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Arcadia 2017

    

Brisbane
AdamMadd

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ARCADIA is a gathering for the musically experimental and open-minded. 

Returning to the transcendent grounds of the Goomburra Valley (approximately 1.5 hours south-west of Brisbane), ARCADIA’s second outing remains true the ethos underpinning its inaugural 2016 event.

The ARCADIA roster is eclectic and carefully programmed; expect sounds spanning downtempo electronica, disco, house and techno, with plenty of leftfield manoeuvres. The carefully programmed line-up acts as showcase to Brisbane’s wealth of local talent.

Camping is included in the cost of your ticket price, and encouraged. A limited ticket allocation guarantees intimacy to all participants. 

ARTIST LINEUP
Live Acts:
WILLARIS. K 
AUSTEN
ZAPÉD
PENELOPE TWO-FIVE 
DAILY HOLLA 

Djs:
RIKKI NEWTON 
ADAM SWAIN 
CHRIS GEORGE 
EMMA STEVENSON 
KRISTIAN STREINER 
JULIAN KEIM 


**Ride sharing is recommended. Please post to the page if you are in need of transport to/ from the event, and we can assist in securing you a shared ride**

**We ask that you be packed and ready to leave before 12:00pm on the Sunday afternoon, so we can clean and restore the site**

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Purchase Tickets: https://arcadiaevent.oztix.com.au/Default.aspx?Event=73335
Facebook URL: https://www.facebook.com/events/1886109881678487

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