Looks like the weather isn't going to stop Brisbane's Laneway from going ahead, and rest assured music-goers will get their thrills from an array of amazing talents at this year's summer festivals! Here'e the latest festival news:
Today, at 10am in your local city, Creamfields launched sales for their 2012 series of events around Australia, with the "ultra-limited first release" of tickets. The David Guetta headlined event has also seen its lineup extended. The full lineup and details on ticket sales are below!
Fri Apr 27: Adelaide
Planet Cream, Adelaide Ent Centre (8pm – 4am)
1st release $80.00 inc GST and B/F*
Available from Ticketek
Fresh from a US tour including SXSW and Coachella, Sonny Moore (aka Skrillex) talks to Larry Heath from his Melbourne beachside hotel prior his only Creamfields sideshow.
So how have the Creamfields shows been going so far?
Amazing man, so much fun. Just crazy crowds, good people and good times.
Now we caught you at your wicked SXSW set a few months ago, you haven’t really stopped since then!
In its second year, the Australian version of the UK’s famous Creamfields Festival has come to fill the winter festival void that was left when <>We Love Sounds expired. For its Sydney installment, Creamfields once again utilised the entertainment quarter that surrounds the Hordern Pavillion - which is always a good thing, although, ever since The Forum was shut down earlier this year, the area has lost some of its charm.
From aboard the high-flying Swinging Chair ride, I may as well have been looking down at the Melbourne show. The Showgrounds were abuzz with loud, enthusiastic youth. I could hear laughter, see the pie in the sky and hear music.
Totem / OneLove are arguably the most
disappointing festival organisers in Australia. I'll come back to this
statement at the end.
In advance of their return to Australia as part of the Creamfields festival, our very own Tyson Wray had the opportunity to chat with Jesse from Canada's infamous electronic act MSTRKRFT. Here's what went down!