This New Year’s Eve, Tropical Fruits gets freaky. Superfreaky.

With a world in jeopardy, Superfreaks NYE needs you to find the superfreak inside. Reveal your secret identity and unleash your hidden power, as we fight for truth, justice and equality on the dance floor of love.

[showads ad=MREC]Masked vigilantes will go head-to-head with the monsters of your darkest fantasies, as worlds collide in an inter-stellar explosion of spandex, leather, glitter and glory. So find your lasso, dig out your hammer and set free your unitard.

NYE 2015 is coming and you’d better be ready.

Sales are up 30 per cent from this time last year, so buy your tickets now to avoid disappointment.

Tropical Fruits 2015 highlights:

Parade: December 29 4pm-5.30pm
NYE Party: December 31, 8pm-6am
Pool Party: January 1, 10am- 4pm
Recovery Party: January 1, 4pm-6pm (free barbecue), 6pm-1.30am
Camping and Volunteering: December 27 – January 4

Festival Line Up

This year, Tropical Fruits has gone all out for your dancing delight, with a line-up boasting not one, but two international DJs.

From his base in Paris, DJ Leomeo has touched virtually every continent in the world with his eclectic and energetic sets, travelling the world armed only with his turntables and his killer smile. His set will take the Arena pavillion through the fireworks, and into a brand new year – where you won’t forget his infectious energy, pumping tunes or that stunning smile.

DJ Mike Kelly is returning to Australia to close off the Superfreaks Festival with a bang. Originally from Sydney, Mike is now on constant tour across western Europe. He will stun the Recovery dance floor with his energetic mixing, pumping bass and driving rhythms. Recovery has another real treat in store, with Sandi Hotrod returning to the decks after a year’s break.

The line up also includes Australian legends such as Stephen Allkins and Buck Naked, rising stars like Dom De Sousa and Arsee, pioneers of style like Somerville & Wilson and long term favourites like Sveta and LADY K. Don’t miss the incredible line up of home brewed talent, showing just how much the Northern Rivers has to offer, including Elschorcho, Platypuss, SarahTone’n, L.Y.D.I.A and DjBj. New to the fruity NYE decks this year are renowned names like Chip and Amanda Louise.

“We will be spoilt for choice this NYE – you’ll be wishing your superfreaky power was to be in ALL the dance halls at once.” event coordinator Michael Gates (aka Maude Boate) said.

Of course, the festival boasts more than purely DJs, with a star-spangled line up of Cabaret performers and cultural artisans treating us on the NYE Cabaret stage. This performance space gets bigger and better each year.

The Art Exhibition is also a space for many of our community’s great artists to exhibit and sell their exquisite work, as they explore themes important to us all.

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