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JIM BEAM HOMEGROWN 2019 – Sells Out!

All 20,000 tickets for Wellington’s Jim Beam Homegrown festival have been sold!

Organiser Andrew Tuck, says “We’re really grateful for the support and enthusiasm for Kiwi music; after 12 years the response has been stronger than ever and we’re stoked!”

On March 23rd the Wellington Waterfront will showcase 5 stages for the 42 acts booked to perform, including; Broods, Shapeshifter, Mitch James, Dave Dobbyn, Blindpsott, Sons of Zion, Kings and Kora.

There are still tickets available for the official Pre-Party where Salmonella Dub re-unite with Tiki Taane and will play alongside the mighty Katchafire, L.A.B and Soulware. For Pre-party tickets, schedules, site maps and more information visit www.homegrown.net.nz


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