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Soundsplash Neighbourhood Camping Zone Sells Out

Soundsplash Neighbourhood Camping Zone Sells Out

New Offsite Parking And Accommodation Options Announced.

With less than three months to go until Soundsplash 2018, both festival tickets and onsite camping are selling fast.

Soundsplash’s Neighbourhood campsites have now sold out, along with the Comfort Zone and Fields of Joy camping areas. Remaining options for onsite camping at the festival are the One Vibe Family Camping area (with packages available that include campsite parking), and theRoad Trippers Vehicle Camping area for campervans, buses, sleeper vans, caravans or motorhomes (no tents).

For those looking for offsite accommodation, Soundsplash also has you covered, partnering with some of Raglan’s finest to offer a range of options:

Raglan Holiday Park – 15% discount available on campsites for Soundsplash ticket holders. Ph (09) 8258283 to book

Kev’s Place – Laid-back campsites and chalets. Mellow vibe and all ages welcome. Ph 021 718 523 to book

Raglan Backpackers & Waterfront Lodge - Waterfront location in central Raglan, offering private or dorm share rooms, and a holiday house. Book online or call (07) 825 0515

Solscape - Relax in diverse up-cycled to contemporary eco accommodations with options to suit all budgets. Ph (07) 825 8268 to book.

The Raglan i-SITE also offers plenty of great suggestions.

For those travelling from out of town, Soundsplash is also happy to announce that the Raglan Airfield will be available as a free offsite parking area for ticket holders during the festival. Those parked at the airfield will be able to come and go as they please, although spaces are unable to be reserved and capacity will be limited. Regular free shuttles will run between the airfield and festival site. You must show your Soundsplash ticket or festival wristband to gain entry to the airfield carpark, and to board the shuttle.

Until then, stay tuned for the Soundsplash 2018 second line-up announcement, coming in November, and head to for festival and camping tickets and to learn more.

Soundsplash Festival
January 19, 20, 21
Wainui Reserve, Raglan
Tickets on sale now from

Soundsplash 2018 first line-up:


With more to be announced.


About Soundsplash – Soundsplash originally ran from 2001-2008 and was voted ‘Festival of Choice for 2005/06’ by Rip It Up Magazine. After a few silent years, Soundsplash has evolved into a multi-sub genre music festival. Soundsplash originally inspired a zero-waste movement at festivals throughout New Zealand. With its progressive environmental focus, Soundsplash supports off-the-grid and innovative new ideas, including organic architecture and hidden sustainable installations. Soundsplash is located 90 minutes from Auckland via State Highway 1 or 45 minutes from Hamilton via State Highway 23.

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