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$45 Earlybirds On Sale Now!

Limited $45 earlybird tickets to Tuborg Sounds On are on sale now from GrabOne for only 7 days!

The festival features a sweltering lineup including:

The Black Seeds, Home Brew, Katchafire, David Dallas, TrinityRoots, AHoriBuzz, Tahuna Breaks, Tiki Taane (Acoustic Set), Dan Aux & Tali, DJ Sir-Vere ft. Che Fu, PNC & K One, Kong Fooey ft. Maitreya.

Happening at The Oval, North Harbour Stadium, Auckland, Sounds On (formerly Summer Sunday) returns in the new year on the new date of Saturday 23rd March.
Thanks to the good people at Auckland Transport, all travel on special event buses and trains within Auckland will be INCLUDED with a Sounds On Ticket.
And, if that's not enough, in celebration of Sounds On, you can get your hands on a free Digital Festival Sampler - the perfect soundtrack for your summer - download from LOOP's Souncloud here!

Similarly to last year, Sounds On will also be nurturing the sustainable ethos it forged at Summer Sunday by once again teaming up with Sustainable Coastlines. The award-winning organisation will be overseeing the execution of a range of environmental initiatives - stay tuned for more details.


TUBORG SOUNDS ON - THE OVAL

Saturday 23rd March, 2012
The Oval, North Harbour Stadium
Earlybird tickets on sale now from GrabOne.
Limited earlybird tickets $45, so make sure you get in early.

General Admission Tickets from Dash
On sale from Tuesday 4th December
All tickets include travel on event buses and trains within Auckland, booking fee, RFID wristbands.

/The Sounds On Lineup
Carefully curated, the event brings together a raft of Aotearoa’s favourite acts – from the well established and respected, to the trailblazing and burgeoning.

Having just finished international tours and taken home Tuis for “Best Roots Album” and “Best Urban/Hip Hop Album” at the 2012 NZ Music Awards respectively, The Black Seeds and Home Brew will be storming the Sounds On stage to deliver blazing sets that Upper North Islanders won’t have had the chance to catch for months prior.

Off the back of a US tour and residency, and after releasing his EP, Buffalo Man, David Dallas will be performing one of just a few highly-anticipated sets on home soil this summer.

Katchafire and TrinityRoots will be delivering their much loved rootsy, classics, Tahuna Breaks will be serving up funked up tracks off their soon-to-be released third album and Tiki Taane will be treating audiences to a particularly intimate, acoustic set.

Live favourites, AHoriBuzz, will be dropping their signature groove-ridden and crowd-arousing jams while; well-known George FM DJ and Selectah, Dan Aux will be stoking the fire and bringing the heat with a set of banging tunes that feature the vocal stylings of iconic Drum n Bass MC and stalwart, Tali.
Happening a mere 20 minutes North of Auckland City on the well-manicured grounds of The Oval, Tuborg Sounds On will bring together the best NZ live acts and sustainability to create the perfect close to the 2013 Kiwi summer - we hope to see you there!

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