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PO Box 122
Kingsgrove, NSW, 2208

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Full Throttle Entertainment Pty Ltd (FTE) is a full-service entertainment production and design house based in Sydney Australia
Specialising in boutique Audio, Lighting and Video solutions,
focused on delivering the best-in-class production for festivals,
nightclubs, live shows, corporate events and high-end, no compromise venue installations.

I-Manifest Not-For-Profit Support


The Full Throttle Entertainment blog contains case studies and event reports along with educational material relating to audio, lighting and visual production.


I-Manifest Not-For-Profit Support

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Thursday April 18, Full Throttle Entertainment (FTE) put down the glamour and glitz of the high-end nightclub scene to support I-Manifest, Sydney’s newest not-for-profit for creative youth.

The I-Manifestival Street and Laneway Party took place at the Ambush Gallery in Waterloo. A stellar all female DJ lineup from Australia’s leading agencies in electronic music included Ariane Hall (Modular), Kali (Picnic Touring and Events), Gabby (Finely Tuned), R.I.A (N.Z) and Ray Ray, who found their DJ booth home in the Geodisc Project, the latest installation by new wave creative agency, Astral Projekt (Vivid 2013).

Full Throttle Entertainment proudly supported the event at with a Funktion One sound system and full sound set up extending across 2 rooms.

“It’s awesome to be part of a collective of people who are getting behind Sydney’s youth, supporting talent and fostering opportunities; all for a better creative future in Australia. It was a pleasure to provide sound!” FTE Director, Adam Ward

Sponsors included Al Carbon Food Truck, Yullis, Tsuru Food Truck, Kopaberg, Clinique, and Little Creatures to name a few.

The event raised over $8,000, which will go towards I-Manifest STUDIO, a two week festival of programs as part of Vivid Ideas, which will provide opportunity to over 150 creative youth to pursue a future in the creative industries.