Dance haven Tipi Forest will return to Splendour in the Grass 2010.
Dance haven Tipi Forest will return to Splendour in the Grass 2010. TRACEY NEARMYAAP

Splendour's Tipi Forest is back

IMAGINE finding a circle of tipis hidden in the forest, pulsing with the futuristic sounds of infectious dance music.

Tipi Forest, one of most popular features of Splendour in the Grass, is set to return to Splendour in the Grass for 2010.

The sanctuary will feature a rich program of dance music, sampling sounds from across the spectrum of the Australian electronic scene at Spendour's new Woodfordia site.

Punters will discover extraordinary visuals, performers, dancers, video, lighting and sculptural arts, surrounding an organic, bare earth dance floor.

Tipi Forest will feature audio-visual production from Greatworks, video art coordinated by Crystal Grid Studios, visual arts coordinated by Terra Spatial Design and killer performances by Interact Festival Art, Tuntable Falls Circus and more.

The stellar line up of DJ’s, producers and electronic dance acts will feature Aniki, Audun, Baby Gee, Balance, Collapsicon, Dan Jupiter, Ghettafunkt, Hazard, iCON, JD, Keystone, M_Phonik, Magu, Marcotix, Multiverse, nAM-sHUB oF eNKI, Nancy Boyz, Noel Boogie, Paul Abad, Pip, Sally Allsorts, Sampology (DJ set), Silver Sneakerz, Sketi, Steve Starz, Vman n Cruz and Vortex.

And for the best Mexican food this side of Tijuana, Guzman Y Gomez will be on hand feeding the masses with it’s inspiring cuisine and a side order of tasty tunes.

Splendour in the Grass is sold-out, but resale tickets will become available at moshtix.com.au.



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