“We are sick of the charged up violence you bring…”
Some Stereosonic festival goers were lucky enough to bask in the digital presence of Channel Nine Today show host Karl Stefanovic over the past few weeks. We’re not talking holograms, as glorious as that would be. We’re talking a Karl-fronted hype video for electronic duo Peking Duk, which was played before their sets at the
Almost 250 punters were collectively charged at various Stereosonic festivals held in Brisbane, Melbourne and Adelaide this weekend with the majority of offences being drug related. On top of the reported 120 Melbourne festival-goers that were busted by Victorian police, another 103 were arrested on 111 charges by Queensland police, according to the Brisbane Times,
More unwelcome news for fans attending Australian music festival Stereosonic, with over 120 Melbourne festival-goers busted by Victorian police in procession of illegal drugs. 9News reports that those caught by police were most commonly carrying ecstasy, while LSD and ice were also found. Police patrolled inside the Melbourne Showgrounds and positioned sniffer dogs at the
“It was too big to contain. When you see it, you wouldn’t want to be in it.”
UPDATE: NEW FOOTAGE SHOWS FULL EXTENT OF MASSIVE “ALL-IN BRAWL” AT STEREOSONIC Footage of an all-out brawl at the Sydney leg of Stereosonic has surfaced online. The footage (below), captured at Sydney Olympic Park over the weekend, shows a large group of festival-goers awkwardly battling it out for a number of minutes, before security personnel
Jarrad Seng has out-trolled the lot of us.
NSW Police are “disappointed” after 221 Stereosonic festivalgoers were charged with drug offences in Sydney over the weekend, and say one man is lucky to be alive after collapsing at the festival. In a press release, NSW Police say that more than 830 of the roughly 81,000 people who attended the Sydney leg of Stereosonic
Stereosonic 2014 is set to get underway this weekend, starting at Sydney Showground, and for those still finalising their commuting plans Uber just may have the perfect solution. The ridesharing service are offering app users the chance to board a superyacht and cruise on over to the festival in style, alongside Steve Aoki. The cake-throwing
With less than a week to go before things kick off, the official set times and venue maps for Stereosonic 2014 have been revealed. The national electronic music festival, which will host sets from big-name acts such as Calvin Harris, Tiesto, Diplo, Disclosure and dubstep heavyweight Skrillex, will move through Sydney, Perth, Brisbane, Melbourne and
Stereosonic has announced the addition of mysterious house musician ZHU to the festival’s 2014 lineup. Stereosonic made the announcement today, posting a 15-second clip to Facebook featuring ZHU’s logo and writing that the festival is pleased to include ZHU to all Stereosonic shows. ZHU sure is showing Australia the love since hitting the scene earlier
Stereosonic 2014 organisers have announced that one day tickets for this year’s festival will be available from 10am (AEST) Wednesday, 1st October. This marks the first time that punters will be able to purchase tickets to one day of Stereo since organisers launched their well-received two-day format last year. If you’re a dance and urban
American producer Porter Robinson had already scaled the heights of EDM supremacy by the time he hit his twenties. As a staple of dance festival main stages across the globe, his meteoric rise was helped by hits like Language and Easy, with Mat Zo. At 22, with the release of his impressive debut album, Worlds,
Calvin Harris, Tiesto, Disclosure and so much more!
Full lineup drops soon!
The Adelaide City Council have issued a response to the wave of online criticism directed towards their new noise restriction initiatives. Yesterday, Music Feeds reported on a vote taken by councillors Tuesday to introduce new noise pollution management procedures to “high risk” events. According to a report published yesterday by The Advertiser, councillors voted in
UPDATE: The Stereosonic 2014 lineup has arrived! Full details here. It’s a fact universally acknowledged that Australia’s favourite dance festival, Stereosonic, returns stronger each year, so it’s no wonder fans are already buzzing about the Stereosonic 2014 lineup. Those fans will have even more reason to buzz when the lineup is revealed at 8pm, Tuesday,
UPDATE: The Stereosonic 2014 lineup has arrived! Full details here. Following the successful launch of a two-day format in 2013, organisers have now announced the dates for Stereosonic 2014, confirming what punters had hoped since December, with Sydney, Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, and Brisbane each set to receive a double Stereo dose in 2014. In addition