Knife Party Join Future Music Festival 2015 Off The Back Of A Massive Debut Album Release

Written by Sam Murphy on 17th November, 2014

Knife Party Join Future Music Festival 2015 Off The Back Of A Massive Debut Album Release

Off the back off an absolutely huge reaction from fans across the globe, the debut album from critically acclaimed electronic music heavyweights Knife Party is here - Abandon Ship. Future Music Festival is thrilled to announce that the Perth-via-London duo will join our 2015 line-up, performing right across the country to Future audiences next Feb/March!

Unexpectedly dropping three weeks ahead of schedule, Abandon Ship immediately stormed into the charts, reaching #2 on iTunes Album Charts in Australia, #2 in the UK (BBC Radio 1's Zane Lowe naming it Album Of The Week) and #3 in the USA.

Future HQ wanted to embrace the band's amazing recent success and welcome them home in the biggest way possible. We couldn't resist offering Knife Party the chance to bring Abandon Ship to the biggest Aussie audiences of their career to date; and so, Knife Party have joined the party alongside such huge names as Drake, Avicii, the Prodigy and more!

Festival Director Brett Robinson said: "Knife Party have always had such a big impact whenever they have played Future Music Festival. We absolutely love the new album and the response from our audience has been huge. After a lot of discussion, we all agreed the best tour for Knife Party would be main stage on the festival so we just had to make it happen!"

Off the back of the amazing reaction to their debut, the band's planned December headlines dates have been set aside to make room for their spot on Australia's biggest national touring festival, described by Knife Party on last night's triple j

interview with Richard Kingsmill as, "One of the best dance music festivals in the world, definitely."

Don't despair existing ticketholders: you're invited to witness Knife Party's exhilarating live show in person next summer at Future '15. To take up this offer, simply keep your Knife Party ticket which will now get you into the general admission area at Future Music Festival 2015, saving you a whopping $60 off the regular price.

Knife Party tickets that are not refunded will be accepted into general admission area at Future Music Festival 2015. Tickets do not need to be swapped - the barcodes will be loaded into the scanning system. Knife Party ticket holders who want to take up the offer of using their ticket for Future '15 do not need to contact the ticket agency - it's as simple as holding onto the Knife Party ticket and rocking up to the festival.

Tickets purchased for the original Knife Party shows are now valid for Future Music Festival 2015 in the city matching the tickets originally purchased. You do not need to exchange your tickets, your Knife Party tickets will scan upon entry at Future Music Festival. Tickets are non-transferable between cities.

Refunds: Available until December 22. If you purchased your tickets at a ticket agency, please take your tickets back to the place of purchase for a full refund.

If you are unable to attend the rescheduled date and purchased your ticket online or over the phone through moshtix please contact us via the Moshtix Ticket Support page for a refund before close of business on Monday 22 December 2014. If you purchased your ticket from a moshtix retail outlet and can no longer attend you will need to return to the outlet with your ticket to receive your refund before close of business on Monday 22 December 2014.

Knife Party – just announced!


Drake | Avicii | The Prodigy

Afrojack | Martin Garrix
Nero | Example | Die Antwoord
Sigma | 2 Chainz | Kiesza | Tchami
Blasterjaxx | Robin Schulz | Klingande
Gorgon City | Carnage | Bassjackers
Yellow Claw | Throttle
Cocoon presents Sven Väth
Art Department | Apollonia : Shonky
Dan Ghenacia | Dyed Soundorom
+ many more to be announced

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