Both DJs will be playing a single date each in the city, before joining forces for Future Classic's Sydney Festival party.
Vito de Luca is one half of Belgian duo Aeroplane, and will be spinning at Sorry Grandma! this Friday night. The show will serve as the DJ's return to the Australian club environment after spending time on last year's Parklife festival tour. Meanwhile, Jackson—who gained fame as the founder of the Output Recordings label in the mid-'90s—will be stepping into Melbourne for the first time. Jackson has made it very clear that he enjoys playing extended sets, and to celebrate his debut, House deFrost have obliged the man, giving him a full four hours to work his magic with. Both DJs will also be appearing at Sydney Festival's Future Classic night, which takes place on January 23rd at Beck's Festival Bar.