Future Music Festival Announces Local Line Up

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With less than two weeks before the Future Music Festival kicks off, the local line ups have been announced in each city, and punters lucky enough to be heading along are in for a treat.

Future Entertainment have outdone themselves this year, procuring some of Australia's finest DJs, producers and live acts, who'll appear alongside the likes of David Guetta, Franz Ferdinand, The Prodigy and John Digweed.

novanation's Grant Smillie, Stafford Brothers, Ajax, Goodwill and The Aston Shuffle will all play multiple cities on the tour, ensuring nobody misses out.

In Melbourne, Yellow residents Nick Foley and Chardy will be joined by a host of the city’s finest DJs including Andy Murphy, Andee Frost, Steve Strangis and Harris Robotis – each ensuring that Victoria is definitely ‘The Place To Be’ on festival day!

While Sydney will be rocked by the sounds of the mighty Bang Gang DJs, Beni, Hook N Sling, Sam La More, Vandalism LIVE and many more superstar locals that are sure to keep the harbour city’s hands well and truly in the air from start to finish.

Brisbane sees hometown heroes Bay Gee and Raye Antonelli will be on hand to keep the party rocking Queensland-style, and Melbourne’s infamous Black Dog house ensemble are guaranteed to blow the roof off the Pure Blonde POD with their dynamic LIVE set.

Over in Perth, Micah, Kenny L and The Transients will lead the charge on the western front with some help from Stafford Brothers, Death Disco DJs, Travis and many more.

And last, but certainly not least, Adelaide will dance its cares away to the blips and beats of Melbourne’s Nick Foley while local legends DJ Brendon, Sanchez, John Doe and Def Starr are set to show exactly how and why the festival state got its name in the first place.

These local artists will join the already announced line up of:
The Prodigy
Empire Of The Sun
Franz Ferdinand
David Guetta
Booka Shade
Erick Morillo
John Digweed
Sven Vath
Above & Beyond
Boys Noize
Does It Offend You, Yeah?
Way Out West
Operator Please
Bag Raiders
Space Invadas
Jump Jump Dance Dance
Super8 & Tab
Mat Zo
Silent Disco

Catch the Future Music Festival in your city:
Saturday 27 February - BRC Doomben Racecourse, Brisbane
Sunday 28 February - Ascot Racecourse, Perth
Saturday 6 March - Randwick Racecourse, Sydney - SOLD OUT
Sunday 7 March - Flemington Racecourse, Melbourne
Monday 8 March - Rundle and Rymill Parks, Adelaide

Final tickets are available now via Ticketmaster www.ticketmaster.com.au or 136 100.




I so wish I was going, I'm so jealous....:(

by minda (20/02/2010)

why arnt you comin?

by ministryofgirl (20/02/2010)

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