STICK MAREEBO - DJ
Stick Mareebo is one of Melbourne’s iconic DJ’s. With a career spanning 15 years, DJ’ing at several popular Melbourne night clubs, pubs and bars, including Tom Thumb, The Australian Grand Prix, The Metro, The Prince Band Room, Hard Rock Cafe ©, Heat night club at Crown and Bar Rouge at Zagames but has recently been the resident DJ at all Wine Quest events at Rochford Winery in the Yarra Valley, including the annual Cuban Jazz Festival, Grape Grazing Festival, Salsa Beats, and the annual Rhythm and Vines festival. Stick Mareebo has the ability to get your party going regardless of whom you’ve invited. With years of experience, Stick Mareebo has got the ability to read the crowd, and decide what it would take to get them on the dance floor.
Stick Mareebo is versatile in his DJ’ing style, and can adapt to play for any crowd at any party. Whether it be a wedding, engagement, 21st, significant age birthday party, Bar mitzvah, Bat mitzvah, or any special occasion.
Stick Mareebo is also a very experienced MC. He has worked for several of Melbourne’s big corporations and events, such as the Mothers Day classic, Run for the Kids, Starry Starry Night children’s charity, and the Sids and Kids red nose Ball. Stick Mareebo has also hosted the Media Room at the TV week Logie Awards on more than one occasion.
STICK MAREEBO THE RADIO PERSONALITY
Stick Mareebo’s career in radio began in the Summer of 1994 on Fox FM on the popular HOT 30 countdown show. Stick is known for whipping crowds into a frenzy whether its MC’ing a celebrity appearance, or playing at some of Melbourne’s hottest venues. Stick has got a 15 year career on commercial radio in Melbourne, starting at Fox and currently at Mix 101.1 since 2000. During this time in commercial radio, Stick has hosted several mega stars that have toured Australia including, a 25,000 strong crowd to see Hansen, Boys to Men, Take That (Robbie Williams band), Destiny’s Child, PINK, Avril Lavigne, Shaggy, Human Nature, Anastasia, Jessica Simpson, Reese Witherspoon, Will Smith, Lawrence Fishburn and many more.