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Summerfest - Kickstarting Summer

Summerfest - Kickstarting Summer

OUR:HOUSE Presents are stoked to announce the festival to kickstart your summer,OUR:HOUSE SUMMERFEST 2017!

Saturday, December 2, will see thousands of music fans flock to Mt Smart Stadium for a very exclusive outdoor festival full of world-renowned international electronic artists plus a few of the local favourites.

OUR:HOUSE will transform Mt Smart Stadium into Auckland’s biggest open-air nightclub with numerous stages and multiple zones to showcase the extravagant array of talent we are hosting! Gates will be open from 2pm, through to sundown and closing late at night.

Taking over our famous OUR:HOUSE mainstage, we are very proud to announce our first headline artist straight out of Tomorrowland, world-class electronic live artist; deadmau5!

It only gets better festival lovers, because for the first time ever in NZ, deadmau5 brings with him, the most transformative stage in the world, THE CUBE 2.1!

Summerfest is one of the first festivals in NZ to produce this iconic set up. The Cube is being shipped worldwide from Sensation, Creamfields and deadmau5's "lots of shows in a row" tours across North America and Canada, which included two nights at the legendary Red Rocks, to provide you with the biggest festival of the summer!

Brand new artists and stages to be announced soon to join the full international support line-up. Earlybird tickets available Monday October 16 from www.ticketmaster.co.nz or head to www.ourhouse.co.nz and become a member to snap up a deal today.

OUR:HOUSE have got the ultimate summer starter, so get yourself ready because this one is going to be EPIC!

OUR:HOUSE Presents Summerfest - Saturday December 2, 2pm - Late, Mt Smart Stadium.

Special thanks to sponsors Heineken, Jagermeister, Bacardi, Stoli, Long White Vodka, & Remix Magazine.


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