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Big Day Out Timetable Released

Big Day Out Timetable Released

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BIG DAY OUT publishes its 2010 Auckland timetable today so eager fans can spend the next three weeks plotting their day at Mt Smart Stadium Friday 15 January.

There is no surprise to see the mainstage line-up headlined by Muse, with Groove Armada headlining the Boiler Room stage.

The evening mainstage line-up from Dizzee Rascal, Lily Allen, and Mars Volta into Muse packs hits, diversity and some of the world’s most creative acts into a run that is sure to thrill the big crowd.

English rockers Muse are bringing their stadium production to the BIG DAY OUT, promising the largest visual spectacle in the event’s 18 year history.

“Muse promise to deliver everything at the BIG DAY OUT that has seen them consistently hailed as the world’s best live rock show,” said promoter Campbell Smith.

Elsewhere, the BIG DAY OUT goes with tradition to see Groove Armada closing out the event in the Boiler Room where they are sure to lead an enormous crowd of revelers through classic and new material.

And the other last act on the show is US metal veterans Fear Factory on the Green Stage.

The show is opened by exuberant Auckland teens Bandicoot at 10.30am.

“In programming thirteen hours of music and over 70 artists and DJs across eight stages, there’s plenty of complementary acts to see and I guess there is always the chance for an eager fan to catch something of everyone if they were that mad,” said Smith.
THE BIG DAY OUT AUCKLAND
Friday 15th January Mount Smart Stadium

MUSE, THE MARS VOLTA, LILY ALLEN, KORA, GROOVE ARMADA, KASABIAN, DIZZEE RASCAL, SIMIAN MOBILE DISCO, JET, MIDNIGHT YOUTH, PNC, PEACHES , LADYHAWKE, PASSION PIT, GIRL TALK, DIMMER, RISE AGAINST, MASTODON, KARNIVOOL, HEAD LIKE A HOLE, DEVENDRA BANHART, THE HORRORS, GIN WIGMORE, POWDERFINGER, THE VEILS, SASHA, CALVIN HARRIS , THE DECEMBERISTS, ESKIMO JOE, DEJA VOODOO, THE TEMPER TRAP, MINUIT, JAMES DUNCAN, THE CHECKS, KIDZ IN SPACE, CAIRO KNIFE FIGHT, MOUNTAINEATER, TRUE LOVERS, TIM PHIN, BANDICOOT, LORD OF TIGERS, THE SILENT DISCO, BLOWFLY, DJ CHUCUCHU, POIRIER feat. MC ZULU, DEAD PREZ, CONCORD DAWN, EVIL, HOUSE OF SHEM, THE DRAB DOO RIFFS, OPENSOULS, TAINTED, DICK ‘MAGIK’ JOHNSON, ELSTON GUN, O’LOVELY, VALEDICTIONS, MILE HIGH, NICK D, BATUCADA SOUND MACHINE, FARMER PIMP, TAHUNA BREAKS, THE TURNAROUND, POP STRANGERS, SANDY BAY SOCIAL CLUB , FEAR FACTORY.

TICKETS $132 plus booking fee

You will be asked to read and agree to our Conditions of Sale and Admission before you can purchase tickets. Conditions of Sale and Admission can be viewed at www.bigdayout.com

For full show information and internet ticket bookings check out the website
www.bigdayout.com

Tickets available from www.bigdayout.com, www.ticketmaster.co.nz Real Groovy and Marbecks nationwide

*booking fees may vary pending on outlet & mode of purchase

ENDS

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