Let Them Eat Cake 2020
For its eighth year running, electronic-music-focused New Year's Day festival Let Them Eat cake will return to Werribee Mansion for another day of performances from world-renowned DJs and producers, helped along by Australia's best.
Headlining the event this year is English Producer and DJ Jon Hopkins, whose cross-genre work combines both ambient soundscapes and the thud of techno. His 2018 album Singularity was nominated for a Grammy for Best Dance/Electronic album.
Coming from a more jubilant end of the party spectrum is Honey Dijon. The DJ takes influence from jacking Chicago house and techno, frequently sending crowds into hands-in-the-air raptures.
Also flying in for the festival are US beat-makers Tokimonsta and Shigeto, celebrated Dutch DJ Tom Trago, and Scottish DJ and producer Denis Sulta, among others.
Locals on the bill include a live set from Harvey Sutherland, Wax'o Paradiso, Adi Toohey and UK-based Sydney ex-pat Haai, who was awarded the 2018 BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix of the Year.
Let Them Eat Cake is organised by Novel, the touring and events company also behind the upcoming Pitch Music and Arts Festival – an electronic music and arts camping festival held in rural Victoria.
General tickets are on sale now. Tickets here.
First round line-up:
Plus more to be announced.