As Sydney prepares itself for Harbourlife this weekend details are now confirmed and tickets are on sale for the next big Fuzzy event. Fuzzy's annual picnic Parklife turns 6 this year, and what better way to celebrate than with the most outstanding line-up Fuzzy has ever presented in the park.
The Centennial Parklands will be rocking to the sounds of Mark Farina playing the deep house and jackin' jazzy beats that rocked Beachlife and Field Day last summer. Mark Farina returns to Parklife alongside a premium lineup including: Felix Da Housecat - the Chicago luminary responsible for electro-house classics "Silver Screen Shower Scene" with Miss Kittin and "Rocket Ride" dons his Devin Dazzle alter-ego and prepares to spread the Neon Fever with that trademark grin. Mr Scruff - renowned for his brilliantly eccentric, offbeat jazz-tinged electronica and funk sets. The man behind the albums 'Keep It Unreal', 'Trouser Jazz' and the much-loved swing-house precursor 'Get A Move On'. Soul Of Man - the Finger Lickin' masterminds & party monsters have been breaks pioneers - from early classics like Between The Eyes, to Gonna Keep On & new triumph Shake Em Down. Shapeshifters - the duo behind the smash hit 'Lola's Theme' and the mix album 'House Grooves' took the world by storm from Ibiza to Miami and now come to rock Parklife with bouncing brassy house and uplifting anthems in their first ever Sydney show. Freddy Fresh - the king of 45 funk, latino breaks and street beats, remixer of Grandmaster Flash and Schooly D, collaborator with Krafty Kuts, Fatboy Slim and Freestylers and now author of hip-hop manual 'B-Boy Stance' takes time out from running his Howlin' label to jam it block-party style. Barry Ashworth - the driving force behind the Dub Pistols and their latest album 'Six Million Ways to Live' and his own label Ugly Records.
Parklife will be on Saturday 27 November at Kippax Lake, Moore Park Sydney, from midday to 10pm. Tickets are $66+bf (handling fees may apply) from www.fuzzy.com.au and Ticketek (www.ticketek.com.au or 02 9266 4800).