Subculture returned to Melbourne on Saturday April 29 and the vibrant city once again became the centre of the Trance music world. From superb performances to mind blowing production and to that glorious moment when John O’Callaghan dropped ‘Find Yourself’, Subculture Melbourne was a huge success.
The sets of John O’Callaghan, Bryan Kearney, Giuseppe Ottaviani, Will Atkinson, Grum, The Noble Six and Jordan Suckley rocked the enormous crowd, taking party goers on an immersive Trance experience.
With ravaging basslines, fierce beats, stunning melodies and euphoric breakdowns, each set was slamming, delivering unlimited Trance power. And that’s exactly what the crowd hoped for.
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Posted by Evolution Events on Saturday, 29 April 2017
There were towers of flames, frantic lights and spectacular lasers, leaving an impression, not only on its visitors but also on the ten-thousands of people who enjoyed the incredible video footage on social media.
“Our team at Evolution Events has stepped it up this time. We are extremely proud of everyone involved. Special mentions goes out to Synergy, MNVR, and Lumina Lazers who were a big part of the success for Subculture 2017,” organisers told The Trance Project.
Subculture was another unique happening that moved us all, including the king of Subculture himself John O’Callaghan, writing on social media that the Melbourne show was a “career highlight” and “the best Subculture event yet.”
This was another Subculture experience to remember.
After a mesmerising show with Subculture, the good people at Evolution Events are proud to continue the extraordinary Trance vibes with two brand new shows: ‘Open Up‘ & the biggest Transmission in the world. Stay tuned for more info!
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