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More music coming your way


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More music coming your way

Splore 2012 releases even more music! This summer over 40 international and Kiwi acts will descend on Splore’s shores to mix it up at a festival that is like no other.

Coming your way this summer is:

Africa Hitech

Ahoribuzz

Al Majik

Alphabethead

@ Peace

Barons of Tang

Cian

Cuban Brothers

Disasteradio

DJ Amato

DJ Qbert

DJ Sticky Buds

Dubhead

Dylan C

Earl Gateshead

Erykah Badu

FJ

Flex

Funkommunity

Gappy Ranks

Hermitude

Hudson Mohawke

IM ENO

Jamin-1

J Star

Jason Eli

K + Lab

King Kapisi

Latinotearoa

Lord Echo and His Melodies

MayaVanya

Mo’ Horizon

Optimus Gryme

Regrooved Sound System

Scratch 22

Shortee Blitz

SmokeEaters

Soul II Soul

Stinky Jim

The Nudge

The Yoots

Tiki

Weird Together

Splore’s amazing setting and unique vibe makes it an unmissable festival event.

About Splore

Splore is like no other New Zealand festival with an expansive multi-arts programme that is now firmly planted on the international entertainment circuit. As well as music performances Splore 2012 will include a curated visual arts programme, an eclectic line up of performing arts, a family zone with a full programme and plenty of engaging projects that will delight and surprise the audience. Additionally, delicious food vendors, market stalls and fully licensed bars are also set up on site for audience convenience.

Staged at the stunning Tapapakanga Regional Park, the beach front location is sublime and is designed for the audience to camp in many forms on site for a fully immersive three days. Camping is included in the ticket price, unless you choose to upgrade to a reserved camping spot or campervan, or want a taste of glamorous camping (known as Glamping) for an additional price.

Experience Splore - 17-19 February 2012, Tapapakanga Regional Park, one hour south east of Auckland city.

Tickets can be purchased from www.1-night.co.nz
with a time payment option also available.


Video Clips:

Erykah Badu http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CbuhKR8YXlk


Gappy Ranks http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hg_W934DdEg&feature=related


Hermitude http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BQSD41fEpg0


Mo’ Horizon http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qc7AIJOp-iA


Read music bios on Splore.net http://splore.net/#/programme/music


Splore TV http://www.splore.tv/#play?v=0&cat=1



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