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Let Them Eat Cake 2019

Blitz through your New Year's Day hangover with art, electronica and eats at Werribee Park.
By Hannah Valmadre
September 11, 2018
By Hannah Valmadre
September 11, 2018

If you're citybound and missing out on New Year's Eve festivals like Falls and Beyond The Valley this year, don't fret. Let Them Eat Cake is your inner city solution to satisfy those festival urges.

Held on New Year's Day at Werribee Park, LTEC is not only great for the music, but also plays host to installation art, open-air exhibitions and some killer food offerings. But back to what you're all here for: the music.

This year's lineup is headed by Irish electro duo Bicep, best known for their self-titled 2017 album. On the program you'll also find futuristic German house from Motor City Drum Ensemble, graceful sounds and visuals from UK's Ama Lou — who's in the midst of creating and co-producing a three-part film and EP — catchy dance tunes from Australia's own CC:Disco! and chilled vibes from Nightmares on Wax, whose career spans twenty years and features 95's Smokers Delight and this year's Shape the Future.

While you're there — shaking off your hangover — you'll also have the chance to dance to Moxie, Midland, Peggy Gou and Chaos In The CBD. Have your cake and eat it too, guys — you've earned it this year.


Motor City Drum Ensemble
Ama Lou
Chaos In The CBD
DJ Boring
DJ Tennis
Esther Silex
Flava D
Joe Kay
Kahn and Neek
Nightmares on Wax (DJ Set)
Peggy Guo
+ More to be announced

Let Them Eat Cake 2019 tickets go on sale at 9am, Tuesday, September 18, at

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