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MTV Kicks Off Summer with Annual Party

MTV Kicks Off Summer with Annual Party
MTV SUMMER FEAT. PERFORMANCES BY
MARTIN SOLVEIG & ALISON WONDERLAND
**PLUS MORE TO BE ANNOUNCED**

In very exciting news, MTV is set to heat things up at this year’s MTV Summer event with performances by International DJ Martin Solveig, and local DJ darling Alison Wonderland signed to EMI’s Capitol records through the She Can DJ project. MTV Summer will take place in Sydney on November 28. For information on how to win tickets, head to www.mtv.com.au/summer.

Martin Solveig

Martin Solveig has one of the most impressive resumes in the DJ world. Solveig has been spinning tunes for decades and is one of the most respected DJs and producers in the world. His mainstream breakout tune, Hello, sold over two million copies and achieved platinum status in America, Italy, Germany and Austria and double platinum success in Canada and Australia. This year alone, Solveig made his debut appearance at Coachella, was the House DJ at the MTV Movie Awards, and produced six tracks for Madonna’s latest album; M.D.N.A.

"I performed as a DJ at the MTV Movie Awards in America this year and it was a pretty exciting experience. I can't wait to see if we can repeat that in Australia at MTV Summer! The Aussies know how to party so I expect a high level of fun", said Martin Solveig.

Alison Wonderland
MTV favourite, Alison Wonderland, has been DJing since 2008 and rose to prominence in EMI’s She Can DJ project. Since then Alison Wonderland has played high profile gigs including Ibiza Rocks - Ibiza, the ARIAs, Stereosonic, Field Day, Splendour in the Grass, Parklife 2012 as well as the EMI Grammys after party in LA and the EMI Brit Awards after party in London. In May this year, Alison released her very first compilation album, Welcome To Wonderland.

“I played the MTV winter party and it was ridiculous! Can’t wait to play the summer version. Super Excited.” said Alison.

MTV Summer will take place in Sydney on November 28. For information on how to win tickets, head to www.mtv.com.au/summer.

MTV Summer 2012 is proudly sponsored by Topdeck and Smirnoff.
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