All your favourite Aussie artists are throwing a Hottest 100 party in St Kilda this weekend

With All Proceeds Going Towards The Red Cross

In case you forgot, Triple J's Hottest 100 for 2019 goes down this Saturday. If you haven't gotten around to organising your own party yet, never fear: we've got the goss on something big that might just tantalise you.

Organised by local rock dogs Kingswood, Hot Stacks & Fat Tracks is set to go down at The Saint Hotel on Saturday from midday onwards, and will feature a whole bunch of raffles, auctions and games going down alongside the countdown. Following the conclusion of the Hottest 100, some of Australia's best acts are taking to the decks to jog out some bangers to keep you kicking on into the night, with Bad // Dreems, British India, Ecca Vandal, Gen Fricker, Hayley Mary, Johnny Took from DMA’s, Kingswood, Kira Puru, Mimi, Northeast Party House and Slum Sociable locked in for sets.


Entry is baded off a donation on the door, and all proceeds from the night are also being donated to Red Cross Australia ’s Disaster Relief & Recovery Fund,  The Foundation for Rural & Regional Renewal Disaster Resilience and Recovery Fund and Greening Australia.



Kingswood frontman and event organiser Fergus Linacre discussed Hot Tracks & Fat Stacks in a statement today, saying “Inspired by so many others in our industry, we thought that triple j’s hottest 100, an event in which so many Australians band together to celebrate music, was the perfect opportunity in which we could raise some seriously needed funds ”


Hot Tracks & Fat Stacks goes down at The Saint Hotel in St. Kilda this Saturday from 12pm onwards - go get amongst it.