“We’re back to our spiritual home. Electric Gardens Festival returns to the lush Centennial Parklands on Saturday January 28.”
Electric Gardens unleashes the full line up of international house and techno talent across the three main stages. Our headline act is none other than house maestro, Eric Prydz, returning to Australian shores for the first time in three years. Toolroom legend Mark Knight will join the main stage with headliner Eric Prydz plus “super-house” duo Andhim. And very special guests Basement Jaxx with a DJ set that is guaranteed to get things moving.
Digital Therapy return to the indoor tent with some of the greatest names on the progressive scene lead by one of the greatest names of the last three decades Sasha. Hernan Cattaneo is the only artist to return to the Electric Gardens sequel – the excitement around his b2b with Israeli favourite Guy J is next level. They are also joined by Rotterdam’s Eelke Kleijn and Tel Aviv based Guy Mantzur.
Our CODE techno arena returns with Hot Creations boss Jamie Jones at the helm supported by German gun &ME and Brazilian sensation ANNA playing driving techno. Our very special surprise guest is going to blow people’s minds. All to be revealed very soon…
There is no denying the formidable Swedish DJ & producer is now one of the most in demand in the world. For over ten years, his name has been synonymous with immaculately produced and unique sounding electronic music. The Platinum-selling producer is responsible for some of the biggest progressive house tracks of the last decade, not to mention some of the most technically impressive live shows of any touring artist.
As a solo artist, Prydz has headlined some of the world’s most revered venues, from Madison Square Garden to Brixton Academy and Alexandra Palace, earned multiple Grammy nominations and topped charts with his alter-egos Pryda and Cirez D. It’s his dedication to his craft as a producer and DJ that leaves him in the highly enviable and singular position of appealing to dance music’s underground connoisseurs and main-stage masses alike.
Prydz’s productions are only one half of the story. As a DJ, he’s been celebrated as one of the most consistent live performers around. It’s not only his abilities that set him apart, but the vision behind his performances.
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