22/11/2018 to 25/11/2018


45 000
Multi Day Festival
From its inception in 1993 as a small party for a few hundred people, Earthcore has gone on to become a name synonymous with world class outdoor festivals. Over the past 20 years the forests and National Parks around Melbourne have played host to Earthcore events, now it's time to rise once again…"Bush Doofs" - as they are often referred to - rose from pirate, squat and warehouse parties which emerged in the UK when dance music was born in the late 1980s.
Earthcore is held annually on the last weekend in November since the early '90s evolving into a 3 day, multi-dimensional music and lifestyle festival that has built an internationally renowned reputation. The extravaganza features DJs from around the world, as well as live acts, performance artists, and massive art installations, attracting thousands of party goers from around Australia and the world. While Earthcore has always featured a diverse array of musical styles, it's most well known for catering to a certain niche – trance and psychedelic music. In recent years to cater to the ever evolving face of dance music, Earthcore have expanded their roster to include everything from drum & bass, glitch, minimal and breaks alongside their steadfast progressive, techno, trance, psychedelic and chill out areas.
Earthcore has cemented itself as one of the most progressive festivals in Australia and it's audience continues to grow and diversify, appealing to people from all walks of life. What brings all these people together is their love of music and a thirst for a unique experience, all in the beautiful Australian outdoors - the way mother nature intended.

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