Electric Gardens Sydney more massive names announced

T1000 Events has today revealed more massive names who will be joining the stellar line-up for Electric Gardens at Centennial Parklands on Saturday 26 January.

The Quantum trance arena will be headlined by Paul Van Dyk, a pioneer of the scene and all-round DJ don. Circling the globe 16 times a year, PvD is best known for his spellbinding performances and producing ‘For An Angel’ in the 90s which is recognised as one of the biggest dance music tunes of all time. With new music under his belt, the German trance maestro will be giving it its first airing down under at Electric Gardens.

Joining him is Australia’s number one DJ MaRLo. As no stranger to the festival circuit having clocked up performances at the likes of Tomorrowland, A State of Trance and Ultra Music Festival, he knows exactly how to get the crowd jumping.

GRUM, Anjunabeats hottest new recruit, will also take centre stage at the event. Having fast become a favourite of dance music fans worldwide thanks to his modern take on classic progressive and trance influences, Sydney will get to experience his magic touch as he showcases new tracks from his highly anticipated release ‘Deep State’.

Finally, trance maven Sean Tyas AKA ‘The Degenerate’ will have ravers reaching for the lasers with his high tech soundscapes and melodic mastery. Known for his energetic and dynamic sets, the US native is one of the scene’s elite and a massive drawcard for the Quantum stage.

Damian Gelle, Promoter, Electric Gardens comments:

“We’re pumped to have such an epic bill for the trance stage, with such a strong a contingent of the trance family based here in Sydney, the vibes will be next level.”

The Quantum arena is just one of four massive stages at the 2019 edition of Electric Gardens. Artists already announced include the likes of Underworld, Erick Morillo, Eats Everything, Patrick Topping, Eelke Kleijn, Guy Mantzur, Way Out West, Bag Raiders and Set Mo.

Tickets are on-sale now via electricgardens.com.au In addition to the flagship event, festival sideshows will be taking place in Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth

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