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Let Them Eat Cake

Start 2022 with this sweet treat on New Year's Day.
By Courtney Ammenhauser
June 23, 2021
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By Courtney Ammenhauser
June 23, 2021
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After taking a year off in 2021, the folks behind much-loved electronic music festival Let Them Eat Cake have announced that the one-day festival will return to Melbourne on New Year's Day in 2022.

On Saturday, January 1, the event will unfold at Werribee Mansion and is set to utilise the sprawling grounds in new and exciting ways including a potential new layout to improve traffic flow. Plus, the food, art and music will be more integrated to create an even more immersive experience for punters.

The 2022 lineup has been announced with a distinct focus on championing live and local acts. At next year's festival you'll catch live shows from Confidence Man, Northeast Party House, Close Counters and Tornado Club. Plus, DJ sets from festival favourites Young Franco, Papa Smurf, Adi Toohey and CC: DISCO!. If that's not enough, you'll also find AROHA, Ben Fester, Merve, FOURA, Bella Claxton, Dr Packer, Late Nite Tuff Guy and others setting the dance floor alight. Let Them Eat Cake hopes to be the antithesis to the topsy turvy two years we've just had, and with a lineup this good, it's on its way to being just that.

Them Eat Cake will descend on Werribee Mansion on Saturday, January 1, 2022. The first and second ticket releases have already sold out. Hit the website for details and to grab yours now.

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