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Big Day Out Sells Out All Early Bird Tickets


Big Day Out Sells Out All Early Bird Tickets


The 2014 BIG DAY OUT’s second release of early bird tickets has now sold out.

We released 10,000 more tickets at the early bird price after you snapped up the first 10,000 within 45 minutes of the show going on sale.

All tickets left on sale are now at our general release price of $185, including booking fees.

We are more excited than ever at the thought of arriving at our new Western Springs home with a show we can confirm features concert-length sets at the top of the bill from Pearl Jam and Blur – with no timing clashes.

The 2014 Big Day Out also stars incredible acts like Snoop Dogg aka Snoop Lion, the enigmatic rapper turned rasta drawing from all corners of his catalogue, Major Lazer, the dance party band who have taken festivals worldwide by storm in 2013, and Grammy-winning Canadian alternative music titans, Arcade Fire.

We’ll see you there. Tickets are selling fast. That’s a fact.


BIG DAY OUT 2014 NZ LINEUP
Pearl Jam * Arcade Fire * Blur * Snoop Dogg aka Snoop Lion
* Major Lazer * Steve Angello * The Lumineers
* Tame Impala * Dillon Francis * Mac Miller * Ghost * Grouplove * Flosstradamus *Portugal. The Man
* Toro Y Moi * DIIV * The Naked And Famous Mudhoney
* The 1975 * The Phoenix Foundation * SJD
* P-Money * Ladi6 * Beastwars * Concord Dawn
* Clap Clap Riot * Kody Nielson * Randa * PleasePlease

GENERAL RELEASE TICKETS ON SALE NOW
via www.bigdayout.com

BIG DAY OUT NZ 2014
Friday 17 January ~ Western Springs, Auckland


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