PIKNIC ELECTRONIK SETS THE STAGE FOR THE END OF SUMMER



Melbourne’s own branch of an international dance party, Piknic Electronik, has been delivering 12 magical events this summer season, and are now on till the end of February!


Featuring a range of electronic music talent, Piknic events aim to open up the genre boundaries by offering an immersive social experience, hosting local and international talent on a single stage with plenty of space to enjoy a fun day outdoors.


With over 15 international acts across the whole season, the line-up includes the likes Denis Horvat, Woo York, Marcel Fen- gler, Fumiya Tanaka, locally born turned global sensation Mall Grab and many more.


Piknik Electronik Melbourne Line-Up Season 5


Upcoming February events include:

17 Feb - Denis Horvat, Woo York, Paul Lynch, Louay

24 Feb – Brooke Powers, Chiara Kickdrum B2B DJ Kiti, Millú, Laura King, Emily Roseman and Sundelin


Each week will also see a rotating roster of edgy food trucks, catering to all tastes keeping you satiated on the dancefloor. Food selection will include burgers to poke bowls and everything in between.


Due to licensing reasons, Piknic Electronik Melbourne Season 5 (2019) is a solely 18+ event this year but organisers will endeavour to bring their cornerstone Petite Piknic/Family Friendly areas back in future seasons. Piknic is also cashless – and only electronic payment will be received.


Piknic Electronik began in Montreal, Canada in 2003 by four electronic music enthusiasts wanting to make the genre more accessible. A festive outdoor event, it gradually grew to become a Sunday must-do event in the summer season, and has grown to have events in Barcelona, Lisbon, Dubai and Melbourne.


Don't miss out on the rest of this unique summer event, Piknic Electronik at this year's event held at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl!


DETAILS

Dates: 25 Nov - 24 Feb 2019

Location: Sidney Myer Music Bowl, (Kings Domain Gardens, Linlithgow Ave, Melbourne VIC 3000)

Times: 2pm to 9pm sharp

Piknic Electronik Website

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