Future Music Festival 2011

Everyone’s a winner at the Future Music Festival 2011!

Punters… lady luck is on your side! Award-winning musical spectacular the Future Music Festival is back in March 2011 for another dazzling roll of the electric loaded dice. Featuring a blue ribbon field flush with the world’s finest bands and DJs, Future Music Festival has more bright lights and neon action than Vegas. Expect state of the art audio boasting crystal clear sound with the best lighting and video technology. This legendary festival experience is your safest bet and odds-on favourite for party of the year. So, get ready as the Future Music Festival deals another winning hand! Forget the Jokers, its straight Aces with the Future Music Festival 2011… Let’s roll!

Ensuring that Future Music Festival 2011 is a winner from start to finish, Future Entertainment has pulled out all stops and is pleased to give music fans across the country a festival Trifecta: the best DJs and bands, the best production, and the very best major event venues. Here’s the deal …

Featuring an all-star cast of glittering international music heavyweights, Future Music Festival 2011 has truly got something for everybody! Rocking their notoriously epic LIVE festival shows, The Chemical Brothers and Pendulum are set to blow minds with their stunning audio-visual spectaculars. Grime king Dizzee Rascal will be in the house getting his freak on, Mark Ronson and The Business Intl are guaranteed to get the crowd funked up, and US super band MGMT will send “kids” of all ages crazy with their fully fledged psychedelic experience. Not to mention kick-ass rapper-meets-party-girl extraordinaire, Ke$ha, who will no doubt strut her stuff with some serious style in Australia for the very first time.

As if that wasn’t enough, Aussie icons The Presets will lift the lid on their hotly anticipated all-new LIVE show, and audacious electro-experimental hit makers and all round local favourites Art vs Science are sure to have you jumping!

Meanwhile, for dance music fans, luck’s a fortune because Techno demi-gods Richie Hawtin (touring Australia for the first time ever with his awe inspiring Plastikman show) and Sven Vath are gearing up to take things deep underground. Then the legendary Leftfield, also on their maiden Australian voyage, will remind one and all why they’re known and loved as one of Electronica’s greatest acts of all time.

To complement this hands-down winner of a lineup, Future Music Festival 2011 will also combine state of the art, crystal clear sound with cutting-edge multimedia, lighting and staging technologies to deliver what promises to be a new benchmark in major festival event production standards. Crisp sound, dazzling effects and more LED video and lights than Vegas’ golden mile … get ready to hit the jackpot!

And last, but certainly not least, Future Music Festival 2011’s premium quality venues are guaranteed to make this national sonic juggernaut a clean sweep for punters. Boasting first-class facilities, accessible locations and impressive amenities, all of the festival’s sites have been carefully hand-selected to create an experience like no other …

Nestled in the heart of the lavish surrounds of Rundle and Rymill Parks in the East End (an infamous Fringe Festival haunt and home to the beloved Garden of Earthly Delights), Adelaide party-goers will enjoy one of the cities most beautiful and well-appointed spaces.

Set in the world-famous surrounds of Flemington Racecourse’s spacious and glamorous Nursery and Bird Cage, Melbourne’s lucky festival-goers will be treated once again to what is undoubtedly one of the city’s premier entertainment precinct and home to the famous Spring Racing Carnival.

Assuming prime position in the heart of the harbour city’s most prestigious venue, the Royal Randwick Racecourse, Sydney music fans will revel in all of the comfort, splendour and lavish surrounds that this truly iconic, historic and premium facility boasts.

The Jewel in the crown when it comes to Brisbane festival venues, Doomben Racecourse is part of the illustrious Brisbane Turf Club and over the last 4 years earnt its place as the festival favourite venue for party goers. Boasting grandstands for a birds eye view of the festival, to wide open spaces and easy access with a train line on its door step, Doomben is making itself home to Future Music festival for the 4th time and offering even more of its grounds for an extended capacity so the event can grow to one of the biggest in Queensland.

So, get ready to play hard and go for gold as Future Music Festival 2011 deals a fist full of aces and delivers a breathtaking musical experience to remember. It’s rolling into a city near you in March, 2011, so take our tip and back a winner …

Future Music Festival 2011
Dates and Venues:

Brisbane 05/03/2011 Doomben Racecourse
Perth 06/03/2011 Arena Joondalup
Sydney 12/03/2011 Royal Ranswick Racecourse
Melbourne 13/03/2011 Flemington Racecourse
Adelaide 14/03/2011 Rundle & Rymill Park

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