This Easter, about three hours west of Melbourne, just outside of Bookaar, three-day festival Inner Varnika returns for the fifth time.
Inner Varnika will transform the rural landscape of Victoria's West into a space for dance-music enthusiasts who are looking for the doof.
The festival is known for its small numbers, heavy techno and for providing a safe space for explorations of non-binary sexualities and gender fluidity.
This year's international line-up has just dropped and includes Canadian DJ RAMZi, who is charting new territory in the world of electronic music with her warped soundscapes. Silent Servant will provide a darker sound with an intoxicating retro-futurist techno-punk vibe. Bringing something completely different is Amp Fiddler with modern groove, funk, soul and exceptional keyboard talent. Other acts include Jane Fitz, Touching Bass and Finn Johannsen.
Inner Varnika is strictly limited to 2000 places, and is already down to its final-release tickets.