As part of Smirnoff’s creative initiative inspired by cultural swapsies, the Nightlife Exchange Project, they are bringing some of the best electronic music acts from LA to Future Music Festival… Namely, unofficial mash-up king, Australian-by-marriage and pal of Pedestrian Steve Aoki – along with the DJ crew from his own record label, Dim Mak, are heading up their own stage at Future Music Festival 2011. They join the Presets, Mark Ronson, the Chemical Brothers and several others.
To ceremonialise the latest chapter of Smirnoff’s Nightlife Exchange Project we’re giving away a double pass to Future Music Festival for every city on the tour (Brisbane, Perth, Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide) to Pedestrian subscribers.
To win all you need to do is subscribe now (or if you’ve been subscribed for years, even better) and tell us in the comments section of this post the best thing to come out of LA. Be creative. And remember to include your capital city.
Dim Mak and Smirnoff’s Nightlife Exchange Project at the Future Music Festival 2011
Brisbane – Saturday March 5, Doomben Racecourse
Perth – Sunday March 6, (Labour Day Long Weekend), Arena Joondalup
Sydney – Saturday March 12, Randwick Racecourse
Melbourne – Sunday March 13, (Labour Day Long Weekend), Flemington Racecourse
Adelaide – Monday March 14, (Adelaide Cup Long Weekend), Garden of Unearthly Delights, Rundle & Rymill Park