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Takapuna Food, Wine & Music Festival 2019


The Takapuna Food, Wine and Music Festival returns to Smales Farm for its second year on Saturday February 16th 2019.

Event goers will get to experience an even better occasion this summer as the Festival enhances its food and beverage offerings, tweaks its design set up and pushes out its finishing time to 8.30pm.

The 2019 Festival also delivers a power packed line up of acts including international electronic stars SNEAKY SOUND SYSTEM and local favourites TIKI TAANE, AUTOMATIC 80’S, NATHAN HAINES, SWAMP THING and more!

Smales Farm has proved to be the ideal location to host this event with its expansive green spaces, purpose-built amenities, immediate proximity to public transport and unique urban surrounds.

Tickets are on sale now with a special first release price of $40 plus booking fee for general admission and $125 plus booking fee for VIP. All tickets include a souvenir Festival cup.

Please visit our website for Tickets and more info on this summers Festival. www.takapunafestival.co.nz

Further big announcements to be made soon! See you there!

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