Dreamstate Featuring Ferry Corsten Lands in Melbourne This Saturday

Dreamstate, the Insomniac owned festival, is returning to Melbourne on Saturday 5th of October at Melbourne Arena. After running consecutively from 2016-2017 in Australia, Insomniac and Symbiotic are teaming up to bring it back with a star studded lineup.

The same acts will also touch down in Sydney, however, the event is under the Atlantis brand and will take place on the Sunday. Trance fans in both Melbourne and Sydney have a treat in store for them in early October.

The 2019 iteration of Dreamstate Melbourne brings us the likes of:

Ferry Corsten pres. System F
KEY4050 (John O’Callaghan and Bryan Kearney)
Bryan Kearney
Rank 1 (Classics Set)
Oliver Smith

What is most notable is that Ferry Corsten will debut his System F project in Australia. After first performing the new live show back in November, all fans who have experienced it leave with high praise. Fans in both Melbourne and Sydney will no doubt experience the same performance that so many have raved about.

Unsurprisingly, tickets for Dreamstate are sold out. On the other hand, there is still a small allocation of tickets left for Atlantis – you can buy them here.




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