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Fat Freddys new tracks @ Red Bull Daylight Savings

Be among the first to hear Fat Freddys drop their new tracks at Red Bull Daylight Savings

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Be among the first to hear Fat Freddys drop their new tracks at Red Bull Daylight Savings

Grey Lynn Park
Sunday 6 April 1pm – 6.30pm

Fat Freddys Drop
Nick D + DJ Reno
Manuel Bundy
MC Slave

With the turn-back-your-clocks date pushed out to Sunday 6 April, there’s loads more Daylight Savings to go round this year! So get down to Grey Lynn Park and make the most of one of the longest, hottest kiwi summers on record…

Fat Freddys Drop have been in studio lock-down recording the follow-up album to their record-breaking, hi-tech soul monster, Based On A True Story. Stage time is part of the process of evolving their songs (live jams are where the magic is at), so don’t forego this unique chance to check out Freddy’s future hits for the FIRST TIME.

A FREE and safe fun-packed family day, Daylight Savings offers recreation and refreshments for music-lovers of all ages. Enjoy a relaxing massage and get an exclusive advance listen to the new Fat Freddys’ single in the Telecom Recharge Zone. And adults will love the Corona Rising Sun Outdoor Bar. Keep the park clean and help support local sporting groups by sorting your rubbish at the Shirkhan Tigers Recycling station. Please do not bring dogs to Red Bull Daylight Savings.

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