Future Entertainment

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Future Entertainment is a Melbourne based, Australian electronic music youth focused entertainment company created by dance-music event organiser Mark James in 1993. Its objective was to present annual music festivals at Australian venues and landmarks.[citation needed]

The Mansion nightclub in Melbourne was the foundation of Future Entertainment, where Mark James & Jason Ayoubi first came together to form their music promotions company. The company has been developing domestic brands as a key focus in recent years with parties such as Kiss my grass, The Future Music Festival and Mischief events.[citation needed]

The company and past events[edit]

The company was formed at 578 Glen Huntly Rd, Elsternwick with its offices and Music studio.[citation needed] The company organized events such as :

Future Entertainment events are favourites with Australian festival-goers, and frequently feature in the InTheMix 50 Awards for Most Popular Festival.[2]

Since 2007, during the NSW and Victorian concerts, police have made repeated drug busts and laid numerous possession charges. [1][2]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

1.inthemix | Event Coverage | Future Music Festival @ Randwick Racecourse, Sydney (08/03/09)
2.inthemix | Event Coverage | Summadayze @ Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne (01/01/07)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hardaker, Tim (2006-09-22). "Future Entertainment & Hardware call it a day on Two Tribes". inthemix. Retrieved 2013-03-04. 
  2. ^ InTheMix 50: 2009

External links[edit]

1.Future Entertainment
2.Future Entertainment on Facebook
3.Good Life Festival 2014
4.Future Music Festival 2014
5.Good Life Festival 2014 Moshtix
6.About Good Life Festival 2014 on russian