Future Music Festival is an annual event held in March throughout five Australian cities: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, and Perth. The Future Entertainment company organizes the festival that has taken the country by electrical storm each year since 2008. Boasting the best Australian acts, DJs, and international stars, Future Music Festival is guaranteed to provide state of the art audio and visual technology: expect a barrage of neon colors and bright lights to accompany the sounds of your favorite acts.
Stone Roses, Azealia, Bloc Party and more!
Bloc Party sound tougher and more confident than on previous visits.
Do NOT mess with Azealia.
Future Music Festival has evolved far beyond its dance music roots.
Dissolving in 1996, a leary drug-affected mess, The Stone Roses circa 2013 are perfectionists with a renewed respect for what made them so special back in 1989 before it all went tits-up.
A night with The Stone Roses is less the second coming, more a fun times nostalgia fest.
More a raucous joyride than anything memorable, but there's still something blissful about an Azealia Banks show.
There was mud, rain and a K-pop superstar.
The Stones Roses stand and deliver at their first Australian show.
Everything you need to know for Future Music including timetables, maps, and weather reports plus the best tattoos of the lineup and a playlist to get you set for the festival.
With the big day rapidly approaching, Future Music Festival has released the all-important set times.
The Stone Roses warm up for Future Music Festival with a “thrillingly nostalgic” 90 minute set in New Zealand.
One of the live recruits for this year's Future Music Festival tour, UK singer-songwriter (and former Skrillex muse) Ellie Goulding has found time for a show on the side.
Two huge prizes up for grabs - take your pick.
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