Future Entertainment & Hardware call it a day on Two Tribes

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Future Entertainment and Hardware, the promoters behind legendary dance festival Two Tribes, have announced that they’ll be putting the event to bed in 2007. With a long history in the Australian dance scene for putting on one of the most eagerly anticipated dance festivals each year, the news will come as a blow to many, but you needn’t shed a tear as each promoter has exciting new ventures that will undoubtedly rival the size and scale of Two Tribes come March 2007!

Launched this year in Sydney, in 2007 Future Entertainment will take their Future Music Festival on the road and tour nationally, taking in shows across all of Australia’s major cities and in New Zealand over the space of three weekends. In a press release issued on Thursday September 21st, Future promised a fresh, new, diverse and dynamic multi genre festival. The concept will see an exciting lineup of international talent headlining the tour, with cutting edge DJs, live acts and MCs to be announced over the coming months.

Hardware’s plans are equally impressive, with news coming to hand they they’ll be launching two new boutique electronic festival events in Victoria over summer (December and February), as well as a brand new touring festival in March. Their new event will visit Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, Perth, Brisbane and Asia, and in a statement released the Hardware crew announced that the tour will take a step away from “cheesy” music and into cutting edge locations removed from sports arenas and more sterile environments.

The Future Music Festival will visit Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth and Auckland from March 3rd to March 17th. Stay tuned for dates and further details on Hardware’s new ventures.

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trashy

trashy said on the 21st Sep, 2006

bound to happen...disappointing more so for what it represents...the end of an area where each room had diverse and quality music...

Seamus Ryan

Seamus Ryan said on the 21st Sep, 2006

*waves goodbye* it can only get better... surely....

skywalkin_

skywalkin_ said on the 21st Sep, 2006

I hope it's at Randwick again, best outdoor venue in Sydney by far.

Tiny Robot

Tiny Robot said on the 21st Sep, 2006

Does this mean that hardware have been axed?

peter_willyam

peter_willyam said on the 21st Sep, 2006

this sucks :( .. don't we have enough samey house-outdoors festivals? summafieldayze, parklife etc. I liked two tribes cos it had a stronger trance focus.. hope it's still at night

aerobiotic

aerobiotic said on the 21st Sep, 2006

hmmm the only party I'll actually pay money to see. Oh the memories RIP TT!!!

dj-adz

dj-adz said on the 22nd Sep, 2006

Oh yeah. Future Music rocked last year, a lot better event than two tribes

VanBuurenisGod

VanBuurenisGod said on the 22nd Sep, 2006

future music festival in sydney was exactly the same line up as TT anyhow. Where will the differences be? No techno cos hardware have been given the arse?

paulonpatrol

paulonpatrol said on the 22nd Sep, 2006

So right Trashy! Hardware gave this thing cred for sure. So many great artists... a real shame...

tis_paul

tis_paul said on the 23rd Sep, 2006

I hope "multi genre festival" means they are moving away from an all electronic event....

drrudi00

drrudi00 said on the 6th Jan, 2007

damit i luved two tribes it went for a long time hope they can top it or i will be spewing