Harbourlife 2012 Lineup Announced Featuring 2manyDJs
Harbourlife is back! After a year hiatus following the downward trend in Australia’s festival market, Harbourlife has officially been announced for 2012 and will be held in Sydney on what is officially the first day of Summer, 1st December.
The event will be held right by the water at the beautiful, tree-filled Fleet Steps, Mrs Macquaries Point. Party-goers will be spoilt with the stunning views of the iconic Opera House, Harbour Bridge, Sydney city skyline, Botanic Gardens, and of course the music.
Pretty good way to bring in the summer, especially when Belgium dance music wunderkids 2manyDJs are headlining. Since their acclaimed game changing mix ‘2manyDJs – As heard on Radio Soulwax Volume 2’, released ten years ago, 2manyDJS AKA Soulwax have been scoring fans by the masses around the world with their fusion of rock, electro, dance, hip hop and classics, coupled with their electrifying performances.
“It’s always been an honour to be able to hold a party in such a special, spectacular location,” says Fuzzy director John Wall. “We’re excited as hell to be returning there this year with a swag of phenomenal DJs to play what I think is the perfect music for the first day of summer by the harbour: starting warm, deep and housey then building to a crescendo after night falls with the cut-up madness of 2manydjs.”
Harbourlife 2012 Lineup
featuring Jess Higgs
HARBOURLIFE 2012 // 1ST DECEMBER, SYDNEY
Fleet Steps, Mrs Macquaries Point
Adjacent to the Royal Botanic Garden, Sydney
All tickets can be purchased at www.fuzzy.com.au
Pre-sale tickets available 21st August at 12midday
Visit www.fuzzy.com.au to register for pre-sale
Pre-sale ticket price $85 + BF
Public on sale 23rd August at 12midday
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