FSOE400 Melbourne, Australia

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Aug 8th 2015

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Totem Onelove Group in conjunction with Aly & Fila present ‘Future Sound of Egypt 400’. The legendary Aly & Fila will be bringing with them an array of fresh talent to deliver a memorable evening of trance for the FSOE400 broadcast.

Aly & Fila’s radio show ‘Future Sound of Egypt’ has become an iconic trance radio show across the world, showcasing to hundreds of thousands of listeners each week, the latest releases and mixes from the world of trance. In 2014, the 350th episode of the show was celebrated, with multiple celebration events held across the globe for the broadcast. This year, the Egyptian duo celebrate their 400th episode of the show with a special event in Melbourne on August 8th.

Australia is known for its burgeoning music scene and its love of any and all types of music. Host to some of the best global touring events, Australian’s are passionate about a wide variety of sounds from all over the world. With an especially flourishing trance scene, Australia has welcomed trance legends from across the globe with open arms, and it’s largest venues have been filled to capacity with eager dance music fans.

Entrance fee: $110 for GA third release (1st and 2nd have sold out), $140 for VIP tickets.

This is an 18+ event only.


  • Ahmed Romel
  • Aly & Fila
  • Bjorn Akesson vs Mohamed Ragab
  • Fady & Mina
  • Ferry Tayle
  • Photographer
  • Reorder & Standerwick presents Skypatrol

How to get to the venue:

Festival hall is located at the top Western point of Melbourne’s CBD, easily accessible via public transport and close to several parking facilities. Melways Reference: Map 2E, Ref G.2. Parking options (note, these are all paid facilities. There is some limited free parking available in the CBD): Care CarPark (83-115 Batman Street) is 300m from Festival Hall, has a maximum charge of $25 and is open 24/7. Wilson Parking (Digital Harbour, Corner Harbour Esplanade & Dudley Street) is 400m from the venue, open 24/7 and has a flat rate of $15 for Etihad non-event times, or $20 for event times.

PUBLIC TRANSPORT: Tram: Routes 24, 30, 34, 70 and the City Circle stope at the corner of Latrobe and Spencer Streets, from which Festival Hall is a 5 minute walk along Spencer Street away from the city and then a left on Dudley Street. Train: Southern Cross Station is the suggested train station, and it is a 12-15 minute walk from the venue (1.1KM). Walk northbound along Spencer Street and turn left on Dudley Street. North Melbourne Station is the next suggested, it is 900M from the venue walking southbound down Adderley Street or Railway Place, where you will reach Dudley Street. Bus: Route 220 runs along Dudley street, hop off at stop 5.

TAXI: There are Taxi ranks at Southern Cross Station. Drop offs and pickups can be made in Rosslyn Street or Spencer Street.