Northeast Party House announce virtual warehouse party

It will be live-streamed on their socials later this month

Northeast Party House have announced they’ll be hosting a virtual warehouse party later this month.

The outfit shared a poster for the event on socials today (September 10), revealing that it will be free and live-streamed across their Instagram, Facebook and YouTube pages.

They’ll be performing two sets at the virtual warehouse party on September 25, a live set that kicks off at 9pm AEST, followed by a DJ set at 9.30pm.


It’s some positive news from the group after they rescheduled their already-postponed tour yesterday (September 9). Their ‘Shelf Life’ tour was originally scheduled for August and September, but the band made the call in April to push it back to November and December, due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

In their most recent update, the band said the shows have been moved to next year, taking place across April and May.

“It kills us to have to do this to you again but we have had to reschedule our Shelf Life tour dates to April/May 2021 due the ongoing Covid situation,” they wrote.

“This year has been bullshit but the d floor beers at the end of the tunnel will be all the more sweet when we get there.”


Northeast Party House released ‘Shelf Life’ earlier this year, their fourth studio album and first LP since 2016’s ‘Dare’.

Last month, they released a remix of Cub Sport and Mallrat’s track ‘Break Me Down’, off the Brisbane band’s latest album ‘Like Nirvana’.