GET READY: Tigerlily will perform at the Racehorse Hotel on Friday and says she is ‘ready to party’ with her Ipswich fans.
GET READY: Tigerlily will perform at the Racehorse Hotel on Friday and says she is ‘ready to party’ with her Ipswich fans. Contributed

DJ Tigerlily set to paint the town

THE Racehorse Hotel better get ready, because one of Australia's hottest DJs is planning on bringing the house down with an explosion of colour.

Tigerlily has taken Australia and the world by storm, and is now among the country's most recognisable and loved DJs.

Throughout her life Tigerlily has had a love for music, playing piano and writing from an early age.

It was when she turned 18 that her desire to DJ began to build, going out clubbing and seeing the resident DJs at work.

She saw a space in the market for a new cool and funky DJ, and she wanted to play music her way, instead of relying on another person to control the hits.

Her career has since taken off, playing to energetic crowds in both Las Vegas and Malaysia in recent years.

In Malaysia she supported the superstar Tiesto in front of around 30,000 people, and lists this as a huge highlight of her life so far.

As well as this she has a home club in Sydney called Passion Nightclub, performing a show that is completely built around her and her style of music.

As part of her identity she has dyed her hair various bright colours, but has settled on turquoise as it best suits her complexion, and is instantly recognisable by fans.

Tigerlily knows her upcoming show at the Racehorse will be lots of fun, and knows that the people of Ipswich certainly like to have a good time.

"It'll be a crazy, colourful, fun show, I'll be getting on the mic and playing features everyone can sing along to," she said.

"You guys know how to party, that's for sure."

Tigerlily will perform at the Racehorse Hotel on Friday from 8pm.



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