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SoundSplash Festival Returns for 2018

SOUNDSPLASH FESTIVAL RETURNS FOR 2018

After selling out this January, the Soundsplash Festival is pleased to announce its return to Raglan’s stunning Wainui Reserve Friday January 19 to Sunday January 21 in 2018.

Located a mere five minute drive from Raglan, Wainui Reserve has played host to Soundsplash since the festivals return in 2016. With breathtaking coastal views, and Ngarunui beach just 500 metres from the festival site, it’s the perfect location for attendees to enjoy the full Soundsplash experience.

The eco- conscious and family friendly festival site features a main stage nestled at the base of a stunning natural amphitheater, with plenty of room to sit, relax, dance and enjoy.

With several stages, a myriad of market stalls, fun and informative workshops, kids and chill zones, Soundsplash is a festival that caters for the whole family, in an setting which has everything you could want to experience over the kiwi summer!

Earlybird tickets are on sale from Thursday 1st June 9am at soundsplash.co.nz or eventfinda.co.nzwith options for individual and family passes. Pre-sells are available from tomorrow Wed 31st May exclusively for the Soundsplash database. To join the list go to soundsplash.co.nz.

Entry is free for children 15 and under when accompanied by a parent or guardian (one free child per paid adult ticket). Parking and a variety of onsite camping add on options are also available. For those looking for alternative accommodation in Raglan, further options can be found atraglan.org.nz/accommodation and shuttle buses will run regularly between the venue and Raglan Township.

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

Soundsplash Festival
Friday 19 - Sunday 21 January 2018

Wainui Reserve, Raglan

Earlybird tickets on sale Thursday 1st June 9am from soundsplash.co.nz and eventfinda.co.nz
Exclusive database pre-sell from 9am Wednesday 31st May. Sign up at soundsplash.co.nz


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