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Final Schedule out for BW Campgrounds!

The music line-up at BW Camping Festival 2012 is off the chart and we are just releasing the set times!

BW is a seven day camping and music festival runs alongside the annual Rhythm & Vines music festival, as the biggest accommodation provider for the festival. This year organizers have put together a programme of entertainment and activities bigger than ever before to attract more campers.

Now there is just over a week to go until thousands of young campers make the journey from around New Zealand to celebrate the last week of 2012 at BW Campgrounds.

What better way to get everyone excited for New Year’s at BW than to release the schedule…

FINAL SCHEDULE:

LINE UP:
BW’s line-up includes: Shihad. Six60. Kora. Opiuo, State of Mind(Live). David Dallas(Live). Tiki Taane
(Acoustic). GasLamp Killer, Tim Phin, Optimus Gryme feat: MC Tiki Taane Crushington. Sunshine
Soundsystem. Trei. DJ Downtown Brown. Jupiter Project feat: Jessie G. Grgfmbrkfstdjs – (aka Nick
Dwyer & Dean Campbell) Dan Aux. Eddie Numbers. Tim Richards Daniel Farley. General Lee. Beat
Mafia. Jamie White. Tom McGuinness. Pato. Tommy Gee. Ollus. Tim Livingston. The Missing Link.
Vega. Soul Society, MunchMunchYummyYummy. Brazilbeat Sound System. Campbell DJ Sanka. DJ
Reesy + many more. Buy your tickets at https://bw.minttix.com/public/tickets.asp

Check this out: YOUTUBE VIDEO / BW Camping Festival 2012:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=sIbcqpkV7uU

FIND US ONLINE:
BW on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/BWcampgrounds?ref=ts&fref=ts
YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/bwcampingfestival
Twitter: https://twitter.com/CAMPMOTHER
Online: http://www.bwcampgrounds.co.nz/

ENDS

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