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Laneway 2018 Food Line-Up

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Monday, 18 December 2017- St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival New Zealand celebrates its ninth edition in just six weeks time on Auckland Anniversary Day.

Music is an important feature of Laneway, and we know fans are incredibly excited about our line-up, and back at the stunning surrounds of Albert Park precinct for second year. We’re going to be making a few minor tweaks to make things even better on site. The main change is that we’re moving the main food area, plus the craft beer and wine bars onto the grass near the fountain, so you’re on the grass and closer to the shady tree covering when you’re taking a break for something to eat.

You can also keep track of what’s happening on the stages while you relax. Situated above the wine bar this year we have installed a huge video screen that will be bringing you pictures and sound from each of the stages.
Speaking of food, once again we have a line-up of Auckland’s best and most delicious food vendors coming to Laneway. We’re getting hungry just thinking about it.

Allpress Espresso - Che Lucio BBQ - Doornuts - Double Dutch Fries - Fatima’s - Go Pasta - Judge Bao - Langos - Lord of the Fries - Mizzoni Pizza - Nice Blocks - Ramen Takara - Serial Griller - TACO LACO - Tart Bakery - The Brulee Bike - The Rolling Pin - Wise Boys Burgers
And more to be added…
Once again there’ll be bars scattered across the site and heaps of free water stations to keep you hydrated - and a festival isn’t a festival without hot chips, hot dogs and candy floss, so if that’s what you’re after, they’ll be there too. There are gluten free and vegan options aplenty, notably St Kevin’s Arcade vegan faves Tart Bakery and Lord of the Fries.
Tickets are selling fast and music fans are encouraged to book quickly atlanewayfestival.co.nz.

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