Future Music Festival announces 2015 line-up, An in depth look


Australia continues to drop exciting line-ups for next years festival season and the newest edition is Future Music Festival. The electronic and dance heavy event will take place in multiple cities from February to early March. As one of the fastest expanding festivals in Australia, FMF organizers have unveiled an extremely exciting 2015 line-up.


Headlining the massive event will be Canadian chart topping rapper Drake, EDM powerhouse Avicii and one of the most intense electronic live acts around, The Prodigy. What makes this list of headliners stand out even more is that this will be Drake’s first ever performance in the land down under. As unbelievable as it sounds the Grammy Award winning rapper has never had a concert in Australia and it is hard to imagine how the festival organizers managed to pull it off. Regardless, Drake’s set will undoubtedly be the highlight of the festival and a unique offering to the Australian festival scene as a whole.


Other notable acts gracing the event are Martin Garrix, Afrojack, Nero, Die Antwoord, Example, 2 Chainz, Klingande and more. Other artists are expected to be announced in the future, but you can get a good idea on how this festival is designed and what it is aiming for with the initial line-up. There is some overlap with last years line-up but the top five acts should be enough to keep any dance craving concert goer happy.

afrojack_edm_3I highly recommend you see The Prodigy and Drake since it will be his first ever show in the country and his first festival headlining slot of the year. This line-up further increases the ever growing reputation of Australia as a vibrant music scene and my jealousy for not living in one of the most beautiful countries around.

Here is the kick ass line-up video below:


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