Hard Kandy 15th Birthday Anniversary

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17th October Hard Kandy (1999 – 2014) The longest running Hard Dance Brand in Australia, and still managing events till today. Consistently selling out shows and touring artists from all over the World. Australia is considered to have one of the most sophisticated and diverse scenes in the World. It is no easy task to… Read more »

The Prophet

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The Prophet

8th August Hardstyle pioneer The Prophet has travelled the world for 25 years, performing at parties such as Tomorrowland, Qlimax, EDC Las Vegas, Thunderdome, TomorrowWorld and Defqon.1. He is the founder of leading hardstyle label Scantraxx, which gave rise to the success of many artists, including Headhunterz and Wildstylez. His music is being played and… Read more »

Coone – Global Dedication Tour

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13th June One of those rare artists, whose musical style is clearly recognisable throughout the dance music world and a legacy that is none other than Scot Project is back on our shores once again. His signature sound has helped create the harder side of the Trance and Tech-trance genres in its early years, and… Read more »

Scot Project – Hard Kandy @Roxanne – 16th May

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Scot Project One of those rare artists, whose musical style is clearly recognisable throughout the dance music world and a legacy that is none other than Scot Project is back on our shores once again. His signature sound has helped create the harder side of the Trance and Tech-trance genres in its early years, and… Read more »

Pharmacy – A vulgar display of Power

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Don’t call it a comeback- we’ve been here for years!! Like the almighty Hulk Hogan and the Jesus Christ posse before them, the Pharmacy brat pack have been evicted from their retirement village at the Betty Ford clinic to stage possibly the most EPIC comeback (or questionable- your choice) of all time! With great vengeance… Read more »