Sanctuary Sounds Music Festival

When
Fri Dec 6th, 2019
Where

Buy Tickets (Weekend Pass)

Doors open
12:00pm
Gig starts
5:00pm
Entry
All Ages
Cover charge*
$90
*Guide only - booking fees may apply
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Sanctuary Sounds Music Festival 2019
'Under the Big Top'

6th, 7th and 8th of December

New Zealand's Biggest Little Festival!

3 Days in Sunny Hawkes Bay!

Sanctuary Sounds is a not-for-profit music festival showcasing an eclectic mix of music from all over New Zealand and Australia. The 3 day festival is held on a rural property in Takapau, Central Hawkes Bay. Camp for 3 days and enjoy the music, food, bar, stalls, and relaxed vibe. Camping is FREE!

This is a zero waste event! Please bring what you need and take away what you bring.

- Raw Collective
- The Rude Boyz
- Ghost Who Walks
- Blue River Baby
- Detour
- The Monotones NZ
- Lola Sola
- Planet Hunter
- Bruce Bisset and the Rural Voters
- Hot Janola
- Midge Mccleary
- Russell Self
- Harvey Joyce Junior
- Moss
- Old Man's Beard
- The Skinny Millionaires
- Buddha loves the Mafia
- Metropölis NZ Motörhead Tribute Band
- Spank
- The Travelling Lounge Room
- JerseyBob and Monika
- Maria Williams
- Lavender Menace

Ticket purchase also provides you with the opportunity to become a member of the Sanctuary Sounds Incorporated Society. You can find the membership benefits and form at www.sanctuary-sounds.co.nz.

Ticket Sales:
$90.00 weekend entry available from 16th September - 1st December
$100.00 weekend entry available at the gate ( cash only )

Links
sanctuary-sounds.co.nz
facebook.com/Sanctuary-S...
Tags
acoustic/solo, alternative, blues, country/folk, dj, electronic, metal, punk/hardcore, reggae/dub, rock, soul/funk, world

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