Over the last nine years, House of Mince has thrown parties unlike any other in Sydney. Whether in a Marrickville warehouse; a sweaty inner-city club; dancing in the clouds at Sydney Tower or feeling the harbour breeze at Sydney Opera House, locations change but the vibe remains the same. House of Mince’s atmosphere of elation and freedom comes from impeccable curation of DJs and the Mince crowd that congregate with an infectious eagerness to dance and rejoice in togetherness.
Partly because of House of Mince’s partnerships with Berlin institutions Berghain and Cocktail D’amore, Mince fosters a like-minded queer community to that of its Berlin counterparts – you’re likely to see people dancing in next to nothing and you’ll see more colours at Mince!
HoM is an official partner of Berghain / Ostgut Ton for Aus tours and bookings plus have multiple bookings with Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras, Boiler Room, UNited We Stream, Dark Mofo, Subsonic, Vivid to name a few festivals.
A Guy Called Gerald | Aerea Negrot | ASMARA (Nguzunguzu) | Ben Drayton | Boris | Cakes Da Killa | CHRISTEENE | Claire Morgan | Discodromo | DJ Kiti | Hannah Holland | Hard Ton | Honey Dijon | Honey Soundsystem | House of Ladosha | Ian Pooley | Jason Kendig | Jonny Woo | Kim Ann Foxman | Lakuti | Le1f | Massimiliano Pagliara | Mess Kid | MikeQ | Mr.Ties | Njena Reddd Foxxx | Princess Nokia | Rizzla | Roi Perez | Tama Sumo | Volvox | Zebra Katz
Shifted | Etapp Kyle | Maurice Fulton | Eric Cloutier | Mary Velo | Blanck Mass | Efdemin | Tim Sweeney | Mike Servito | RØDHÅD | Marcel Dettmann | Roman Flügel | Voices from the Lake | Prosumer | Baba Stiltz | Tom of England | Soul Clap | Wolf + Lamb | Mykki Blanco | NGUZUNGUZU | Florian Kupfer | Shaun J Wright | Tom Trago | Horse Meat Disco | Trus'me | DJ Sprinkles | Terre Thaemlitz | Limp Wrist | JD Samson | Marcellus Pittman | Heidi | Yo! Majesty | Fischerspooner | Margaret Dygas | Nancy Whang | secretsundaze
The House of Mince acknowledges the Gadigal people of the Eora nation, who are the traditional owners of the land on which our celebrations are held on. Always was, always will be Aboriginal Land.