Defqon. 1: Check out Sydney's Hardstyles music festival

Hardstyle revelers gathered at the Defqon 1 music festival for eleven hours of strange dances and interesting fashion choices

Tens of thousands of revelers & # 39; hardstyles & # 39; They flocked to Defqon in Sydney. 1 music festival during 11 hours of strange dances dressed in colorful and peculiar clothes.

The festival attracts lovers of electronic music and dance from all over the country who come together to enjoy the sets of top international DJs, including Headhunterz.

Organized in Penrith, west of Sydney, the annual event began at 10:30 am on Saturday and attracted some 30,000 people.

Hardstyle revelers gathered at the Defqon 1 music festival for eleven hours of strange dances and interesting fashion choices

Hardstyle revelers gathered at the Defqon 1 music festival for eleven hours of strange dances and interesting fashion choices

The warm weather in Sydney meant that many festival revelers chose to wear minimal clothes, revealing their skin

The warm weather in Sydney meant that many festival revelers chose to wear minimal clothes, revealing their skin

The warm weather in Sydney meant that many festival revelers chose to wear minimal clothes, revealing their skin

The festival attracts hardstyle lovers from all over the city who come together to conquer the lands of Defqon 1

The festival attracts hardstyle lovers from all over the city who come together to conquer the lands of Defqon 1

The festival attracts hardstyle lovers from all over the city who come together to conquer the lands of Defqon 1

Organized in Penrith, west of Sydney, the annual event began at 10.30 a.m. Saturday and attracted about 30,000 people.

Organized in Penrith, west of Sydney, the annual event began at 10.30 a.m. Saturday and attracted about 30,000 people.

Organized in Penrith, west of Sydney, the annual event began at 10.30 a.m. Saturday and attracted about 30,000 people.

Fashion is of paramount importance to attendees, as comfortable festive attire is a must to successfully revive high-octane dance movements, known as & # 39; hakken & # 39; in hardstyle circles.

The festival aims to celebrate creativity and freedom, encouraging visitors to dress as crazy as possible.

The photos of the event show attendees with minimal clothing at temperatures above 30ÂșC.

Men are often seen shirtless and with their favorite dance shoes.

In comparison, many women wore sleeveless blouses and mini shorts.

A woman wears fishnet stockings under her black mini-shorts and accessed the set with the red color

A woman wears fishnet stockings under her black mini-shorts and accessed the set with the red color

A woman wears fishnet stockings under her black mini-shorts and accessed the set with the red color

An assistant to the festival combined a gleaming party dress with zombie face paint

An assistant to the festival combined a gleaming party dress with zombie face paint

An assistant to the festival combined a gleaming party dress with zombie face paint

Fashion is of the utmost importance to attendees, since comfortable festive attire is essential to successfully destroy a movement or "hakken", as defined in hardstyle lingo.

Fashion is of the utmost importance to attendees, since comfortable festive attire is essential to successfully destroy a movement or "hakken", as defined in hardstyle lingo.

Fashion is of the utmost importance to attendees, since comfortable festive attire is essential to successfully destroy a movement or "hakken", as defined in hardstyle lingo.

The festival aims to celebrate creativity and freedom, encouraging visitors to dress as crazy as possible

The festival aims to celebrate creativity and freedom, encouraging visitors to dress as crazy as possible

The festival aims to celebrate creativity and freedom, encouraging visitors to dress as crazy as possible

Health and fitness influencer Yakiboy (pictured, right), which has almost 90,000 Instagram followers, attended the festival

Health and fitness influencer Yakiboy (pictured, right), which has almost 90,000 Instagram followers, attended the festival

Health and fitness influencer Yakiboy (pictured, right), which has almost 90,000 Instagram followers, attended the festival

The event was not free of costumes, as many festivalgoers posed as their favorite characters.

Whether in Bananas in Pajamas or The Flintstones, Defqon 1 had creative sets covered.

Other attendees decorated their outfits with masks, galaxy tights and soft leg warmers.

Yakiboy, an influential health and fitness player who made headlines after declaring he was a "Shiite Muslim soldier," made an appearance at the festival and was happy to flex for the cameras.

Defqon 1 implements a & # 39; non-thieves policy & # 39; that prohibits the entrance of boy and boy clothes to the event

Defqon 1 implements a & # 39; non-thieves policy & # 39; that prohibits the entrance of boy and boy clothes to the event

Defqon 1 implements a & # 39; non-thieves policy & # 39; that prohibits the entrance of boy and boy clothes to the event

TNs are considered acceptable for the event, as long as the user is not classified as a boy or a member of a gang

TNs are considered acceptable for the event, as long as the user is not classified as a boy or a member of a gang

TNs are considered acceptable for the event, as long as the user is not classified as a boy or a member of a gang

A woman sits on the shoulders of a man at the festival, probably after a long day of dancing. She wears camouflage pants

A woman sits on the shoulders of a man at the festival, probably after a long day of dancing. She wears camouflage pants

A woman sits on the shoulders of a man at the festival, probably after a long day of dancing. She wears camouflage pants

Despite the scorching heat, an attendant disguised as B1 Bananas in pajamas

Despite the scorching heat, an attendant disguised as B1 Bananas in pajamas

Despite the scorching heat, an attendant disguised as B1 Bananas in pajamas

A woman wearing a sailor's hat bites a medal at the Sydney Fairgrounds

A woman wearing a sailor's hat bites a medal at the Sydney Fairgrounds

A woman wearing a sailor's hat bites a medal at the Sydney Fairgrounds

Defqon 1 implements a "no boys policy" that prohibits the entry of children's clothing to the event.

The Nike Tuned 1, known as TN, is considered acceptable for the event, as long as the person wearing them does not qualify as a "boy".

"You can wear your favorite shoes and / or dance ensembles, as long as you do not classify them as LAD or gangs," says Defqon 1 policy.

The festival, founded by the organizer of the Q-dance festival, first came to the Australian coasts in 2009. The festival is also held in the Netherlands and was previously held in Chile.

The festival, founded by the organizer of the Q-dance festival, first came to the Australian coasts in 2009. The festival is also held in the Netherlands and was previously held in Chile.

The festival, founded by the organizer of the Q-dance festival, first came to the Australian coasts in 2009. The festival is also held in the Netherlands and was previously held in Chile.

You can wear your favorite shoes and / or dance ensembles, as long as you do not classify as LAD or gangs, says Defqon policy 1

You can wear your favorite shoes and / or dance ensembles, as long as you do not classify as LAD or gangs, says Defqon policy 1

You can wear your favorite shoes and / or dance ensembles, as long as you do not classify as LAD or gangs, says Defqon policy 1

A pair were decorated in pink for the event. The man took his creativity to the next level with rainbow socks and galaxy stockings

A pair were decorated in pink for the event. The man took his creativity to the next level with rainbow socks and galaxy stockings

A pair were decorated in pink for the event. The man took his creativity to the next level with rainbow socks and galaxy stockings

The delirium dance called hakken or gabbering is usually celebrated at the festival. The dance consists of small steps that happen quickly, to the rhythm of the drums

The delirium dance called hakken or gabbering is usually celebrated at the festival. The dance consists of small steps that happen quickly, to the rhythm of the drums

The delirium dance called hakken or gabbering is usually celebrated at the festival. The dance consists of small steps that happen quickly, to the rhythm of the drums

The festival, founded by the organizer of the Q-dance festival, first came to the Australian coasts in 2009.

The festival is also held in the Netherlands and was previously held in Chile.

The delirium dance called hakken or gabbering is usually celebrated at the festival.

The dance consists of small steps that happen quickly, to the rhythm of the drums.

Two women were decorated with butterflies, soft heaters and bright gems on their foreheads

Two women were decorated with butterflies, soft heaters and bright gems on their foreheads

Two women were decorated with butterflies, soft heaters and bright gems on their foreheads

A group of friends pose together before the festival dressed as characters from the Flintstones

A group of friends pose together before the festival dressed as characters from the Flintstones

A group of friends pose together before the festival dressed as characters from the Flintstones

A woman was captured dancing to the rhythm of hardstyle music, using a set of matching garnet exercises

A woman was captured dancing to the rhythm of hardstyle music, using a set of matching garnet exercises

A woman was captured dancing to the rhythm of hardstyle music, using a set of matching garnet exercises

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