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The Clean To Play Homegrown 2011

The Clean To Play Homegrown 2011

Monday, 22nd November 2010 9:41AM

The second and final line-up announcement for next years Homegrown Festival in Wellington is out and includes legends The Clean playing their first NZ show since the release of their latest album Mister Pop last year. Here is the full second announcement:

Nokia Electronic Stage
· State of Mind
· Tim Phin
· Brazilbeat Soundsystem

Vodafone Dub & Roots Stage

· Shapeshifter
· Trinity Roots
· Jayson Norris

 

Vodafone Pop and RnB Stage
· Kidz in Space
· PNC
· Ivy Lies
· Supermodel
· DJ Logikal

Redbull Studio Live Stage
· Artisan Guns
· Kids of 88
· Family Cactus
· The Clean
· DJ Lotion

Jim Beam Rock Stage
· I Am Giant
· Black River Drive
· The Checks

Scroll down to the bottom of the post see the complete line-up.

Press Release:

JIMBEAM HOMEGROWN FINAL ANNOUNCEMENT – UNDER EMBARGO UNTIL MONDAY NOV 22ND If you want the absolute cream of Kiwi music there really is only one gig this summer…Jim Beam Homegrown. With 6 stages and 45 bands, New Zealand music doesn’t get any better than this!

The festival has sold out every year and with a veritable feast of Kiwi music flowing out along the beautiful Wellington Waterfront, why wouldn’t it?

Each of the six stages has its own flavour. The largest of them, the Vodafone Dub and Roots stage boats a truly epic line-up with Shapeshifter joined by the legendary Trinity Roots, Tiki, Katchafire, Six60 and Salmonella Dub.

The Jim Beam Rock line-up has the first performance in two years from Blindspott. Throw in The Feelers, Midnight Youth, Elemeno-P, The Checks, I Am Giant and Black River Drive and you’ve got a wall to wall day of Kiwi rock.

It will be an indilicious day at the Red Bull Studio Live stage as Flying Nun legends The Clean share a massive bill with The Phoenix Foundation, Die! Die! Die, Cairo Knife Fight, The Ruby Suns, Family Cactus and Artisan Guns. There’s also an assortment of electro, pop and hip hop with new comers Kids of 88, Tommy Ill and Coco Solid.

On the new Vodafone Pop and RnB Stage a plethora of talent comes to Homegrown for the first time. Dane Rumble will headline an all-star outing that includes J Williams, Savage vs. Scribe, Nesian Mystik, PNC, Kidz in Space, DJ Logikal, Ivy Lies, Motocade and hotly-tipped Wellington pop rock quartet Supermodel.

And it certainly doesn’t let up on the Nokia Electronic stage with State of Mind live and Tim Phin joining the genre defining sound of The Upbeats, Dubstep pioneer; Optimus Gryme and the fresh global sounds of Maya and Vanya, Dick Johnson and Clarke Gayford.

Last but not least the free to the public Amphitheatre stage features the country’s premier 3 on 3 breakdancing competition and a mix of good time grooves from Sunshine Soundsystem, Jayson Norris and the Brazilbeat Sound System.

Whatever your taste Jim Beam Homegrown has it covered. For more info and tickets check out www.homegrown.net.nz

Full Lineup:

Jim Beam Rock Stage
· Blindspott
· I Am Giant
· The Feelers
· Midnight Youth
· Elemeno-p
· The Checks
· Black River Drive

Vodafone Dub & Roots Stage
· Shapeshifter
· Trinity Roots
· Tiki & the Dub Soldiers
· Katchafire
· Six60
· Salmonella Dub
· Downtown Brown
· Jayson Norris

Vodafone Pop and RnB Stage
· Dane Rumble
· J Williams
· Nesian Mystic
· Savage vs. Scribe
· PNC
· Kidz in Space
· Ivy Lies
· Motocade
· Supermodel
· DJ Logikal

Nokia Electronic Stage
· The Upbeats
· State of Mind
· Optimus Gryme
· Dick Johnson
· Tim Phin
· Maya and Vanya
· Clarke Gayford

Redbull Studio Live Stage
· The Clean
· The Phoenix Foundation
· Die! Die! Die!
· Kids of 88
· Artisan Guns
· The Ruby Suns
· Family Cactus
· Cairo Knife Fight
· Coco Solid
· Tommy ILL
· DJ Lotion

Amphitheatre Stage
· 3 on 3 breakdancing
· Sunshine Soundsystem
· Brazilbeat Soundsystem
· Jayson Norris



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Saturday March 5th - 2011
Posted by I_am_noisyland 4 years ago

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Duuh so when is it?
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