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Timetable, Day Passes And Final Camping Sites Released

SOUNDSPLASH FESTIVAL RELEASES TIMETABLE,
DAY PASSES AND FINAL CAMPING SITES

With just over two weeks to go, the countdown is on to once again welcome the festival of the summer to Raglan. Making Soundsplash even sweeter, details of the event timetable, limited day passes, and final camping sites are now available.

Festival organisers today released the Soundsplash timetable, which will see over 40 acts play acrossthree stages throughout the three-day event. Friday Jan 20th brings locals Tiki Taane, MAALA, Pacific Heights, Yoko-Zuna & Third3ye, Amsterdam’s My Baby and more. Saturday 21st features hour-long performances from SIX60, Ocean Alley, Hollie Smith, Ed Solo, Mike Love, State of Mind and - just added to the Soundsplash lineup - a DJ set from London-based remix maestro Jstar, while highlights from Sunday 22nd include ManaLion and just-added Tunes of I. Soundsplash also hosts a packed schedule of workshops, offering knowledge on mindfulness, yoga, nutrition, beat making, hula and much more. The full music and workshop timetables can be found here.

In further exciting news, a limited number of Soundsplash day tickets have also been released. Set to sell out quickly at $120, Saturday Passes are now available at eventfinda.co.nz. Once purchased, wristbands will be available for collection on Saturday Jan 21st between 9am and 7pm from the Raglan i-SITE Visitor Information Centre. While Saturday Passes do not include on-site parking, a regular schedule of free shuttles will be on hand to transport all Soundsplash ticket-holders to and from the festival.

For those who want to experience the full spectrum of what Soundsplash has to offer, a reminder that camping is selling fast. With The Comfort Zone and Fields of Joy areas already sold out, and limited spaces available at both The Neighbourhood and One Love sites, campers are advised to purchase their tickets ASAP to avoid disappointment.

All tickets to Soundsplash are available now at eventfinda.co.nz. Make sure you’re there to experience the stunning Raglan location, great line-up, on-site camping, beach access and fantastic all-ages environment that make Soundsplash a must-do this summer.

For further information head to soundsplash.co.nz, and stay tuned for further Soundsplash updates.

Soundsplash Festival

January 20, 21, 22

Wainui Reserve, Raglan

Tickets on sale now from eventfinda.co.nz

Performing at Soundsplash 2017:

SIX60, State of Mind, Little Bushman, Tiki Taane, Mike Love, Mungo’s Hi Fi ft YT, Ed Solo, Hollie Smith, Three Houses Down, Ocean Alley, My Baby, Cornerstone Roots, Pacific Heights, Raiza Biza, MAALA, Iva Lamkum, Drax Project, Ace Cosgrove, Lime Cordiale, Sunshine Sound System, Hipstamatics, Diaz Grimm, K+Lab, Aroha, Jay Bulletproof, Flowidus, Yoko-Zuna & Third3ye, AceTones, ManaLion, Sister Nesk & MC Rafiki, Mighty Mighty, Sgt Benji, Jafa Mafia, Dubsonic, Jamin-I, DJ Atmosphere, RudeKat, Cian, Jungle Fari, B Rex, Brown Brothers, Bobo.

About Soundsplash - Soundsplash originally ran from 2001-2008 and was voted ‘Festival of Choice for 2005/06’ by Rip It Up Magazine. After a few silent years, Soundsplash has evolved into a multi-sub genre music festival that has now become a highlight of the summer calendar. With its progressive environmental focus, Soundsplash also supports off-the-grid and innovative new ideas. Soundsplash is located 90 minutes from Auckland via State Highway 1 or 45 minutes from Hamilton via State Highway 23.

www.soundsplash.co.nz


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