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St Jerome's Laneway Festival Auckland - Date & Venue

St Jerome's Laneway Festival Auckland - Date & Venue


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ST JEROME’S LANEWAY FESTIVAL returns to Auckland, NZ in 2013! And it’s looking to be the most exciting Laneway Festival yet.

Now in its fourth year in NZ, St Jerome’s Laneway Festival is heading back to Silo Park, Wynyard Quarter, with some exciting changes.

The location site will have a slightly different set up to 2012 Laneway – the site will be bigger and run along the waterfront, with lots of shade, heaps more grass, tables, chairs and umbrellas. We have doubled the size of the bars – and will be increasing the selection of food offerings. The site location will still be the most unique music festival location in NZ, with views to the Auckland Harbour Bridge and towering silos.

The line-up is pretty bloody exciting, though we cant say anything yet. We'll be announcing the line-up in its entirety on Wednesday September, 26 September.

What we can say is that as usual, Laneway will bring the finest mix of our favourite indie and alternative acts – some will be your recent discoveries, and others soon to be your favourite. For now, mark Monday 28th January (Auckland Anniversary Day) in your diary for the NZ Laneway Festival 2013.

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