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Last Chance for Early Bird Tickets To Raggamuffin

Last Chance for Early Bird Tickets To Raggamuffin 2014

Friday 31 January & Saturday 1 February 2014
Rotorua International Stadium

Christmas Day is fast approaching and with it comes the end of the early bird ticket prices for Raggamuffin 2014.

Demand for early bird tickets has been strong and from Thursday 26 December, prices increase to $179 for two-day passes, $70 for Friday only and $139 for Saturday passes.

Raggamuffin 2014 takes place in Rotorua on January 31 and February 1 2014. The two-day festival celebrates reggae music with a massive line-up of reggae megastars with headliners Damian Marley (youngest son of legend Bob Marley), Shaggy, Groundation, Rebel Souljahz and, for the first time in New Zealand, Morgan Heritage.

Also featuring are three stars from the Marley brothers’ Ghetto Youths International record label, Christopher Ellis, Black Am I and Wayne Marshall, as well as Common Kings and a superb New Zealand line-up of Tiki Taane (with Optimus Gryme), Sons of Zion, Soljah, House of Shem, Three Houses Down, Ardijah, Aotearoa Reggae All Stars, Majic, Lion Rockers Hi-Fi plus the winners of the 2013 Smokefree Pacifica Beats competition, Strangely Arousing.

A strong line-up of DJ acts has also been confirmed for Raggamuffin 2014 including Che Fu, King Kapisi, DJ Sirvere, DJ Poroufessor, DJ Art, DJ Locksteady, Sgt Benji, Ben Sifty Goodness, Deach, DJ Masive, DJ Jayrasik, DJ Infared and DJ Hemz.

Raggamuffin 2014 is also supporting the charity Y for Youth, with a donation from every ticket sold going to help support New Zealand youth organisations.

Raggamuffin 2014 takes place on Friday 31 January and Saturday 1 February 2014 at Rotorua International Stadium and this year, organisers have spread the headline acts across both days with Shaggy featuring on Friday night and a two-hour mega-set from Damian Marley and Ghetto Youth International on Saturday night.

Early bird tickets for Raggamuffin 2014 are available until Christmas Day and those who do purchase before 25 December also go in the draw to win a Mayjah Rayjah prize pack valued at more than $10,000 and including a trip for two (flights, accommodation and VIP passes) to Hawai’i for the Mayjah Rayjah festival in July 2014, an upgrade for Raggamuffin 2014 to House of Marley VIP and an exclusive goodie bag including Raggamuffin merchandise, $1000 of House of Marley products, a gallon of Coruba and Rotorua activity vouchers from Agroventures Adventure Park.

Tickets for Raggamuffin 2014 are available through Ticketmaster 0800 111 999 and include two-day passes, single day tickets, family passes and group discounts.

All festival and line-up info, including plenty of accommodation options, can be found at

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