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Melbourne’s start to the Summer couldn’t have kicked off in better fashion. With the debut of Festival X on the cards, Melburnians were treated to an absolute smorgasbord of elite musical talent at the prestigious Melbourne Showgrounds. Taking a leaf out of the books of various other Australian music festivals, the eclectic lineup catered to all tastes as opposed to

Worldwide festival giant Ultra Music Festival is bringing Ultra back down under for another exciting edition! Ultra Australia will celebrate its second event in 2020, after hosting its inaugural full-fledged edition earlier this year. Melbourne also played host to the first Ultra even on Australian shores, when an instalment of 'Road To Ultra' took place back in February of 2018. Next year's festival will

With all eyes on the debut of Ultra Australia this past weekend, both shows in Melbourne and Sydney on the 23rd and 24th of February delivered a large-scale event to a country yearning for more grand EDM festivals since the departure of Stereosonic and Future Music Festival. For the first Ultra Worldwide event of 2019, organisers pulled out all the stops, bringing their unparalleled production and world-class

Ultra Worldwide recently announced the massive expansion of the globally renowned festival to two cities across the Australian continent. The expansion of the event to two full-scale festivals will return to Melbourne with world-class talent on Saturday, February 23rd at Flemington Racecourse and will head to Sydney the following day for the first time on Sunday, February 24th at Parramatta

Coming off the back of what many would deem their most successful year yet, English powerhouse, Defected Records kicked off their sold-out Australian tour at Melbourne's prestigious Prince Bandroom on Friday night, with Dario D'Attis, Sam Divine, Franky Rizardo and Low Steppa headlining the show. Having hosted the likes of Marc Kinchen, Claptone and Marshmello during past events, Prince Bandroom is no stranger to A-grade performers and proved to be a fitting

After returning to Australia with his solo tour for the first time in 7 years, Tiësto took his Clublife tour down under and delivered an awe-inspiring show, just as Melbourne has had hoped for. Supported by local talents Rojdar and Generik, the trio put on a show for the ages. With Melbourne's iconic Festival Hall set to be demolished in the near future, the legendary Dutch DJ

Dillon Francis encapsulated Melbourne on Wednesday night with an electrifying set at The Corner Hotel in Melbourne's east. As part of his tour with Australian festival Groovin' The Moo, Dillon has played side-shows in Australia's biggest cities including Melbourne, and Brisbane and a guest appearance from DJ Hanzel exclusively in Sydney! Put together by BBE, not only were fans awed by his own music