Drake, Avicii Headline Future Music Festival 2015


Future Music Festival has announced Drake, Avicii and The Prodigy as headline acts for the festival’s 2015 national tour in February and March.

Australia’s biggest summer touring festival is set to bring the Canadian rap icon to Australia for his first ever visit Down Under, accompanied by the most in-demand DJ on the planet, Avicii, fresh off a European summer residence in Ibiza, plus the return of UK electronic duo The Prodigy and the group’s intense live sets. 

Also included in the first announcement are British dubstep trio Nero, rapper 2 Chainz, two-time Grammy winner Afrojack, MTV star Martin Garrix and his hit single ‘Animals’ and South African rap rave crew Die Antwoord.

General Pants will be releasing the first Future tickets from 4pm this Saturday (25th) with punters in with a chance to win a ‘meet and hang’ with their favourite Future act and a fresh $1,000 General Pants wardrobe. Check below to see which stores will be stocking early release tickets.

General tickets will go on sale from noon on Thursday, October 30 via the official Future website.

Future tickets in New South Wales, Western Australia, Queensland and Victoria are priced at $139.90 plus booking fee and service charge while tickets in South Australia will go for $135.00 plus booking fee and service charge. 

Future Music Festival 2015

The Prodigy
Martin Garrix
Die Antwoord
2 Chainz
Robin Schulz
Gorgon City
Yellow Claw
Cocoon presents Sven Väth
Art Department
Apollonia: Shonky, Dan Ghenacia, Dyed Soundorom

Saturday February 28
Royal Randwick Racecourse, Sydney (18+)

Sunday, March 1
Arena Joondalup, Perth (18+)

Saturday, March 7
Brisbane Showgrounds, Brisbane (18+)

Sunday, March 8
Flemington Racecourse, Melbourne (18+)

Monday, March 9
Adelaide Showground, Adelaide (15+)

General Pants Ticket Locations

NSW: Mid City, Sydney  | Westfield Parramatta | Westfield Bondi Junction

VIC: Bourke St, Melbourne | Chapel St, South Yarra

QLD: Albert St, Brisbane

SA: Rundle Mall, Adelaide

WA: Murray St, Perth

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