If you don't know how you are going to be welcoming 2012, or like most Aussies know that you will be partying the night away somewhere but havent yet decided where, Pulse has got you covered. We have compiled a list of what we think are the best ways to farewell 2011 and bring on the New Year with the best soundtrack possible.
What better way to think up a stellar New Year's resolution than with the backdrop of an iconic Aussie beach, a party of thousands and the sounds of Snoop Dogg, Calvin Harris and Pendulum pulsating through the crowd. This year's Shore Thing festival on Bondi Beach promises massive sounds and even bigger fireworks to light up the ocean at midnight.
Check out the highlights from last year and see for yourself!
Still in Sydney, dance away your hangover from New Year's Eve, or better yet continue the party in the Domain with Field Day. Boasting a massive lineup including the likes of French act Justice, Calvin Harris, Crystal Castles, Moby DJ Set and Example, it is guaranteed to be an unforgettable celebration.
Get a taste of Justice on New Years in Chicago a couple of years ago to get pumped up.
For full lineup and ticket info visit the website here.
If you aren't in Sydney for New Year's Day you may still be able to catch some of the Field Day action at Sidney Myer Music Bowl in Melbourne. Echoing the Sydney lineup, Summadayze celebrates with some winning acts with Seth Troxler, Erick Morillo and Tiga, just to name a few. Another great chance to party under the Aussie sunshine on the first day of the year.
Get excited with a live Seth Troxler set at The Warehouse Project in October.
The full lineup and tickets are available here.
SPACE PRESENTS KEHAKUMA
Some of the biggest names in house and techno will be playing on the one stage on January the 1st in North Sydney. Space Presents Kehakuma at Greenwood Hotel offers massive headliners including Seth Troxler, Radio Slave, Eddie Richards and Jeff-K, promising a once in a lifetime, intimate showcase of some of the scene's most highly regarded.
Listen to Radio Slave live at Switch earlier this year.
Tickets are available here.
RHYTHM AND VINES
Be one of the first in the world to kick of the countdown at Rhythm and Vines in New Zealand - the award winning three day festival. Sharing headliners with Field Day, it will also welcome a host of international and Australian acts including Yuksek, Jack Beats, Busy P and Skream and Benga. Festival goers will party in style with the venue hosting the Tepee Life Village and the exclusive Playground Concrete Pool Party.
For full lineup visit the Rhythm and Vines website.
Another camping festival, why not road trip to the Glenworth Valley in NSW for Peats Ridge festival. The three day party will host some awesome acts including genre mixing legends Salmonella Dub, hip hop artists Thundamentals and the UK's A-Skillz. Beginning on December 20, with some quirky extras like a Fancy Dress Masquerade and art market, it guarantees a relaxed end to the year.
Have a peek at Salmonella Dub's latest web video.
For full line up visit the website here.
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