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Northern Bass: Round Two. And It’s a Knockout!

Northern Bass: Round Two. And It’s a Knockout!

Fuzen Entertainment is proud to announce the second phase of artists that will take to the Northern Bass stages in Mangawhai this summer, and with a strong
and diverse selection of performers already on the line-up, this New Years Eve event will change the game.

ANNOUNCING:

Goldie # Hudson Mohawke # Ghostface Killah # Krafty Kuts & Dynamite MC # DBridge # Klute # Ant TC1 # Distance # Hybrid Minds
# Rene LaVice # MC LowQui # Truth # Cern # Organikismness # Soulware (DJ Set) # Jason Howson # Raiza Biza # Milo B # BAM
JOINING:

Noisia # Andy C # Fat Freddys Drop # Doc Scott # Phoroahe Monch # Om Unit # DJ Vadim # Mad Professor # The Upbeats # Concord Dawn

# Optimus Grime # Dylan C # Estere # Beat Mafia # CTFD # Eavesdrop # Diaz Grimm # Aroha # Scizzorhands # Knights of the Dub Table # Deep Fried Dub

Yep, come the 30th and 31st of December, Northern Bass will up the ante and deliver New Zealanders a truly world class ‘bass’ festival in one of our best summer holiday hotspots.

"To be hosting so many gifted artists that are personal favorites and have contributed so much to the music we all love is truly humbling”, says Event Director Gareth Popham.
“Hands down we think this is our best lineup yet.”

As well as music, expect more of what is fast making Northern Bass a must see event: more bass, a re-designed site layout, more facilities for campers,
more food and bar options and a festival site that has to be seen to be believed.

See you there!

NORTHERN BASS 2014/15
DEC 30th & DEC 31st
Worsfold Farm, Settlement Road, Mangawhai
THAT LINE-UP AGAIN:
Noisia # Andy C # Goldie #Fat Freddys Drop # Hudson Mohawke # Ghostface Killah # Krafty Kuts & Dynamite MC # Doc Scott # Pharoahe Monch
# Om Unit # DJ Vadim # DBridge # Mad Professor # Klute # Ant TC1 # Distance # Hybrid Minds # Rene LaVice # MC LowQui # The Upbeats # Concord Dawn
# Truth # Cern # Optimus Gryme # Dylan C # Estere # Organikismness # Soulware (DJ Set) # Beat Mafia # CTFD # Eavesdrop #Diaz Grimm # Aroha
# Jason Howson # Scizzorhands # Knights of the Dub Table # Deep Fried Dub # Milo B # BAM

Tickets are on-sale now from Real Groovy Records, Conch records and online at www.iticket.co.nz

Get Social: Keep an eye on our website and our socials for all the details, great competitions and updates on camping, buses, festival line-up
and food as well as some special features that we can’t wait to share with you.
facebook.com/northernbass
twitter.com/NorthernBassNZ #northernbass
instagram.com/NorthernBassNZ #northernbass
www.northernbass.co.nz


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