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Change of date for Perth ‘Synthony’ concert, plus lineup update

The 2021 Synthony concert will continue to make its way across the country with the Sydney component still on for Friday 8th October and the Perth experience moved to Friday 5th November.

Celebrating the last 30 years of dance music, ‘Synthony’ is a unique collaboration between orchestra, DJs, live vocalists and feature musicians. 

Appearing on stage will be Miss Connie of Sneaky Sound System fame, Chris Murphy, Roxy Lebrasse 
and Mind Electric.

The super-charged and energetic show will feature some of the biggest dance anthems from icons such as Avicii, Eric Prydz, Fatboy Slim and Basement Jaxx – all backed with the full might of a 60+ piece Synthony Orchestra. 

Club music has always lent itself well to the art of the remix. Over the past couple of years, though, it has been bold enough to venture into more ‘posh’ territory, with synth-laden tunes being given the symphonic treatment.

From Carl Craig to Craig David to David Bowie, we’ve seen producers and the artists they’ve mixed going for a more ‘classic’ sound. Soon, everyone from Armand van Helden to Pete Tong were releasing full albums of club classics turned symphonic.

With an epic backdrop of visuals, lasers and a state-of-the-art sound system, Synthony promises to continue the dance-goes-classic magic creating an uplifting, hands-in-the-air party like no other. 

Antonino Tati 


Friday 8th October – Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney

Friday 5th November – RAC Arena, Perth

Tickets are available here.


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