Earth Frequency Festival 2019

Earth Frequency Festival 2019

WELCOME TO EARTH FREQUENCY FESTIVAL 2019
4 days of music, art, nature, community and connection.

Line Up:

CloZee
Dub FX Live
Luigi Madonna
Desert Dwellers
Sonic Species
Marvel Years
Electrypnose
The Upbeats
HypoGeo
Kalya Scintilla with Eve Olution
Spoonbill Ensemble
Grouch in Dub Band
Nanoplex
https://soundcloud.com/nanoplex-1
Truth
https://soundcloud.com/Truthdubstep
Merkaba with Eve Olution
https://soundcloud.com/merkabamusic
Birds of Paradise
https://soundcloud.com/birdsofparadise
Deya Dova
https://www.soundcloud.com/deya-dova
Dov1
https://soundcloud.com/dov1/
Matiu Te Huki
https://soundcloud.com/1looper-1shot-1love-album
Hatzler
https://soundcloud.com/mathiashattingishatzler
Kromagon
https://soundcloud.com/aragon
Ben Coda
https://soundcloud.com/bencoda
Hypnotech
https://soundcloud.com/addictech-records/
jossie Telch
https://soundcloud.com/jossie-telch
kLL sMTH
https://soundcloud.com/kllsmth
The Strides
https://soundcloud.com/thestrides
Whitebear
https://soundcloud.com/hwitebear
Tetrameth
https://soundcloud.com/tetrameth
The Librarian
https://soundcloud.com/the-librarian
Fabio Leal
https://soundcloud.com/z_fabioleal
Liquid Bloom
https://soundcloud.com/liquidbloom
Thankyou City
https://soundcloud.com/thankyoucity
Smilk
https://soundcloud.com/smilkmusic
Hugo & Treats
https://soundcloud.com/treatscast
Safire
https://soundcloud.com/safirebba
griff
https://soundcloud.com/griff
Doppel
https://soundcloud.com/doppelau
Pspiralife
https://soundcloud.com/pspiralife
bumble
https://soundcloud.com/bumblebeatz
Bass To Pain Converter
https://soundcloud.com/basstopainconverter/
Cheshire
https://soundcloud.com/cheshire
Purple Hayes
https://soundcloud.com/purplehayesmusic
Xsetra
https://soundcloud.com/xsetra
2Dogs
https://soundcloud.com/hydrofunk-records
Victor Y
https://soundcloud.com/victoryclique
Megapixel
https://soundcloud.com/mega_pixel
Murray Kyle
https://soundcloud.com/murray-kyle
Volkiene
https://soundcloud.com/volkiene
Mood Swing & Chevy Bass
https://soundcloud.com/moodswingandchevybass
ZigMon
https://soundcloud.com/zigmon-bassicrecords
Eartheogen
https://soundcloud.com/eartheogen
Surge
https://soundcloud.com/levisurge
Paul Abad
https://soundcloud.com/paulabad
Psymon
smiGGle
https://soundcloud.com/smiggle-2
Elbow
https://soundcloud.com/welbo
Z.I.V
https://soundcloud.com/ziv-k/splendourinthegrass18
Butterz
https://soundcloud.com/butterzmusic
Jesse Kuch
https://soundcloud.com/open-records
Loa
The 4’20’ Sound
https://soundcloud.com/the420sound
Fat Picnic
https://soundcloud.com/fat-picnic
Trickbox
https://www.soundcloud.com/trickb0x
Doe
https://soundcloud.com/doeadj
Tranceducer
https://soundcloud.com/dj-tranceducer
Birrang Miil Mob
https://soundcloud.com/birrangmiil
Mickey Space
https://soundcloud.com/mickeyspace
Mapstone
https://mapstonemusic.bandcamp.com/album/tribal-nation
Duos
https://soundcloud.com/duos/low-slung-hooners-vol-1
mIDium
https://www.soundcloud.com/midium
Jesswah & Friends
https://www.soundcloud.com/jesswah
Heavy Mix Kartel
B-Syde
https://soundcloud.com/mr-b-syde
APRÓ + Wilma
https://soundcloud.com/apro_au
Freestyle Mafia
https://soundcloud.com/beanstalkrecords
Skurge
https://soundcloud.com/skurgeovdacity
Torusphere
https://soundcloud.com/torusphere
Christian Kerr
https://soundcloud.com/christian-kerr
iSh
https://soundcloud.com/11-11ish
Shallie
https://soundcloud.com/shalliecampbell
Selecta Savage
https://m.soundcloud.com/emerjyza
Malcolm
https://www.soundcloud.com/dj-malcolm-mcintosh

 

“Second Hand Ticket Sales – in the interests of keeping this official event page a clean and useful resource leading up to the event – we have created another event where you can list your tickets for sale. We respect your right to sell your ticket, but in the month leading up to the festival the number of posts is usually enough to make it hard to find useful information and discussion. We will be deleting any posts from people selling tickets or asking for 2nd hand tickets, and you can post your tickets for sale here: https://www.facebook.com/events/200123594192830/

Grouch
Grouch
Dj & Producer
Psychedelic minimal techno progressive trance dub and dubstep
Spoonbill
Spoonbill
Dj & Producer
Wonkadelic Glitch Groove
Kalya Scintilla
Kalya Scintilla
Dj & Producer
Alchemical Audio
HypoGeo
HypoGeo
Dj & Producer
Psytrance
The Upbeats
The Upbeats
Dj & Producer
Drum and Bass
Electrypnose
Dj & Producer
Progressive Psytrance
Marvel Years
Marvel Years
Dj & Producer
Electro Soul | Future Funk | Hip Hop Producer & Live Guitarist
Sonic Species
Sonic Species
Dj & Producer
Fullon Psytrance
Desert Dwellers
Desert Dwellers
Dj & Producer
Multi-Genre Psy Dub Electronic World
Luigi Madonna
Luigi Madonna
Dj & Producer
Techno | Dance Music
Dub FX
Dub FX
Dj & Producer
Dub Music
clozee
CloZee
Dj & Producer
Electronic Music
Personal
$360-$500

E-Tickets
For our 2019 festival edition, we are selling tickets through Ticketbooth, using an E-Ticket system. This E-Ticket system will make it easy for you to digitally store your ticket, print out if you want a physical version, and re-issue the ticket if you accidentally lose your ticket. You will need to bring your ticket printed out or on a mobile device to be scanned at the Front Gate for entry to the festival.

Ticket issues/support
Email [email protected] for any questions, issues and name changes on your tickets.

Photo ID / Name Changes
You must bring Photo ID to verify you are the ticket owner, and the name on your ticket must exactly match the name on your photo ID. The only possible delegation of tickets is if the ticket owner has multiple tickets, they may may delegate additional tickets to people in the same vehicle. Name changes can be organised by contacting [email protected] and there is a $20 name change fee. Name changes are available until 1 week before the festival - 9am Friday 8th of February.

Payment Plans
If you prefer to pay off your festival tickets in fortnightly instalments, payment plans are available for first, second, and third round tickets. To make the best use of the payment plan option, it is recommended to get your tickets early in the ticket round as the Ticketbooth Payment Plans work by dividing the ticket price by the number of remaining payment dates within a fixed range, so if you wait until the end of the First Round ticket allocation, the Payment Plan will only cover a small number of instalments and the price per instalment will be higher. We do not offer payment plans for the early bird ticket rounds or fourth round tickets.

Vehicle Passes
As part of our efforts to reduce the festival's environmental footprint, promote car pooling and reduce the amount of traffic on the roads, there is a $30 vehicle pass fee. This vehicle pass replaces our voluntary, per-person carbon-offset donation, and additionally the income raised from this vehicle pass fee will go towards covering traffic management costs, supporting local environmental outcomes, and contributing to our road safety programs in the interests of a safe and sustainable festival.

Tickets for Children
Children aged 0-13 are granted free access to the festival. We love having a family friendly environment at the festival and this is our gesture towards making it easier for families to attend. To participate in the Family Realm activities for kids, a family realm pass per child is required, see below. Youth tickets for 14-17 years old are $150 and will be available at the gate. Please bring proof of age for any children attending to ensure access to free entry or discounted youth tickets.

Family Realm Passes
Earth Frequency Festival has been committed to running a family friendly festival with the introduction of the Kids Space in 2008, and a policy of free/discounted tickets for children. Now 10 years after it's humble beginnings in a single tipi with a dozen children, the Family Realm has become very popular and wildly exceeded our early ideas about what this space would ever be, with hundreds of children attending the space each year and a team that is barely able to keep up with the demand! The rate of growth, connection and learning has been phenomenal and we thank you for your love and support over the years.

To keep up with this amazing level of participation and to ensure that we can continue to provide quality workshops, entertainment and professional staff, we have introduced a $20 participation pass for the Family Realm per child. The Family Realm participation fee is being implemented to ensure that enough materials and professional staff can be made available to cover the growing interest in the space from all the beautiful Earth Frequency families, and to help us estimate the number of children that we will be providing for. This pass will be available to purchase online when you buy your tickets and every child over the age of 1 will require a pass to enter the Family Realm. Anyone purchasing a festival ticket (Adults and Youth) are not required to purchase the pass - it is only required for kids of ages 1-13 who gain free entry to the festival, to enter and participate in the Family Realm).

QTFN Donations
Please consider supporting our local environmental initiatives with our chosen environmental charity organisation - QTFN. There are three QTFN donation options which will go towards revegetation and wildlife care in the local area of the festival. You can read more about our partnership with QTFN here. http://www.earthfrequency.com.au/qtfn_partnership

Camping Upgrades
Deluxe Camping will be on sale at Midday September 12th. Deluxe Camping plots can be purchased here: https://events.ticketbooth.com.au/event/earth-frequency-festival-2019-deluxe-camping/pre-sale

Other camping upgrades can be purchased as add-on products with your tickets.

Australia is world famous for its natural wonders and wide open spaces, its beaches, deserts, “the bush”, and “the Outback“.

Australia is one of the world’s most highly urbanised countries; it is well known for the attractions of its large cities such as Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, and Perth.

Australia is the sixth-largest country by land area. It is comparable in size to the 48 contiguous United States. Australia is bordered to the west by the Indian Ocean, and to the east by the South Pacific Ocean. The Tasman Sea lies to the southeast, separating it from New Zealand, while the Coral Sea lies to the northeast. Papua New Guinea, East Timor and Indonesia are Australia’s northern neighbours, separated from Australia by the Arafura Sea and the Timor Sea.

Australia is highly urbanised with most of the population heavily concentrated along the eastern and south-eastern coasts. Most of the inland areas of the country are semi-arid. The most-populous states are Victoria and New South Wales, but by far the largest in land area is Western Australia.

Australia has an area of 7,682,300km² (2,966,152 square miles) and the distances between cities and towns are easy to underestimate. The Government has published a National Public Toilet Map.

Australia has large areas that have been deforested for agricultural purposes, but many native forest areas survive in extensive national parks and other undeveloped areas. Long-term Australian concerns include salinity, pollution, loss of biodiversity, and management and conservation of coastal areas, especially the Great Barrier Reef.

As a large island a wide variation of climates are found across Australia. It is not completely hot and sun-kissed, as stereotypes would suggest. There are regions that can be quite cool and wet. However, a good portion of the country receives more than 3,000°hr of sunshine a year. Generally, the north is hot and tropical, while the south tends to be sub-tropical and temperate. Most rainfall is around the coast, and much of the centre is arid and semi-arid. The daytime maximum temperatures in Darwin rarely drop below 30°C (86°F), even in winter, while night temperatures in winter usually hover around 15-20°C (59-68°F). Temperatures in some southern regions can drop below freezing in winter and the Snowy Mountains in the South East experiences metres of winter snow. Parts of Tasmania and Victoria have a temperature range very similar to England.

As Australia is in the southern hemisphere the winter is June-August while December-February is summer. The winter is the dry season in the tropics, and the summer is the wet. In the southern parts of the country, the seasonal temperature variation is greater. The rainfall is more evenly distributed throughout the year in the southern parts of the East Coast, while in the rest of the south beyond the Great Dividing Range, the summers are dry with the bulk of the rainfall occurring in winter.

Australia has a multicultural population practising almost every religion and lifestyle. Over one-quarter of Australians were born outside Australia, and another quarter have at least one foreign-born parent. Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney are centers of the multicultural. All three cities are renowned for the variety and quality of global arts, intellectual endeavors, and cuisine available in their many restaurants. Sydney is a hub of art, culture, and history containing the world class architectural gem, the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Melbourne especially promotes itself as a centre for the arts, while Brisbane promotes itself through various multicultural urban villages. Adelaide must be mentioned in addition, as it is known for being a centre for festivals as well as Germanic cultural influences. Perth, also, is known for its food and wine culture, pearls, gems and precious metals as well as the international fringe arts festival. There are quite a few more that deserve mention, but this gives an idea via introduction. Smaller rural settlements generally reflect a majority Anglo-Celtic culture often with a small Aboriginal population. Virtually every large Australian city and town reflects the effect of immigration from Europe, Asia, the Middle East and the Pacific that occurred after World War II and continued into the 1970s, in the half century after the war when Australia’s population boomed from roughly 7 million to just over 20 million people.

There are approximately half a million Australians who identify as being of Aboriginal descent. Less maintain elements of traditional Aboriginal culture.

Descendants of the population of convicts mentioned in the country’s history are currently a smaller minority compared to the estimated 50% of the population originally comprised of them when Britain and others landed on the shores and inhabited the land. Long ago during the involuntary transportation and relocation from Europe and other places, it must be noted that all records were not kept nor available to others, nor have those records that existed all survived the uses of people throughout history.

The English of Australia were once known for local colour and colloquialisms but that largely has been lost to outside influence and influx. People in rural areas still tend to speak in a broader, colloquial accent and have a different manner, using many of the slang words that have become outmoded in metropolitan areas. Accents tend to be broader and slower outside of the large cities. There are overall small pronunciation differences based upon culture of origin in the cities, but these are becoming less common. Speech has become more generic. For example the word “you” colloquially, is often rolled off the tongue sharply on the south east coast, almost as “ewe” as opposed to the west coast and other regions. Another modern variation based upon migrants from Africa is found in Afrikaans accents on the west coast, modifying the local accents slightly due to the larger population and numbers of Afrikaans and Boer African immigration there. In the urban English speaking world, an educated, white-collar and/or conservative Australian accent is softer or generic in tonal quality, rather than the sharp tones in some rural areas. Regarding other variations in speech, usually native speakers can recognise the subtle regional variations.

A trend among Australians is social conservatism compared to some European cultures and an acquired balanced attitude, defining their European origins within a preference for the growing Asian influence. They tend to be relaxed regarding religious observance. The Australian sense of egalitarianism in its gungho form has moderated; while modes of address still tend to be casual and familiar compared to some other cultures, such as Asian. Most Australians will tend to address you by your first name and will expect that you reciprocate.

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