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Event Name:Beats Underage Festival 2012
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Venue Name:Luna Park
Venue Address:18 Lower Esplanade, St Kilda, Victoria
Recommended Age:13 - 17
Ticket Price:$40 (First Release)
Event Presented By:Supafame Touring
Contact Phone:0423238789

Beats Underage Festival – Luna Park

Beats Under 18 Festival first started in April 2011 and was a sell out, being one of the biggest festivals to happen during the year. Despite the weather Beats was a successful event with kids rocking it in the rain to heavy tunes to the unlimited rides!!! So don’t miss out on 2012! This is one event that will kick start your year! This Event will blow your mind away, with some very big names announced + plenty more to come!

For the first time Supafame is hosting an Under 18’s DJ Battle, bringing together the best Melbourne DJs in one arena, playing their heart out to our nation!

This year Beats Underage is bringing you something new and different. Here is a hint of what you can expect.
– Never done before at an Under 18 event – 3D Room with 3D effects.
– Unlimited rides (usually valued at $43.95)
– Foam pit arena
– Supadance showcase
Grant Smillie from NOVA FM
Brian Puspos direct from the USA (Arckitekz & SoReal Cru) doing a solo Performance .
+ More to be announced!

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