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Electric Gardens Festival Returns In 2024

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Electric Gardens is excited to announce that it is back in 2024! After a four-year hiatus, the Electric Gardens franchise returns to the festival landscape with a one-stage, open-air experience, across the Easter Long Weekend: March 30 (Melbourne), March 31 (Sydney) and April 7 (Perth).  Priding itself on booking the very best in the electronic music scene, Artists who break boundaries and DJs who read crowds, the next edition features a line-up that boasts some of the greatest house and progressive electronic DJs / producers of our time.

Getting things started, one of the most prolific DJ/Producers in the global dance scene is none other than Armand Van Helden.  With an extensive list of hits under his belt and 5 Top 30 records, including: ‘You Don’t Know Me,’ ‘My, My, My,’ ‘Hear My Name,’ ‘I Want Your Soul,’ ‘Bonkers’ and more.  Armand is also well-known for massive hits with his (and A-Trak’s) Duck Sauce project, featuring: ‘Barbara Streisand,’ ‘aNYway,’ ‘Big Bad Wolf’ & ‘NRG.’ Armand has remixed for many popular Artists, including: New Order, Faithless, Tori Amos, the Rolling Stones, Janet Jackson, Daft Punk and many more.

One of Australia’s favourite international House DJs would have the be the S-Man himself, Roger Sanchez.  After thrilling Aussie audiences earlier this year, he’s excited to be back in Aus for Electric Gardens.  From a humble beginning in NYC to multi-year residencies in Ibiza; from digging in dusty crates to headlining festival main stages around the world, Roger is truly a self-made man and dance music star.  Sanchez was introduced to DJ’ing through friends, trying his hand in an organic environment where his creativity behind the decks flourished from a few singles into an ambitious catalogue of over two thousand original productions and remixes.  With hits including: ‘Another Chance,’ ‘Lost,’ Turn on the Music,’ ‘You Can’t Change Me,’ Roger’s remix discography reads like a ‘who’s who’ of the international music scene and needs to be seen to be believed.

The iconic British No.1 DJ (DJ Mag 2000), 4x time IDMA & DJ Awards winner and Grammy Award nominee Sasha returns to Australia this March.  Known as part of the iconic duo Sasha & John Digweed, touring the globe numerous times and for his remixes for Artists such as: Madonna, Moby, The Chemical Brothers & Hot Chip to name a few.  He worked at the iconic club night Renaissance in the UK and produced tracks on Pete Tong’s FFRR Label and had hit singles ‘Higher Ground’ and ‘Magic’ on Deconstruction Records.  His Global Underground album releases are still revered til this day.

One of the most popular Artists in the dance scene over the last few years is Franky Wah.  Franky’s breakthrough began with ‘Change My Mind,’ followed by ‘Get Me High’, a wistful, breaks-driven cut that he made just for himself with no intention of releasing.  By January 2019 ‘Get Me High’ had been released and spread like wildfire, making it to the No.1 spot in Beatport’s Top 100. The follow up ‘Words’ was signed to Ministry of Sound, achieving equal success thanks to its garage-influenced two-step beats and mesmerising, trance-esque synth melody.  Support came from far and wide, including Tale of Us, Solomun and the trance king himself Tiësto.  After that came ‘Hide’ featuring stirring vocals from singer Robinson and his recent link up with Jessie Ware, entitled ‘Time After Time.’ Each release has made its way into the Top 5 on Radio 1’s Dance Chart, breaking into Beatport’s Top 10 on several occasions, too.

Between the years of 2016 and 2020, Electric Gardens has toured some of the world’s biggest house music artists including: Fatboy Slim, Eric Prydz, Cirez D’s (first ever performance), Gorgon City, Nora En Pure, Basement Jaxx, Sigma, Patrick Topping, Eats Everything, PvD, Hernan Cattaneo, Guy J and more.  Not to mention showcasing iconic European brands such as Circoloco, Amnesia Ibiza, and UKF to Australian festival goers.

T1000 Events promoter Damian Gelle is thrilled to be bringing back his beloved Electric Gardens franchise: “We’ve sat on the bench since the pandemic, but now it’s time.  We’ve always had a unique offering and I’m once again thrilled to be presenting some of the world’s greatest DJs across multiple states in unique settings.”

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Melbourne – Electric Beach

Easter Saturday | 30 March 2024

South Beach | St Kilda

Artist Lineup (A-Z)

Armand Van Helden

Franky Wah

Late Nite Tuff Guy

Roger Sanchez

Sasha

The Oddness

Sydney – Electric Gardens Returns

Easter Sunday | 31 March 2024

Royal Randwick

Artist Lineup (A-Z)

Armand Van Helden

Franky Wah

Kristen Knight

Roger Sanchez

Sasha

Perth – Electric Island

Sunday 7 April 2024

Cottesloe Beach

Artist Lineup (A-Z)

Armand Van Helden

Franky Wah

Kristen Knight

Roger Sanchez

Sasha

Secure Your Tickets

 Pre-Sale starts: Wednesday 6 Dec

General On Sale starts: Thursday 7 December

National Sign Up – CLICK HERE!

Melbourne Sign Up – CLICK HERE!

Sydney Sign Up – CLICK HERE!

Perth Sign Up – CLICK HERE!

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