The festival’s co-founder says it’s not the real deal.
Looks like Stereo might still return “bigger and better” in 2017.
“He was an organised and experienced person in drug supply.”
One coming this December!
Frank Cotela reckons it didn’t have anything to do with drug overdoses.
The festival will take a “hiatus” in 2016.
A lot of you seem to think the biggest loser will be gym memberships.
According to a new report from The Daily Tele.
“We strongly support any policies or initiatives that would minimise harm, reduce drug use and make events a safer environment for patrons”
A mix of well known names and unexpected underdogs from Australia made the cut.
However, organisers say it won’t affect the festival.
Tackling “the steroid issue and ‘gym hulk’ mentality in Australia” is part of it, says Richie McNeil.
Police are cracking down after last week’s tragedy at the festival’s Sydney leg.
SFX Entertainment, the company which owns Australian electronic music festival Stereosonic, is facing new ownership. The organisation is selling its assets at the same time they’re facing a looming refund-based hell resulting from thousands of punters being left stranded overnight in mud and rain at its TomorrowWorld festival in the US state of Georgia. In
A new Australian mini-festival has been launched in what appears to be some kind of musical protest against electronic behemoth Stereosonic, which has picked up its fair share of haters (and lovers) over the years. The new festival, which is literally called “F@#K Stereo’s // Let’s ROCK”, is being hosted in Adelaide this December, and
Full lineup drops soon!
Claremont Council claim residents have been left fuming following the recent Western Australian leg of the Stereosonic Festival. Stephen Goode, the Town of Claremont chief executive, told In My Community the council actually had photographs of people defecating, urinating and vomiting to prove their allegations. “Comments from residents suggest it was the worst ever …