Supported by Anoush + DJ Kazillion + DJ Farid Kollect

SAT 23 DEC @ 8:45PM

$37 + Booking Fee
(02) 9550 3666
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The first Christmas in Tehran was held in 2013. The concept of creating a little Tehran in the courtyard of the Factory was a great success. As guests walk into the venue, they pass through street-style food vendors selling delights such as “kalbas” and “olovieh” rolls, Persian sweets and “faal-e gerdoo”.

This year’s EastWest Christmas in Tehran will have an amazing live music and DJ line-up with Sydney’s most sought-after Persian artist Anoush as well as BIA2 resident DJ Kazillion. DJ Farid Kollect will open the dance party.


Anoush has been active since 1984 in Australia and abroad as a performer, songwriter and producer. His resume includes working with major Iranian stars and performing in front of a capacity crowd (100,000) at Tehran Aryamehr (Azadi) Stadium. He has been the resident performer at Sydney’s Persian Basement (formerly Anahita) since 2010 and he is the most sought-after artist in Australia for Iranian weddings and other celebrations. His Norooz event in Sydney is the most successful and longest-running Persian event in Australia.


Sydney’s very own DJ Kazillion has been a resident DJ on Radio Javan (Renaissance 2013-15), and currently a resident DJ on BIA2 (EastWest Podcast since 2015). He has performed in front of thousands at major Iranian events in Sydney such as 4-Shanbeh Soori and many Norooz events. Kazillion started the EastWest parties in Sydney back in 2011 attracting major Persian DJ talents such as Bia2’s resident DjBlutex, Radio Javan’s DJ Taba and Triple J’s Nina Las Vegas.


DJ Farid Kollect has been a resident DJ at New Zealand’s biggest Hip-hop and R&B clubs. DJ Farid has DJ’d in support of most of NZ’s Iranian concerts and other events in Auckland for the past 10 years. He has worked and played alongside some of the biggest names in the Persian music scene. He was part of the line-up at the very first EastWest party in Sydney back in 2011. He is well-known for his skills in mashing-up Iranian and hip-hop genres together.