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Orientation 2007


For Release Monday 8th January

Orientation 2007

The University Of Canterbury Students’ Association is pleased to announce the lineup for Orientation 2007.

From the 22nd February to the 4th March, Orientation ‘07 at Canterbury University will host one of the biggest festival lineups seen anywhere in the country this summer!

This year’s focus is on the incredible wealth of talent that the New Zealand music scene is fast growing an international reputation for, and is the biggest lineup we have delivered for many years.

All events are open to the public, and tickets will be on sale from Monday 22nd February from Real Groovy and Junction at the UCSA. Students can purchase a season’s pass for only $75, which guarantees entry to all events.

Complete Lineup:
The Black Seeds, Hollie Smith, Katchafire, The Open Souls, Concord Dawn, Minuit, Fat Freddy’s Drop, Shapeshifter, Kora, dDub, Odessa, P-Bass Expressway, Cornerstone Roots, Blue King Brown, The Josh Owen Band (Aus), Budspells, Jordan Luck, The Valves, The Aviators, The Thomas Oliver Band, Taos, Pig Out, Fingerprint, Radio Ron, Mrs Peacock, Paper Creatures.


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