By Alana Mazzoni For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 00:22 BST, 1 April 2019 | Updated: 00:50 BST, 1 April 2019
Thousands of revellers donned their best colourful costumes and braved the wet weather as they flocked to Melbourne's Flemington Racecourse for the Paradigm Festival over the weekend.
The over-18s electronic festival promised much more than just music, and sold itself as 'an experience, a philosophy, a journey.'
Electronic artists Ace Ventura, Morten Granau, Alpha Portal and Freedom Fighters headlined the festival and played sets across three tent stages on Saturday despite showers threatening to spoil the night.
Thousands of colourful revellers flocked to Melbourne's Paradigm Festival - which was marketed as 'more than just music' and promised attendees a 'wild ride'
Leopard-print costumes was a popular choice - with these attendees both going for two-piece looks and chunky Dr Marten's boots
One party-goer stood out from the sea of fluro by wearing iridescent fairy wings, chunky platform shoes and baby-pink hair extensions threaded through her braids
This couple opted for his-and-hers skull masks, with white Nike and Adidas sneakers and crisp white tops - which no doubt wouldn't have stayed so white in the festival mud