The Return Of The ‘Big’ Festival Experience To Australia
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The Return Of The ‘Big’ Festival Experience To Australia

It wasn’t long ago we thought the big, hefty music festival was extinct in Australia with Stereosonic, Future Music and Big Day Out pulling up stumps citing costs and competition from smaller, more agile players as to blame, but the script has been flipped in 2017 with a return of the giants to fertile lands.

Those include some long-standing international players such as Sensation and Creamfields along with returning names Electric Gardens and Hard Australia as well as two more new names that are looking to call Australia home.

Each is boasting tens of thousands of punters and stacked international lineups but who will be defiant and take the title of ‘best party ever?’.

Sensation

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When: November 25th
Where: Sydney Olympic Park, Spotless Stadium
Lineup: Deadmau5, Showtek, Don Diablo and more.
Tickets: $168 – $293 (buy)

Creamfields

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When: November
Where: Melbourne
Lineup: TBA
Tickets: Sign-up for pre-sales

Electric Gardens

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When: January 2018
Where: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth
Lineup: TBA
Tickets: Sign up for pre-sales

STORM Electronic Music Festival

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When: December 9th
Where: Sydney
Lineup: TBA
Tickets: Sign-up for pre-sales

Road to ULTRA Australia

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When: February 2018
Where: Melbourne
Lineup: TBA
Tickets: Sign-up for pre-sales

Hard Australia

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When: December 2017
Where: Perth, Adelaide, Sydney and Brisbane
Lineup: TBA
Tickets: TBA

So there you have it. The fertile ground for large scale festivals is being well and truly used. Which will you be heading to?

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