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Big Day Out Myspace Signing Tent Schedule

Media release January 14th

Big Day Out Myspace Signing Tent Schedule

A trip to the Big Day Out signing tent is a highlight for many fans heading to the annual music festival, which takes place at Auckland’s Mount Smart Stadium this Friday.

And without further to-do, here is the line-up of artists who will be appearing with their marker pens at the MySpace Signing Tent:

1.30pm NESIAN MYSTIK
2.00pm LUPE FIASCO
2.30pm THE DATSUNS
3.00pm SNEAKY SOUND SYSTEM
3.30pm ELEMENO P
4.00pm P MONEY
4.30pm TING TINGS
5.00pm THE LIVING END
5.30pm BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE
6.00pm THE BLACK SEEDS
6.30pm WETA
6.50pm HOT CHIP


MySpace joining the fun and sponsoring the signing tent, there’s a new dimension to getting into the queue to have your favourite Big Day Out artist sign your card.


“You need a MySpace profile to get into the signing tent, but over 500,000 New Zealanders already have those,” says MySpace NZ’s Julie Warmington. “Bring along a printout of your profile or be able to show us your account on your mobile and you get straight into the queue.

“We will also have a computer and printer set up in the tent for people to sign up to MySpace so they can get into the signing queue.”

Any further announcements about the signing will be announced via MySpace

Kiwi Hub www.myspace.com/kiwihub

THE BIG DAY OUT 09
NEIL YOUNG, THE PRODIGY, ARCTIC MONKEYS, THE TING TINGS, TV ON THE RADIO, SERJ TANKIAN, TIKI LIVE, MY MORNING JACKET, BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE, BLACK KIDS, HEADLESS CHICKENS, FANTOMAS, THE BLACK SEEDS, THE DATSUNS, WETA, LUPE FIASCO, SIMIAN MOBILE DISCO, HOLY GHOST, Z*TRIP, ZANE LOWE, ELEMENO P, DROPKICK MURPHYS, NESIAN MYSTIK, HOT CHIP, THE MINT CHICKS, PENDULUM, THE LIVING END, LADI6, SNEAKY SOUND SYSTEM, LUGER BOA, COBRA KHAN, THE NAKED AND FAMOUS, SON OF DAVE, PEEWEE FERRIS, ETHICAL, BRAND NEW MATH, GEORGE & QUEEN, HORSEMEN FAMILY, P-MONEY, SUBTRACT, SIDEKICKNICK, THE DHDFD'S, CORNERSTONE ROOTS, CLAP CLAP RIOT, QUAY STREET SOCIAL CLUB, AUTOZAMM, THE TUTTS, BIONIC PIXIE, AN EMERALD CITY, KOLAB, WORLD WAR FOUR, JUST ONE FIX, HONEY CLAWS, ANTIFORM, STATE OF MIND, THE MOTS, MIKEY HAVOC, CYNICAL BROTHERS, DJ MILES CLERET, SHEBA, TURNAROUND CREW, RISENGA’S BUSH TECHNOLOGY, THE WELLINGTON INTERNATIONAL UKULELE ORCHESTRA, DJ OD, DJ STEVEN GUTS, DICK “MAGIK” JOHNSON, D-FORM, MANUEL BUNDY, JIMMY CHRISTMAS, SOUNDS OF THE OVERGROUND, THE KINGSLAND VINYL APPRECIATION SOCIETY.
For full show information check out www.bigdayout.com

TICKETS ON SALE NOW

FRIDAY JANUARY 16th AUCKLAND MT SMART STADIUM
Maurice Rd Penrose. Gates open 11am
Tickets $125 +bf*. Strict limit of 4 tickets per customer. Available from Real Groovy, all Ticketmaster Outlets, phone and credit card bookings 0800 111 999 or www.ticketmaster.co.nz.


You will be asked to read and agree to our Conditions of Sale and Admission before you can purchase tickets. Conditions of Sale and Admission can be viewed at www.bigdayout.com
*booking fees may vary pending on outlet & mode of purchase


We are proud to welcome Smokefree as a partner to the Big Day Out 2009. This will be the first time in the event’s history that no tobacco products will be sold at the venue and, additionally, free quit support will be available all day.

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