Slum Sociable Announces the First Annual X-Mas Special

Melbourne’s much-loved purveyors of good times, Slum Sociable, are thrilled to announce that The First Annual Slum Sociable X-Mas Special will take place at Corner Hotel on Thursday 13 December.

Set to become one of the most anticipated shows on the calendar, The First Annual Slum Sociable X-Mas Special boasts an enviable line-up featuring a host of very special home town guests – the always-mesmerising Two People and buzzing new artist Ro – alongside Slum Sociable themselves. The night of festive cheer will be complete with a very special guest DJ all the way from the North Pole and candy canes up for grabs on arrival.

This will be Slum’s first local appearance since their heaving mid-year Night Cat show which sold out weeks in advance. The show will see them play a swag of exciting new material alongside older favourites and earlier 2018 singles including ‘Do Something About It’ and ‘Can’t Figure It Out. Both of the latter tracks have had a huge response from fans and picked up numerous playlists across Spotify and Apple in Australia, the US and Asia nearing 2.5 million combined streams. The band’s red-hot cover of Mark Ronson’s ‘Somebody To Love Me’  also just popped up on triple J’s celebrated Like a Version Vol 14 album released last week. Fans should keep their ears open for an addictive new Slum single to drop in the coming weeks.

Melbourne’s Two People have been winning fans around the globe with their captivating performances since their live debut at Splendour in the Grass earlier this year. They were one of the genuine highlights at the recent Big Sound festival winning over punters and international industry alike and have since secured a very exciting US record label partner that will be announced soon. Their stunning new single ‘In the Garden’ premiered on triple Good Night’s overnight.

Newcomer Ro bust onto the scene a few months back with the addictive debut track ‘Diary’ and has since upped the stakes with the brilliant follow up ‘F**ked Up Over You’. Her live show should definitely not be missed.

Fans are urged to get in early, claim their candy cane and egg nog (may or may not be available) and settle in for a brilliant night of local music and festive vibes.

Tickets on sale now!