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Best Tours of 2013 So Far

2013 has been a big year for Australia and music tours–Metallica, Blink 182, Avicci, The Prodigy and many other big musicians have made memorable nights for their Aussie fans. But have you ever wondered which gigs really blew it away down under this year?

Well, popular music website, FasterLouder, might answer the question with their countdown list for the ‘Best Tours of 2013 So Far’, which includes a variety of tours from the well-known old-school musicians to the popular new bands. Can you guess the Top 10? Let’s find out…

  • #20 The Killers
  • #19 Deftones
  • #18 Aerosmith
  • #17 Iggy And The Stooges
  • #16 Cat Power
  • #15 Against Me!
  • #14 The xx
  • #13 The Stone Roses
  • #12 Garbage
  • #11 Tool
  • #10 Black Sabbath
  • #9 Death Grips
  • #8 Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds
  • #7 Yeah Yeah Yeahs
  • #6 Neil Young
  • #5 My Bloody Valentine
  • #4 Metallca
  • #3 Weezer
  • #2 Blink 182
  • #1 Bruce Springsteen and the E-Street Band

How did you guys go? Does the list make your Top 20? Let us know below!

For more details on the list, check out the source site below:

Source: www.fasterlouder.com.au/


Future Music Sydney Sold Out

OK party goes it is official now, the Future Music Festival for Sydney 2013 have now sold out unfortunately. There are still tickets available for Melbourne and Adelaide so get in quick if you get the chance!

With this years line-up of artists such as Avicii, The Prodigy, Stone Roses, Bloc Party, Dizzee Rascal, Steve Aoki how can you possibly say no?

Full line up:

  • Avicii
  • The Prodigy
  • The Stone Roses
  • Psy (Gangnam Style)
  • Bloc Party
  • Dizzee Rascal
  • Azealia Banks
  • Rita Ora
  • Boys Noize Hardwell
  • The Temper Trap
  • Fun.
  • Madeon
  • Rudimental
  • Ellie Goulding
  • Steve Aoki
  • Gypsy & The Cat
  • A-Trak
  • Kill The Noise
  • Feed Me Live
  • Zeds Dead
  • DJ Fresh
  • Nervo
  • Zane Lowe
  • Borgore
  • The Stafford Brothers & Timmy Trumpet
  • Tenzin
  • Bombs Away
  • Cocoon Heroes feat Sven Vath
  • Richie Hawtin
  • Ricardo Villalobos
  • Seth Troxler
  • Magda
  • Wake Your Mind feat Cosmic Gate feat Emma Hewitt
  • W&W
  • Tydi
  • Andy Moor
  • Super8 & Tab
  • Ben Gold

Check out Future Music webpage for further details and set times.

Source: www.vmusic.com.au

Avicii cancels Perth and Brisbane Future 2013 Shows

Going directly to the hospital for stomach related issues after landing in Brisbane, Avicii has had to regrettably cancel his headlining shows at both the Brisbane and Perth Future Music 2013  Festivals.

“It is with deep regret that we inform you of the decision to cancel Avicii’s performances at Future Music Festival in Brisbane and Perth,” FMF stated. “Avicii went directly to the hospital upon landing in Brisbane for stomach related issues. He has been hospitalised since then. Over the past couple of days we have been monitoring his condition and we have all been optimistic about him being healthy enough to perform. Unfortunately the doctors are not willing to discharge him at this time which means he will sadly be unable to appear tonight or at tomorrow’s festival.”

Future has advised that the headliner “looks forward to playing the remaining shows next weekend” and will be replaced by Hardwell for the time being, who will play extended sets for the Perth and Brisbane shows.

Future Music will be on this weekend in Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide with appearances by The ProdigyBoys Noize , Zeds DeadBorgoreKill the NoiseCosmic GateSven VathRichie Hawtin,  MadeonRudimental and so much more.

Source: www.inthemix.com.au



Future Music is all set to kick off its 2013 party this weekend! With a line up that includes The Untouchables, The Prodigy, Psy, Avicii, Hardwell, Rudimental and ssooo much more you are absolutely spewing if you don’t have your tickets yet!

Sporting a “Day Of The Dead Set Awesome” theme and a whole lot of craziness grab your Saturday the 9th of March by the Cahoona’s and get those passes from Future Music Festival and for those who are already going, well set lists and times are our finally out, so begin planning my pretties!!!


Avicii Announced as Future Music Festival’s EDM Headliner!

Australian music festival lineup are continuing to grow bigger and better. Proving this, Future Music Festival announced this that Avicii has joined Future Music Festival‘s already massive lineup as their EDM headliner. Avicii joins the likes of The Prodigy, Boys Noize, Dizzee Rascall, Rita Ora, Hardwell, Madeon, Steve Aoki, Alesso, Nervo, Kill The Noise plus loads more!!

Avicii only just toured Australia with Stereosonic at the end of last year but no one will be complaining to have him back in March! With less than seven weeks to go I’m sure that we aren’t the only ones counting down until we get to see Avicii again! If you live around Brisbane, Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne or Perth and don’t already have tickets, sort them out because Future is going to be a day you will not want to miss!!