Timmy Trumpet joins the police, plus first live pictures from The Stone Roses
New South Wales Police have confirmed that there will be a large sniffer dog presence at the upcoming Future Music Festival, with DJ Timmy Trumpet delivering a message to punters alongside the authorities.
In a video released by the festivals, the DJ introduces a police Superintendent who give tips to punters for the event.
“Don't bring drugs to the venue,” the officer says, “don't use drugs before you come. If you do, there's a large number of police who'll be working on a drug dog operation. You don't want to have to face a court later on, so let's remember no drugs at the venue, no drugs at Futures whatsoever.”
He also adds, “If you want to behave like a goose inside you'll be tossed out, or face fines or both. We want people enjoying themselves, but do it in a way that respects everyone else… [don't] make a goose of yourself.”
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Watch the video below:
In other Future Music News The Stone Roses kicked off their tour in Auckland, New Zealand, last night. Check out the shots of frontman Ian Brown last night:
The Future Music Festival will take place at:
Saturday 2 March - Future Music Festival, Brisbane QLD - Tickets
Sunday 3 March - Future Music Festival, Perth WA - Tickets
Saturday 9 March - Future Music Festival, Sydney NSW - Tickets
Sunday 10 March - Future Music Festival, Melbourne VIC - Tickets
Monday 11 March - Future Music Festival, Adelaide SA - Tickets
The Stone Roses will play the following dates: