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Opshop - Back Together for Jim Beam Homegrown

Opshop - Back Together for Jim Beam Homegrown

Amongst the 18 new acts to join the bill for next year’s Jim Beam Homegrown are Kiwi Rock favourites Opshop, who according to the band’s drummer, Bobby Kennedy, are “out of hiatus, stretching our legs”.

Other acts also new to the bill include Savage, Maala, P Money, NZ Marley All-Stars, Villainy and Nomad.

They will join another 38 acts performing across the 5 stages including: Shapeshifter, Fat Freddy’s Drop, Kora, Devilskin, I Am Giant, Elemeno-P, The Feelers, Dave Dobbyn, Sachi, Stan Walker, Katchafire, State of Mind, Che Fu & The Kratez, Mitch James, David Dallas and Kings.

Jim Beam Homegrown always sells out so don’t miss out, tickets are only $129+b.f, go to www.homegrown.net.nz for tickets and all event info.


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