Babylon In The Park 2020
With Alan Fitzpatrick, Carl Cox and Ann Clue behind the decks, Babylon In The Park promises an unforgettable extravaganza
Experience the unique spirit of Babylon In The Park as the one day, open air event returns to the iconic Sidney Myer Music Bowl in Melbourne on Sunday 23rd February 2020. Across three stages you can choose between techno and house to psychedelic, then enjoy the spectacular visual and audio sensory experience.
The line-up is suitably epic with each act chosen to create the atmosphere that the event has become renowned for. That’s not just the music but the essence of the bush that encapsulates Babylon In The Park. One to look out for is the Australian debut of Alan Fitzpatrick’s who has risen from the underground techno scene to grace main stages with his stunning range of extraordinary melodies and thumping beats. Babylon partner and curator Carl Cox will be bringing his unique brand of techno into The Bowl so expect the beats, the dance and all the good vibes.
The German DJ and producer, Ann Clue, will be showcasing her experimental flair for dark melodic techno, acid and bass tracks and will be joined by Hidden Empire and Stan Kolev on the Bushtechno stage who will both be making their Australian debuts.
Then there is a live set from world renowned classical pianist turned synth royalty and electro veteran Reinier Zonneveld to close out the main stage. The one-day event will also include installations from Bushtechno and Fulcrum Designs amongst others as well as a vast array of food trucks and full bars to enhance those good times. Tickets are still available at https://www.babylon.net.au/ so grab yours for an unforgettable event.
Ann Clue – Salvation
Alan Fitzpatrick’s Set from Terminal V Festival
Reinier Zonneveld’s Set from the State Aviation Museum