Super-house duo andhim, Boogs and more to play Melbourne day party!

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Super-house duo andhim, Boogs and more to play Melbourne day party!

Summer was already looking pretty damn fine with longer days and longer nights, and now you’ve got a reason to get your butt into party mode a smidgen earlier with the announce of Piknic Electronik’s summer season.

For those not in the know, Piknic Electronik is a global phenomenon that originated in Montreal and has since expanded around the world with stops in Barcelona, Santiago, Austin and Dubai, with the event now in its fifth slash six year in Melbourne.

What makes it so special? The concept is simple… combine beautiful outdoor spots and incredible DJs on a Sunday – perfection right?

Last year featured local lad Mall Grab, as well as internationals Jeremy Olander, KiNK and plenty more and it looks like the 2019/20 season is going even bigger.

Who’s penned? Veteran selectors Carl Cox and Eric Powell with their ultra fun Mobile Disco, Detroit purveyor Moodyman, old school master Mr G, the return of Nastia, deep dudes Andhim and even more.

They’ll be backed by a raft of local selectors including Boogs, Laura King, Brian Fantana, BINI and more so quality is assured!

Piknic Electronik Season Six Lineups

Party One – November 17th
Carl Cox and Eric Powell Mobile Disco (event here)

Party Two – December 15th
Moodyman, Mr G (Live), John ‘Jammin’ Collins, Matt Radovich & Miss Farina

^ Sydney also gets it’s own version with Moodymann and Mr G. Check the details here.

Party Three – January 19th
Nastia, Laura King, Interstellar Fugitives & Kia (Event here)

Party Four – February 16th
Andhim, Boogs, Brian Fantana & BINI (event here)

Party Five – March 29th
Bart Skils, BEC and Dave Clarke (event here)

Party Six – April 5th
Peggy Gou and more (event here)

When: Sunday 3pm – 10pm
Where: South Side at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl – Kings Domain, Melbourne
Tickets: Starting at $30 with season passes also available here


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