Electric Gardens has announced a triumphant return to Perth on Saturday 19 January 2019. Courtesy of T1000 events, 10,000 revellers will able to experience the very best local and international electronic music artists as part of a world-class production at an all-new venue – Belvoir Parklands.
Leading the charge is Underworld, recognised as one of the greatest live acts of all-time, Karl Hyde and Rick Smith will be banging out their repertoire of goose-bump inducing anthems including ‘Born Slippy’, ‘Two Months Off’ and ‘Always Loved a Film’.
Karl Hyde, Underworld comments: “The energy Down Under is second to none, we’re excited about our return and we’ll be taking everyone on a journey at each and every one of the shows.”
Following his electrifying 2016 Electric Gardens performance, Erick Morillo, the platinum-selling artist and Subliminal Records head-honcho will be back with a bang in 2019.
With tracks ‘I Like To Move It, ‘Believe’, and ‘I Feel Love’ under his belt, the mix meister extraordinaire has remixed everyone from Whitney Houston to Basement Jaxx and has collaborated with Puff Daddy, Jamie Jones and Boy George alike.
The technical wizard, Eats Everything will be rounding off the bill of international heavyweights hitting all four garden venues. The UK’s finest house and techno export will be taking centre stage for a festival set like no other. .
Next up is Aussie electronic duo Bag Raiders, who are headed homeward bound for their first series of live shows after an extended hiatus.
Not content with releasing a new track every month throughout 2018, local legends, Set Mo, are starting 2019 as they mean to go on, promising punters an epic festival performance at Electric Gardens. Joining the lads on stage and completing the EG2019 touring party is an all-girl-line-up of live vocalists, Woodes, Asta and Thandi Phoenix – Set Mo collaborators past and present.
Tickets are on sale now! VIP tickets include premium access to the main stage, exclusive amenities and bar area.
The Electric Gardens festival tour will also visit Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide this summer.https://www.electricgardens.com.au/