World’s biggest EDM festival headed to Australia
The organisers behind some of the biggest music festivals in the world, including EDM juggernaut Tomorrowland, are bringing the world-renowned Sensation to Australia this year.
Presented by Dance Nation Australia – and announced at a launch party at Sydney’s Marquee last night – Sensation will take over Sydney’s Olympic Park on November 25.
With the ethos “celebrate life”, Sensation is the brainchild of Dutch entertainment company ID&T who launched Sensation in 2000 as a one-off event in Amsterdam.
Now an international phenomenon, the festival has toured 34 countries across five continents, welcomed over two million visitors and hosted acts like Armin Van Buuren, Laidback Luke, Zedd, Sebastian Ingrosso and Tiesto.
The concept of the festival, which connects millions of people across the globe through the universal language of dance and music, has won awards for ‘Best Event of the Year’ in the Netherlands, Germany, Brazil, and Denmark.
If ID&T’s global reception is anything to go by, registration for first access to tickets is necessary – in 2013, tickets to Tomorrowland sold out in one second.
Those who do register will go in the draw to win return flights, accommodation and 2 x tickets to Sensation ‘The Final’ in Amsterdam.
See below for more pics from the Sensation launch at Marquee Sydney last night:
Photo Credit: Ashley Mar
This article originally appeared on The Industry Observer, which is now part of The Music Network.