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Soundsplash Music Festival Returns for 2017

Soundsplash Music Festival Returns for 2017

Soundsplash is back for 2017, returning to Raglan’s stunning Wainui Reserve Friday January 20 and Saturday 21. Featuring 40 acts across three stages, the all-ages festival is once again set to be one of the biggest events this summer.

Located five minutes drive from Raglan, Wainui Reserve has breathtaking coastal views, and is located 500 metres from Ngarunui beach - the perfect location for festival attendees who are passionate about music, their environment and to unplug amongst the myriad of stages, chill-zones, sun, sand and surf Soundsplash has to offer.

Earlybird tickets are on sale from today Monday July 25 from 9am at eventfinda.co.nz, with options for individual, group and youth passes. Entry is free for kids 14 and under when accompanied by a guardian. Parking and multiple onsite camping options are also available, and shuttle buses will run regularly between the venue and Raglan Township. For those looking for alternative accommodation, further options can be found at raglan.org.nz/accommodation.

Follow Soundsplash on Facebook, Twitter or visit soundsplash.co.nz for the latest news, and stay tuned for further announcements from the festival, including the artist lineup due for announcement in August.

Soundsplash Festival

January 20 and 21

Wainui Reserve, Raglan

Earlybird tickets on sale today 9am from eventfinda.co.nz


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