Splore confirm returning favs in first 2019 line-up announcement

Published on: July 5, 2018

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The stage is set for another stunning Splore festival with two of Splore’s most popular festival acts returning to the beachside festival!

That’s right, summer’s not that far off and our fav festival just made it’s first line-up announcement. The high energy Dub Pistols and the totally unique Correspondents will provide a major party vibe when they return to Tapapakanga Park between 21- 24 February.

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Dub Pistols return to Tapapakanga Park in February 2019.

The Correspondents will perform two shows, one on the Main Stage and the other in the Living Lounge cabaret zone.  The Dub Pistols will also bring their high energy show to Splore’s Main Stage, with frontman Barry Ashworth adding one of his legendary DJ sets.

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The Correspondents return to Splore for two shows over the weekend.

Also returning is Copenhagen’s premier club and festival  DJ – Courtesy, who will play one of her blistering two hour DJ sets late into the night.

Also joining this teaser line up is Australia’s acclaimed Haiku Hands. Making their NZ festival debut this genre-bending unconventional pop, dance, electronic group are outrageous, bold and ruled by fun choreography.

Haiku Hands Splore

Haiku Hands will make their NZ debut at Splore 2019.

Splore organisation is well underway, with more music, performance and art to be announced over the coming months. Tickets can be laybyed now, so lock in the best weekend in Auckland’s summer calendar.

Ticket info:

  • General admission 8am Friday to 5pm Sunday – adult tier 1, festival ticket: $265 (includes general camping)
  • Limited tickets available for a Thursday afternoon entry (on sale later in the year)
  • Youth ticket 13-17: $175
  • Children 12 and under are Free
  • Camping upgrades are available – reserved camps and glamping options will go on sale later in the year at www.splore.net

Splore Location: One hour from Auckland’s CBD in a stunning beachside park – Tapapakanga Regional Park, Deerys Rd, Orere Point.

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