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BWS is excited to announce that world-renowned DJ Fisher will headline an exclusive BWS Cool Room gig to celebrate his drinks brand Hard Fizz. It will be Fisher's first headline show back in Australia for 2024.

The Grammy and ARIA-award nominated and multi-platinum selling DJ and Producer will headline an exclusive free event on Thursday, 15 February at the Hard Fizz headquarters in Burleigh Heads.

It’s all  as part of the BWS Cool Room series that saw international hip-hop superstar Armani White, surf-rock legends Lime Cordiale and electronic sensation Memphis LK all play exclusive free events inside giant, purpose-built-stage-come-fridges for fans.

BWS Head of Brand Marketing An Le said the event was a perfect nexus of music, drinks and entertainment.

“Landing Fisher for our next BWS Cool Room to celebrate Hard Fizz is the ultimate win and a testament to the success we’ve had so far in bringing fans closer to the hottest artists inside the coolest stage in music.

“BWS Cool Room is all about celebrating the energy and fun of music and drinks and there isn’t a better artist to help us do this than Fisher!”, said An Le, Head of Brand Marketing at BWS.

Queensland-born Fisher is known for his wild sense of humour and energetic DJing style, he has taken the world by storm since his breakout track “Losing it” earned him his first Grammy nomination.

Fast-forward to 2024 and the track has now amassed well over half a billion streams, cementing its status as one of the biggest dance records of the decade in the process. His production spans electro-charged house anthems to intricate tech-imbued melodies, while reverberating basslines are layered with filtered vocals that every dancefloor aficionado can appreciate.  

Fisher is one of the world’s most in demand dance music acts, gracing the stages of high-profile international music festivals and has completed residencies in Las Vegas and Ibiza, played a float at Carnival in Brazil before 250,000 people, hosted his own South Beach pool party at the Delano Hotel during Miami Music Week, and nailed headline sets at Coachella.

“Having played shows all over the world, I can honestly say there is nothing better coming home and playing to an Aussie crowd,” he said.

“Aussies just get it. The vibe, the mood, the energy - you know what you’re going to get when you play to a room full of people that just want to have a good time.

“Also, I have never performed in a giant fridge before! This will be such a cracking gig and a banging party on my home turf.  Bring it on!”