More than forty-five live acts and DJs will perform at the Australia-wide We love Sounds festival this June.
We Love Sounds is a collaboration between Space Ibiza titans We Love and Sydney promoters Sounds. Past festivals have included a wide array of Australian and international acts and this year will be no different with five stages of house, breaks, hip hop, electro, indie and progressive on the menu.
Artists confirmed to play so far include DJ Shadow, Tiga, James Zabiela & Nic Fanciulli, Ben Watt, Daddy G, The Infadels, Kool Keith, Alan Braxe & Kris Menace, D Ramirez, Hernan Cattaneo, Sharam Jey, Audiofly, Spirit Catcher, Headman, Surkin, Spencer Parker, Riton, Zoo Brazil, Paul Mac, Van She, Midnight Juggernauts, Tzu, Deepchild, Infusion, Poxymusic, Dances With Voices, The Heat, Bang Gang DJs, Riot In Belgium, Kid Kenobi & MC Shureshock, Goodwill, Ajax, K.I.M., Ben Morris, James Taylor, Robbie Lowe, Minimal Fuss DJs and Noodles & Noel Boogie with more acts to be announced.
The festival will take place in all five major Australian capital cities in June.
We love Sounds Australia dates
June 3 The Dean, Perth
June 8 Metro, Melbourne
June 9 Arena, Brisbane
June 10 Hordern Pavilion, RHI and Forum, Sydney
June 11 The Shores Complex, Adelaide
Check the Sounds website or the new Sounds MySpace page for further line-up announcements and ticketing information. 9 Comments
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