Melbourne Renegades: Inspired Unemployed to perform stadium debut at Marvel Melbourne Derby

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The Inspired Unemployed, our favourite local larrikins and social media stars, will make their stadium debut when the Melbourne Renegades host the Stars at Marvel Stadium on 13 January.

In a BBL-first stage performance, the infectious pair of Jack Steele and Matt ‘Falcon’ Ford will be pulling out all the stops with a pre-game and innings-break DJ set as well as provide special commentary during the highly anticipated RMIT Melbourne Derby.

Renowned for their infectious humour and vibrant online presence, The Inspired Unemployed have been sharing their exploits with the United States of late but are flying home especially for this one-off show.

The comedy duo are excited to mix their love of cricket with their love of performing and take their DJing to a whole new level.

“We’re excited and nervous! Wow, our stadium debut,” Jack and Falcon said.

“Could be the first and last, we will see. But we’re going to give it our best!”

The Inspired Unemployed promise an unforgettable experience that goes beyond the boundaries of traditional stadium entertainment. Fans can expect a blend of beats, humor and insightful commentary that will elevate the atmosphere at Marvel Stadium to unprecedented heights.

The Melbourne Renegades and Inspired Unemployed are offering fans premium seats for premium laughs with the chance to be up close in a dedicated bay on Level 2 as the Inspired Unemployed wow the crowd.

Hurry, limited seats are available!

CLICK HERE to secure your place in the Inspired Unemployed bay from just $49.


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