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Final phase tickets on sale

Final phase tickets on sale

Early bird and phase two tickets have sold out and we are now onto our final phase tickets.


This is a world class line up performing in one of Aotearoa's most beautiful locations, only two hours from both Christchurch and Picton.


Ticket holders also have the opportunity to travel in style to Kaikoura Summersounds with Kiwirail, being offered a 20% discount off Coastal Pacific Train fares.


Check out our awesome line up for 2015.

Tickets can be purchased from kaikourasummersounds.co.nz or from one of our physical outlets:

Galaxy Records 336 St Asaph St Christchurch or The Little Beehive Co-op 123 Hardy St Nelson.

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