It’s arguably Australia’s biggest dance and electronic festival – and today, Future Music Festival begins its 2013 adventure in Brisbane!
Reformed veteran UK rockers The Stone Roses and The Prodigy lead the bill, supported by global megastar DJ Avicii, Bloc Party, recent Grammy winners Fun, Twitter queen (and sometimes rapper) Azaelia Banks and local heroes The Temper Trap. And, just ’cause you can’t escape him just yet, PSY will be sending the park crazy with Gangnam Style (and whatever else he’s gonna play to pad out his half hour set) in the mid-afternoon.
Music Feeds has put together all the info you need to make sure you get to the festival safely and have a killer day out. The timetable and map are at the bottom of the page, while public transport info is located right below that.
Saturday, 2nd March – Doomben Racecourse, Brisbane
PUBLIC TRANSPORT INFORMATION:
The best way to get to Future Music Festival is by taking the train to Doomben station, which is a short walk from the racecourse.
A handful of special trains have been scheduled to run from Roma Street to Doomben station – with the journey taking just over 20 minutes. Each of these services will be stopping all stations.
You can catch these services departing from Roma Street at the following times: 12.53pm, 1.53pm, 2.33pm, 2.53pm and 3.23pm.
Passengers travelling on the Caboolture or Shorncliffe train lines should change trains at Eagle Junction.
Passengers travelling on the Beenleigh, Gold Coast, Ferny Grove and Ipswich/Rosewood lines should change trains at Central or Bowen Hills.
The closest bus service is route 301, which stops near the racecourse on Hampden Street.
For more information visit Translink Brisbane and use the ‘Journey Planner’.