And it is not a political fundraiser for the Labor Party.
Instead DJ Albo – aka the shadow minister for Infrastructure and Transport Anthony Albanese – will be spinning tunes on June 22 to raise funds for Reclinkahead of the Community Cup on June 26 at Elsternwick Park.
The Labor frontbencher and DJ has promised a set to appeal to locals, with bands hailing from, and songs about the Victorian capital.
A proud Sydneysider, DJ Albo says Melbourne has a fantastic musical history of songwriters and a unique sound.
"Paul Kelly, Dan Sultan, I think Courtney Barnett has a very Melbourne sound," the frontbench DJ said.
And while his set list is not finalised, he did promise Paul Kelly's From St Kilda to Kings Cross, Dan Sultan's Old Fitzroy, Weddings Parties Anything's Under the Clocks and Courtney Barnett'sNobody really cares if you don't go to the party.
"It's an awesome song. And it's great to dance to," DJ Albo said.
Nick Cave and Hunters and Collectors will also get a spin.
Joining him on stage will be Tim Rogers' band The Draught Dodgers, and DJ Mermaid.
On Saturday, Mr Albanese will pledge that an elected Labor government would restore $2.4 million of funding for Reclink over the next four years.
Reclink provides and promotes sports and art programs for the disadvantaged but had its annual $600,000 of federal funding cut in the 2014 budget.
The Community Cup between the Megahertz and Rockdogs has became a cult fixture on Melbourne's footy calendar and since the first game in 1993, has gone national.
Labor says it is restoring funding because Reclink filled a gap in the social welfare system by engaging with the disadvantaged, which reduces pressure on Commonwealth spending.
DJ Albo's Melbourne:
- Hunters and Collectors Holy Grail
- Courtney Barnett Aqua Profonda
- Dan Sultan Old Fitzroy
- Weddings Parties Anything Under the clocks
- Paul Kelly From St Kilda to Kings Cross