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Final Line-Up Revealed For Oro '17 Featuring Underworld, Jeru The Damaja + More

Final Line-Up Revealed For Oro '17 Featuring Underworld, Jeru The Damaja + More

Thursday 2nd March, 2017 9:18AM

The organisers of Oro '17 have revealed the line-up for the inaugural festival. Joining UK electronic giants Underworld (who were announced last month) will be DJ Phil Hartnoll of British dance duo Orbital, old school New York rapper Jeru The Damaja, Dave Seaman of the Global Underground Renaissance and several other artists from at home and abroad to ensure one excellent dance party on the forest. See the details below...

Oro 2017
Saturday 8 April, Te Ngahere o Woodhill (Woodhill Forest), Waimauku, Auckland

Featuring... Underworld, DJ Phil Hartnoll (Orbital), Dave Seaman (Global Underground Renaissance), Jeru The Damaja, Koven, Feint, SoccerPractise, Greg Churchill, and DJ Dubhead

Here's Underworld with 'If Rah' from their latest record 'Barbara Barbara, We Face A Shining Future...


Here is Jeru The Damaja with his cut 'Ya Playin' Yaself' produced by DJ Premiere...


And here's Auckland's Soccerpractise with their clip for 'Windfall'...


PRESS RELEASE:

ORO'17 MUSIC FESTIVAL
AUCKLAND’S WOODHILL FOREST BECOMES THE BEAUTIFUL BACKDROP TO A BRAND NEW FESTIVAL, WITH UK MUSIC LEGENDS UNDERWORLD HEADLINING ORO’17 THIS APRIL.

Electronic pioneers Underworld are set to dazzle music-lovers with their Coachella-ready set at this brand-new, boutique music festival amongst the trees on Saturday 8 April.

Known for their visual style and dynamic live performances, Underworld are a mainstay in the global electronic scene and are celebrated as one of the best dance music acts in the world.

Adding to the uniqueness of the festival, the event is being staged in partnership with local iwi and owners of the land Ngāti Whātua o Kaipara.

Positioned amongst the tranquil surrounds, the day long festival will contain everything needed for a day and night of top quality entertainment in the forest, with a wide range of gourmet food, beverages and amenities available on site.

ACCESS

Due to the special nature of the forest environment there is no parking at the venue, except for a very limited amount of VIP + Parking ticket buyers. The access road to the festival will be closed to vehicles and pedestrians.

The only way for ticket holders to get to and from the festival site is via ORO17 buses from either the Auckland CBD or our park and ride facility near the venue. More bus and park and ride details will be issued closer to the festival date.

Choose your bus departure location on the Ticketmaster site when you purchase your tickets, options are:
• Auckland CBD
• Park and ride facility nearer the venue in Kumeu

Saturday 8 April, Te Ngahere o Woodhill (Woodhill Forest), Waimauku, Auckland
Gates open 11am, event finishes 11pm
Tickets on sale 9am, Monday 13th February from www.ticketmaster.co.nz
Festival is R18.





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