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This summer the electronic music lovers of Perth are about to experience something very special.

Electric Gardens brings you a monster sideshow to kick-start your Australia Day Weekend celebrations.


One of the biggest musical influences in the electronic music scene over the last 20 years.

He has defined a generation of music lovers, from his legendary 250,000 person Big Beach Boutique event in the UK. Headlining festivals globally including Rio’s Flamingo Beach to 360,000 fans, whilst producing more than one of the most iconic dance music albums of the last two decades…ladies and gentlemen Mr Norman Cook AKA Fatboy Slim.

Why should the people of West Australia miss out? Not this time.


James Zabiela - having held down the coveted and hugely prestigious Ibizan residency at ‘We Love…Space’ for 12 years there is no denying he was our first choice to support Fatboy Slim.

Pachanga Boys - these lads have a cult like following after legendary gigs at Burning Man's Robot Heart. We've handpicked them to play the all important warm up as the sunsets over the stunning Red Hill.


Electric Gardens has chosen the stunning Red Hill Auditorium for this landmark event.

Settled within the John Forrest National Park with sweeping views over the ocean and city, it’s the largest purpose built outdoor concert venue in Western Australia.

With a capacity of 5000 this is an intimate mini-festival where everyone sees the show…and did we mention the sound?


The all important component of electronic music.

We’re bringing in the best sound system you’ve ever heard for a show like this. Red Hill was the venue chosen by the heavy metal outfit Def Leopard - need we say any more?

This Australia Day Weekend will be the pinnacle of the summer with the promise of more acts to be announced…


These days, Cook’s show involves not just playing his own patented brand of “party acid house”, but a complex audio-visual production. “I’m technically a video jockey now. We write scripts for all the tunes, make films.

In the past, I used to have to literally hold up the next record I was going to play to the guy who does my visuals, and he’d have to find the images to match it. And they were never synched. But now, because of the technology, no matter what speed I play at, even if I just chop quickly into it, the visuals are all synchronized. It’s a show.”

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By: Red Hill Auditorium