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Two Floors Up

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Located in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD, Two Floors Up (TFU) is known for its music, playing some of the country’s best techno, minimal, progressive and electro.

Starting out in 2003 on Waratah Place, TFU has carried a tradition of playing the music nobody else would into the early hours of the morning. In 2007, TFU made the move to Bourke Street. In 2009, TFU was voted runner-up in Melbourne for the title of “Best Club Night Award”. In 2011, TFU moved to it current home at 189 Lonsdale Street.

It is also the birthplace to some of Australia’s finest DJs, including Adam Bartas (voted No. 1 Melbourne DJ in 2008) and Dean Paps (Orkestrated). It is also home to some of Australia’s best up and coming DJs Mickey Nox, John Doe, Heath Renata and more.

Not only has Two Floors Up developed a reputation in the Melbourne clubbing scene as a venue of choice, but it is increasingly becoming known for the music that is played there (referred to by punters as (‘TFU Music’). Renowned in Melbourne for its public holiday parties known now as Dirty Days (previously known as Dirty Dozen), many of the country’s top DJs have played at TFU.

The origin of the name is simple - the venue has 3 floors with music played on the top 2 floors.

TFU Saturdays has been and continues to be a cornerstone in Melbourne’s nightclubbing scene. If you’re yet to try it out, what are you waiting for? Every Saturday night from 10pm ‘til late.

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