Tune in to the big names on the festival circuit this year with the likes of Dizzee Rascal, The Chemical Brothers, MGMT, The Presets, Mark Ronson and The Business Intl, Pendulum and Art vs Science laying down the beats at Future Music Festival.
Tickets are still available, including VIP ($190) and First Class ($290) tickets for those with the urge to splurge in return for free merchandise, drinks, slightly-less-public toilets and a queue-free experience.
Keep an eye on the weather forecast - there's free water and sunscreen at the event, but don't try taking an umbrella (or a parasol) inside or it may be confiscated. If it's raining one will need to wear one's plastic poncho instead.
It's worth taking public transport as traffic can be a touch wearisome, but the main thing to remember is to be safe, have fun and rock the 'pit'.