists including Bjork and New Order, as well as local legends Archie Roach and Don Walker. It is a program that offers something for everyone from rock, pop and cabaret, to dance music, and hip hop and I encourage all visitors to get out to venues across the city over the next few weeks to experience these events.”

The exclusive DJ set will be performed at Café del Mar which offers a perfect viewing spot to see Vivid Sydney overlooking Darling Harbour where guests can enjoy the Harbour installations whilst watching and dancing Boy George. Support artists include: Kate Monroe, Johnny Gleeson, Mark Dynamix, and Husky Rodd Riches feat Arnott Olssen.

“I’m so excited to be performing alongside these amazing Sydney light shows. I’ve seen the photography from across the globe so it’s going to be a special moment for me,” said Boy George.

An Intimate Afternoon with Boy George takes place on Sunday 12 June at Café del Mar, Darling Harbour. For more information, and tickets, visit: www.ticketbooth.com.au. For more information about Vivid Sydney, visit: www.vividsydney.com.au for details.

Image: Boy George (supplied)

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