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Example For Stereosonic 2012?

Written by Marc Zanotti on May 17, 2012

Stoney Roads have put two and two together and surmised that UK dubstep act Example may play at this year’s Stereosonic Festival.

Example Instragramed the following image of Bondi Beach with the caption: “Goodbye Australia. See you again in November when i’ll be doing some shows with my band!”.

As Stoney Road points out, the timing and the fact that Example is bringing the whole band would seem to indicate an appearance at Stereosonic 2012.

Music Feeds previously reported that DJ Superstar, Tiesto, let slip via his Twitter account that he’ll be playing at this year’s festival.

Stereosonic 2012 Dates

Saturday November 24th – Sydney
Sunday November 25th – Perth
Saturday 1st December – Melbourne
Saturday 1st December – Adelaide
Sunday 2nd December – Brisbane

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