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Soundsplash Festival Releases Day Schedule And Timetable

Soundsplash Festival 2016 Releases Day Schedule And Timetable

Soundsplash named top family-friendly festival 2016 by the NZ Herald

With less than a month before this summer's much-anticipated Soundsplash Festival kicks off, it's time to get planning!

Over three days from the 8th until 10th January Soundsplash will be home to four stages – Summer Haze, Outsides Stage, The Ledge and the Roots and Culture stage; boasting a line up of over 70 artists including some of New Zealand’s favourite artists and international stars. The licensed 18+ Valley Bar will also have select DJ’s playing from 2.00pm until midnight.

Gates will open at 9.00am on Friday with JAfA MAfiA officially opening the Roots and Culture stage from 2.00pm.

The evening headline slots over the three days belong to a stunning line up of artists including Three Houses Down, Kinetic, Naram, Sunshine Soundsystem, The Black Seeds, State Of Mind, Third 3ye, Killamanraro, and The Nudge.

However the festival final line-up features many more international and local artists such as Sticky Fingers, State of Mind, Tiki Taane, Deadly Hunta, Trinity Roots, Stickybuds, Herman Saiz, Bobby Alu, Cornerstone Roots, Weird Together, and Anna Coddington, to name a few.

The festival officially ends on Sunday at 3.00pm with The Nudge who will bring their swampy blues tones and magical psychedelic ambience to the Soundsplash crowd. Following the festival there will be an After Party at Yot Club from 5pm to 1am.

The full schedule showing all set times and artists can be found below.

Named by the NZ Herald as the top family-friendly festival this summer, Soundsplash is situated in picturesque Raglan, just 500 metres from Ngarunui beach.

Full price tickets are now on sale, with tiered ticket prices to suit attendees of all ages. All tickets include overnight stays and parking in one of three stunning locations on Wainui Reserve.

SOUNDSPLASH FESTIVAL

January 8-10 2016

Wainui Reserve, Raglan

TICKETS AVAILABLE FROM WWW.SOUNDSPLASH.CO.NZ

General Festival Information

Gates open at 9am on Friday and the music starts between 2pm and 3pmeach day, with an 11am start on Sunday.

Festival attendees are reminded that although the festival caters for all-ages, all ticket holders will need to bring valid ID regardless of age.

No alcohol or gas stoves are allowed to be brought into the festival site.

Full festival information can be found in the FAQ section of the website. http://soundsplash.co.nz/#faq

SOUNDSPLASH 2016 FULL LINEUP:

Sticky Fingers, The Black Seeds, State of Mind, Tiki Taane, Deadly Hunta, Trinity Roots, Stickybuds, Sunshine Soundsystem, Cornerstone Roots, Weird Together, Bobby Alu, Three Houses Down, Diggy & Laughton, Stack & Piece, Swamp Thing, Bella Kalolo, The Nudge, L.A.B., Anna Coddington, Raiza Biza, Knights of the Dub Table, Tunes of I, Dubhead & Tuffy Culture, Third3ye, Sgt Benji, MC Silva, JAfA MAfiA, Manalion, IllBaz, Naram & SK Simeon, DJ PG (Brazil), Kinetic Ayesha, Omega B, Lock Steady, Aroha, Jamin-I, KillaManRaro, Israel Starr, Herman Saiz, Jungle Fari, B-Rex, Brown Brothers, Dubsonic, DJ Atmosphere, Summer Thieves, Hipstamatics, Strangely Arousing, Opaque Clique, Mighty Mighty, FJ, Delete Delete, Jonathan Crayford Electric Trio, Drulox, Dealt Fairly, Chocolate Box Deluxe, Silk Puppets, Bobby Brazuka, Jinja Cat, King Macka, Shady Lady, Chica Licorica, Red Robin & Table Suede, Latinaotearoa, Hide and Tallow, Cian, Bobo, Spikey Tee, Fuzzbox.

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