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Carl Cox & Hardware Announce PURE 2021 Australian Shows

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After what feels like a lifetime, Australia’s favourite rave party returns with a stellar local line up that is promising to deliver classic dance party you’ve been craving.

Australia’s iconic techno festival PURE, fronted by the legendary Carl Cox was one of local music festivals affected by COVID lockdowns last year. The festival which was set to host Carl Cox, Tale of Us, Christopher Coe and more was rescheduled until November 2021.

With Australia’s fight against the COVID pandemic in full swing, venue doors are back open as restrictions ease and it’s time for the techno to return. Hardware Group – the folks behind PURE Festival have teamed up with Carl Cox and Bush Records to host three PURE summer shows in March, April and May.

Featuring allstar local lineups, PURE will hit Melbourne, Darwin and Perth and showcase performances from the likes of Carl Cox, Eric Powell, Laura King, Christopher Coe, Peter Stone and much more.

PURE Melbourne will kick off on Sunday March 28 at Melbourne’s Sidney Myer Music Bowl. PURE Perth will hit Perth’s Metro City on Sunday April 25 (Anzac Day Eve) before PURE Darwin invades the Northern Territory for a special show at Darwin’s Botanic Gardens Ampitheatre.

RSVP Online and register for tickets at the official PURE website.

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Event Informaiton

PURE Melbourne Edition – March 28, 2021 – Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne

PURE Perth Edition – April 25, 2021 – Metro City, Perth

PURE Darwin Edition – May 01, 2021 – Botanic Gardens Amphitheater, Darwin

 

 

 

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