Ferry Corsten Returns For Headline Shows

20 July 2012 | 1:53 pm | Dan Condon

The Dutch master of trance is back in Australia in September with his Full On showcase.

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Dutch DJ and producer extraordinaire Ferry Corsten remains one of the most incredible talents in the world of dance music after many, many years in the game.

Regularly regarded as one of the world's top DJs in numerous polls around the globe and constantly playing to enormous crowds (we're talking tens of thousands), it's very exciting to welcome Corsten back to Australia for the first time in a while and, this time, he's doing some relatively intimate club dates around the country.

His radio show Corsten's Countdown is among the most popular shows for dance music enthusiasts all around the world and his records ­– the most recent being WKND, released early this year – are generally pretty awesome. But it's in the club environment that Corsten really shines and how he will most certainly have audiences enthralled when he's out here for a bunch of shows around the country.

But it's not just him who is coming, he's bringing his famed Full On showcase for the tour which is dubbed Full On Australia and he's got some great guests lined up.

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For 22 years Zoo Brazil has been pumping out innovative dance music at a rate of knots, with over 100 singles to his name. He joins Corsten on the tour to show us some of his accessible but still incredibly interesting electronic music on the live stage.

Shogun has remixed the best in the business over the past couple of years and his skills haven't gone unnoticed. As well as Corsten, the DJ and producer counts Paul Van Dyk, Above & Beyond and Armin van Buuren among his biggest supporters and you'll be one too after you see him on this tour.

Make sure your dancing shoes are in top condition for when these three house music guns play the dates below. Tickets are available from Friday 27 July.

Please note, only Ferry Corsten appears at the Hobart show, while Zoo Brazil will not be playing the Adelaide date.