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Stereosonic 2012 Melbourne – Set Times, Map + Travel Information

Written by Marc Zanotti on November 30, 2012

The next phase of Stereosonic takes place this Saturday, December 1, 2012 at The Melbourne Showgrounds. The first day of summer will kick off in a massive way for those attending the music festival with acts such as Major Lazer, Carl Cox, Calvin Harris, French Fries, Beni, Nina Las Vegas and loads more.

Update 01/12/2012: Watch The Stereosonic Melbourne Live Stream Now

One of the main draw-cards Example recently spoke about the caliber of lineup and his desire to collaborate with Tiesto any many other Stereosonic acts. With so much talent crammed into one day festival-goers will face the dilemma of deciding who to see.

Well fortunately Stereosonics have posted every possible piece of information you’ll need to not only know which acts play when but also how to make your way to Melbourne Showgrounds. However, if you’re of the lazier persuasion and can’t be bothered navigating your way to the festival’s site then simply scroll down because Music Feeds as lifted the info dumped into one handy article.

Stereosonic 2012 Melbourne Set Times

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Stereosonic 2012 Melbourne Map

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Stereosonic Artist Signing Timetable

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Stereosonic Sydney Travel Information


The Melbourne Showgrounds venue is conveniently serviced by bus, train, tram and taxi services. The transport services to the venue are also designed to cope effortlessly with numerous visitors.


Melbourne Showgrounds are accessible by two bus services:

Bus No. 472 (Williamstown to Moonee Ponds) stops along Langs Road and Epsom Road
Bus No. 404 (Footscray to Moonee Ponds) stops on the corner of Epsom and Ascot Vale Roads.

The No. 57 tram (West Maribyrnong to Elizabeth Street, City) stops at the main entrance (Gate 1) of Melbourne Showgrounds on Epsom Road.


Stereosonic Train Services will be operating to and from Melbourne Showgrounds on the day of the event. Please find journey details below:


Trains will depart from Southern Cross Station regularly every 10 minutes between 11:15 am and 4:35pm.


Trains will depart from Melbourne Showgrounds every 5 minutes between 8:30pm and 11pm
Please check for timetable information.


Parking is available for $10 at the Melbourne Showgrounds. Please enter via Leonard Crescent off Langs rd.

*Please note: Parking is limited in the area, we suggest using public transport services as the most appropriate mode of transport to and from the venue.


13 Cabs – 13 3337

Silver top – 131 008

Road Closures

None known at this time. More information visit –

Public Pick-up Point

There is a ‘Public Set Down Area’ on herb Elliot Drive, all private pickups are advised to be planned from this point.

*Visit to get the most up-to-date information on timetables for Melbourne Showgrounds Services.


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