The Grand Central Dome in Liverpool’s Renshaw Street has already proved to be a huge hit with partygoers intent on a great night out, all based around live music and DJ events, and the buzz is already building around Stardust, who will be hosting one of their legendary nights there this autumn.
Stardust is the brainchild of two of the city’s most successful promoters, Pez Tellett and Peter Wilson, who have both earned solid reputations for attracting the very best talent.
Stardust has already enjoyed a hugely successful run of events, building its own global following after already hosting internationally renowned and recognised artists such as Purple Disco Machine, Mousse T, Dr. Packer, Danny Krevit, Full Intention, Lenny Fontana, Late Night Tuff Guy and The Reflex, to name but a few. This next event is one which is already creating a huge wave of excitement.
Devoted to music lovers who are all about infectious disco and house energy, the night will be an unforgettable event filled with mirror ball beats, non-stop dancing, featuring a stellar line up designed to draw in the most discerning of crowds.
The confirmed acts are the best-of-the-best, with Dimitri From Paris in place as the headliner. This elegantly devoted dance music fanatic has a career which has already spanned three decades, and is a cult figure for dance music connoisseurs. His eclectic taste, which he will be bringing to Stardust, takes inspiration from 70’s funk and disco, through to house, with reference to 50’s and 60’s cult movie soundtracks. From Ibiza to Tokyo, via the Royal Albert Hall, Dmitiri From Paris brings his own uplifting sensibilities, which has seen him delight the crowds at Glitterbox this summer at The Superclub Hi.
Melon Bomb have already built a determined following and after a busy summer in Ibiza and Croatia, as well as hearing their mixes in the dance tent at Glastonbury. This team will also be bringing their explosive vibe to the Stardust event. An award-winning collective of Paul Reynolds, Scott Gray, Ben Santiago and Corbi, Melon Bomb bring with them a wealth of experience and their own unique take on straight-up house music, blended with elements of funk and disco.
Ralphie Dee will be bringing his own legendary status with him to the event. With a covetable CV spinning back to New York’s legendary, original disco days, back to the venue where Saturday Night Fever was filmed, the soundtrack of which really launched disco as a worldwide dance movement, the 2001 Odyssey Disco in Brooklyn. His career starting at just 16 meant that Ralphie Dee’s pioneering style has taken him though the 80’s to the 2020’s, having collaborated with the finest names as well as being awarded a Legends of Vinyl DJ Hall of Fame award.
A spokesperson for Stardust adds:
“This city is one which loves a party, and so it doesn’t really obey rules about seasons ending – it’s all about extending the disco vibe all-year-round.
When it came to working with a location which would be able to host this amazing Stardust event, there was really only one venue we had in mind: The Grand Central Dome. With a state-of-the-art sound system, updated lighting and venue amenities, as well as a new air-conditioning system, we needed a space which could accommodate world-class DJ sets as well as a major crowd. Its stunning original 1920’s features also add a sense of history and embrace a theatrical atmosphere.
Here at Stardust we are delighted to have signed such prestigious headlining acts for our night, each with their own flavour and reputations. Most of all, we are pleased that Liverpool as a city holds its own against some of the leading dance locations around the globe, and Stardust at The Grand Central Dome will give everyone something to look forward to this autumn.
We know the crowd will give our talented headliners a warm welcome, and in return will be provided with the best night out that the dance world has to offer.”
Stardust’s event will take place on Saturday 21st October 2023 at Grand Central Hall, Renshaw Street, Liverpool.
You can book your tickets here.