Good on ’em.
Apparently 99% of tickets have been sold already so get in fast
Good Life, the world’s largest under-18s music festival, returns with a DJ-heavy lineup in 2015, including big names such as Swedish producer Avicii, Martin Garrix, Afrojack, Will Sparks, Timmy Trumpet and Joel Fletcher. Live acts included on the bill include Aussie hip hop act Bliss N Eso and pop star Havana Brown. Future Music 2015
Drake, The Prodigy and many more!
There’s just two days left for punters to enter Australian owned and operated music streaming service Guvera‘s largest ever competition, which offers Platinum subscribers the chance to combine two of life’s greatest pleasures – travel and music. The competition has already seen one winner drawn, who will be jet-setting off to Spain to catch EDM
Australian owned and operated music streaming service Guvera has launched its largest ever competition, encouraging customers to upgrade to its Platinum service by offering them the chance to to win one of three unique overseas music experiences. New and existing customers to upgrade to Platinum will get the chance to combine two of life’s greatest
Canadian progressive-house producer deadmau5, real name Joel Zimmerman, is set to close out day two of Ultra Music Festival in Miami, Florida after Swedish DJ Tim Bergling, aka Avicii was hospitalised with gall bladder issues. Avicii was set to headline the festival, and was also set to play at the SLS South Beach in Miami,
Afrojack will no longer be playing at the Melbourne Breakout Under 18’s Festival tomorrow. Promoters have issued a statement citing flight complications in the U.S as the reason for the last minute cancellation. At this stage organisers will not be refunding any tickets. From the press release: Breakout promoters and Afrojack’s touring team have exhausted