Piknic Electronik ft Carl Cox & Eric Powell


  • Carl Cox London, United Kingdom

    One of the grandfather of house music and DJing. In the 1980s Cox was a hardcore/rave DJ. He performed at numerous clubs and also served as a monthly DJ for BBC Radio One

Sidney Myer Music Bowl

Kings Domain Gardens, Melbourne, Australia


The Sidney Myer Music Bowl is an outdoor performance venue in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. It is located in the lawns and gardens of Kings Domain, close to the Arts Centre and the Southbank entertainment precinct. It was officially opened by Prime Minister Robert Menzies on 12 February 1959, with an audience of 30,000 people, and is listed on the Victorian Heritage Register.

Event details

Established in 2003 in Montreal, Canada, Piknic Electronik was an avenue to showcase international and local DJs in electronic, house and techno. Since its inception Piknic has travelled all around the world and to every single continent (expect Antarctica) from Barcelona to Santiago to Austin to Dubai and now to Melbourne. The party takes place over the summer period from May to September if you live in the northern hemisphere and November to February if you’re in the southern hemisphere.

As the its title suggests not only are guests encouraged to enjoy the myriad of talents electronic acts, they are also encouraged to bring a picnic. There are also a wide range of bars available from cocktails, to local beer and mixed drinks.

In Melbourne the day party takes place from 2pm-9pm so don’t forget your sunnies, as the event is one hundred percent outdoors. The event is held at Melbourne’s iconic Sidney Myer Music Bowl, which has been an important part of Melbourne’s music scene since 1959. Nestled amongst the lush surroundings of Kings Domain, Piknic has seen the likes of Carl Cox & Eric Powell, George Fitzergald and Nina Kraviz take over the bowl.

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