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MTV EMA award winner Mitch James part of Jim Beam Homegrown

Jim Beam Homegrown is back on March 23rd, 2019 and ready to fire on all cylinders! Kiwi music’s biggest party will take over the Wellington Waterfront with 42 acts spread over 5 independent stages and it is tracking towards another record sell out with demand for tickets greater than ever.

The mega full line-up announcement sees the likes of recent MTV EMA award winner Mitch James, Savage, P-Money, Opshop, and Villainy join Shapeshifter, Broods, Blindspott, Kora, Katchafire, Devilskin, Stan Walker, Dave Dobbyn, Kings, Sons Of Zion, Home Brew, The Black Seeds, The Upbeats, QUIX, Lee Mvtthews plus another 22 acts.

Jim Beam Homegrown has also added a massive Pre-Party on March 22nd, the night before the festival, headlined by Kiwi music icons Salmonella Dub feat. Tiki Taane, supported by; Katchafire, L.A.B and Soulware.

Whatever your musical tilt, Jim Beam Homegrown 2019 has something for everyone. Tickets are on sale now at homegrown.net.nz for 139.90+BF, with Pre-Party tickets available from $69.90+BF.



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