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Summerfest - More Acts Added

Summerfest - More Acts Added

Support line-up announced for OUR:HOUSE Summerfest 2017

There is a HUGE festival coming to Mt Smart Stadium on the first weekend of summer 2017!! On Saturday December 2, thousands of festival goers will join us to kick off summer at OUR:HOUSE Summerfest, featuring the one and only Deadmau5.

Earlybirds are SELLING OUT so snap yours up here today!

As well as the legendary Deadmau5, who is coming to us straight off the back of a massive European summer, we have a number of world renowned artists joining us for an EPIC day of outdoor festival fun – kicking off at 2pm!! We’re super stoked to announce that we have the following international electronic artists on board:

This is MASSIVE!! Electronic duo, Showtek, will be partying with us performing a live set at Summerfest 2017!! The Dutch brothers have had multiple chart hits and have worked with artists such as Tiesto, Chris Brown and David Guetta.

This Sydney beatmaker is loved by millions, literally. With over 33 million streams online, the 24-year-old promises to bring a full live show incorporating drums, keyboards, samplers and vocalists. After winning over the crowds at Australian festivals Splendour in the Grass and Falls Festival, Kilter will be back once again to our shores to party with you!

Self-proclaimed ‘dirty disco music’ producer, Throttle is probably one of the only DJs in the world who can say he provided rally music for none other than Hillary Clinton!! The Melbourne native was discovered by Avicii and has since toured with Oliver Heldens and has just released a collaboration with Galantis on the hit track ‘Tell Me You Love Me’.

You know that song you’ve been jamming to on the radio, ‘Slipping’? Cymbol is the man behind the music check it out below -


Our members DOUBLE Deal has SOLD OUT and early birds are tracking to sell out TODAY!

Grab the last few here now


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