Electric Gardens returns this summer

Fatboy Slim and and Armand van Helden lead the line-up of this super-charged festival
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Centennial Parklands will once again be turned into a giant grassy dancefloor when Electric Gardens returns for another day of house and electronic music in the sunshine. The festival boasts four separate arenas, with a curated line-up of dance music veterans.

Leading the charge is funk soul brother Fatboy Slim, whose sample-heavy chart toppers helped to define the sound of dance music in the early 2000s. He will be joined by Armand van Helden, the producer behind some of the last decade's biggest dancefloor fillers, like 'My, My, My' and 'Ghettoblaster', plus Gorgon City and MK. Each artist will have extended set times, allowing them to deliver a European-style club set that Australian fans and UK dance music lovers enjoy so much. If this isn't enough for you, there are still three further rounds of major artists to be announced. 

Electric Gardens will hit Centennial Parklands on Saturday January 27 from noon. Tickets are on sale now for $130.

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