September 1, 2000 9:00


First stop down under for acts including [a]Leftfield[/a] and [a]Orbital[/a]...

The Homelands festival is looking to branch out worldwide in the coming months setting up shop in both AUSTRALIA and AMERICA.

Headlined by Leftfield, Orbital and Public Enemy, Homelands Australia will take place on December 2 in Sydney and December 9 in Melbourne. The events, run by London superclub home, will be similar to the British version which took place last May, but hopes to utilise local DJ talent in addition to some bigger name UK disc-spinners still being confirmed.

Meanwhile the club is hoping to expand their event in the US next year, taking in New York, San Francisco and Miami in September of 2001. They are also considering taking it to South America.

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