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Jim Beam Homegrown celebrates its 6th SELL OUT!

Jim Beam Homegrown – 2013

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Friday 22nd February



Jim Beam Homegrown celebrates its 6th SELL OUT!

Jim Beam Homegrown is the stand out gig of the summer, proudly showcasing the cream of New Zealand music. As the last of the 17,000 tickets sold yesterday, Homegrown can proudly claim to be one of the only sold out events of its scale in New Zealand.

A sellout is nothing new for Homegrown as it has sold out on all six outings since 2008.

Event director Mark Wright attributes their success to two unique factors; “The strength of Kiwi music, and a fantastic group of equally passionate sponsors and media partners who play a big part in championing its success”.

The festival showcases 45 acts performing across 6 stages along the breadth of the Wellington Waterfront. The impressive list of talent this year includes the likes of Shapeshifter, Shihad, I Am Giant, Elemeno-P, Kora, David Dallas, Kids of 88, P Money, Aaradhna, Minuit and Ladi6 to name just a few.

Visit www.homegrown.net.nz for all the info needed to make next weekend the best it can be, including details on the various stage schedules and a very useful Homegrown App for Smart-phones.

The Full Line-Up
Vodafone Dub & Roots Stage
• Shapeshifter
• Kora
• The Black Seeds
• Katchafire
• Ladi6
• AHoriBuzz
• DJ-Sir-Vere
• Sunshine Soundsystem

Jim Beam Rock Stage
• Shihad
• I Am Giant
• Elemeno-P
• Midnight Youth
• King Cannons
• Luger Boa
• Villainy
• Clap Clap Riot
• DJ Phoney Iommi

Vodafone Pop and RnB Stage
• Kids of 88
• Home Brew
• David Dallas
• P Money and Friends
• Savage
• PNC
• Pieter T
• Zowie
• Ruby Frost
• Marek


Red Bull Sound Lab
• Cairo Knife Fight
• All My Brothers
• Weird Together
• DJ Sir-Vere ft. Che Fu, PNC & K One
• Illegal Sound Clash
• The Babysitters Circus
• The Peacekeepers
• DJ Redbird Jnr

Lipton Ice Tea Electronic Stage
• Concord Dawn
• The Upbeats ft. MC Tali
• Minuit
• Opiuo
• Dick Johnson
• North Shore Pony Club
• Thane Kirby vs. Felix5

Red Bull Amphitheatre Stage
• 3 on 3 Breakdancing
• Juse1
• DJ Spell
• Downtown Brown

ENDS

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