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Wednesday, June 29, 2022




Back at ‘The Bowl’ for The Biggest Reminisce Ever!

After a successful return to events in Melbourne last weekend at Reminisce Carnivàle, the Reminisce team are beyond excited to announce their next event, celebrating 10 Years of Reminisce.

The concept of Reminisce started in a humble backyard in the beach suburb of Frankston, Melbourne 10 years ago.  In what was a small get together amongst close friends, playing tunes and just a fun idea to choose their favourite house tracks.  It then progressed to a nightclub, followed by some of Melbourne’s best venues and now the popular annual Top 50 Dance Anthems Countdown returns this March 19, 2022.  Reminisce will be celebrating this 10 Year milestone by putting on the biggest and best Reminisce of all time, back at the iconic Sidney Myer Music Bowl.

One of the most world-renowned DJ / Producers in the House Music scene, not to mention a cross-over success via his Duck Sauce moniker (with A-Trak), Armand Van Helden is no stranger to Aussie shores and is set to headline the event.  Over Reminisce’s 10 years, Armand’s tracks have featured a huge 21 times during the favourite Top 50 countdown.  Armand’s most loved tracks include: ‘You Don’t Know Me,’ ‘I Want Your Soul,’ ‘My, My, My,’ ‘Bonkers’ and of course Duck Sauce favourites: ‘Barbra Streisand’ & ‘aNYway.’

Aussie favourite and legend John Course will be closing out the day, counting down the Top 50.  Having DJ’d for over 25 years, ‘Coursey’ has played to hundreds of thousands of fans over the years! He began his career winning a DMC Mixing Competition and co-owns Aussie Dance Label ‘Vicious Recordings’ with Andy Van (they will celebrate 30 years of the label next year).  John has supported the world’s best touring DJs and continues to inspire with his Dance Anthems & Future Disco faves.  Last year John played 560 hour’s worth of music via his iconic ‘Together at Home’ Saturday night livestreams.  However, Reminisce fans loved seeing him in person at Sunday’s event and are already looking forward to the next show.  

Joining in the Reminisce celebration will be one of the biggest global hit makers and electrifying live acts of the past decade: Example.  With global chart-topping singles including: ‘Changed the Way You Kiss Me,’ ‘We’ll Be Coming Back’ (with Calvin Harris), ‘Stay Awake,’ ‘Say Nothing’ and many more.

There will be two brand new stages added to the program, with a slew of homegrown talent, including: Sgt Slick, Mix, Andy Murphy, Market Memories and more.

For the first time in three years and only the second time ever, Reminisce will be completely unrestricted, at ‘The Bowl’ and this time, it’ll take place on a Saturday.

Early Access tickets will go on sale at 11 am Wednesday 15th December.

Full Lineup:

Armand Van Helden

John Course [Top 50 Countdown]


Supported By:

Adam Bartas

Andy Murphy

Brad Sassman

Greg Sara

Jay Ramon

Luke McD

Market Memories



Sgt Slick


Spacey Space

Steve Bleas




Key Dates:

Early Access ticket registrations are Now Open

Registrations close: 9am – Wednesday 15th December

Early Access codes sent: 10am – Wednesday 15th December

Early Access tickets on sale: 11am – Wednesday 15th December

Remaining tickets on sale to the general public (unless sold out prior): 11am – Friday 17th December


To celebrate the launch, Reminisce are giving away a chance to win The Ultimate Reminisce VIP Weekend to those who register.  There are also 5 x Stalls tickets to be given away as second tier prizes.  Plus every prize winner will receive a ticket to the premiere of The Music – The Memories – The Moments | 10 Years Of Reminisce early in 2022.

Voting for Reminisce 10 Years will open in the new year, until then, fans can listen to their faves on Spotify in readiness to cast their votes.

For more info, go to:

Website: www.reminisce.dj

Facebook: @reminisce.event

Instagram: @reminisce.events

Mick Pachollihttp://www.tagg.com.au
Mick created TAGG - The Alternative Gig Guide in 1979 with Helmut Katterl, the world's first real Street Magazine. He had been involved with his fathers publishing business, Toorak Times and associated publications since 1972.  Mick was also involved in Melbourne's music scene for a number of years opening venues, discovering and managing bands and providing information and support for the industry. Mick has also created a number of local festivals and is involved in not for profit and supporting local charities.