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Wondergarden 2017 Line-Up Announced With Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Chelsea Jade + More

Wondergarden 2017 Line-Up Announced With Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Chelsea Jade + More

Thursday 31st August, 2017 8:46AM

After a hugely successful inaugural run in 2016, new year's festival Wondergarden is returning for a second run at the Silo Park in Auckland. The family-friendly festival boasts an eclectic line-up which will see Portland-based outfit Unknown Mortal Orchestra returning to our shores to fill the headline spot. Also gracing the bill is Chelsea Jade, Leisure, SWIDT, Nadia Reid and More. See all the details below...

Sunday 31st December, Silo Park, Auckland

Featuring... Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Leisure, Chelsea Jade, SWIDT, Maala, Nadia Reid, The Ruby Suns, Remi., Bailey Wiley and Boyboy.

See below for ticketing details

Take a peep at the announce video below...



Auckland City's New Year's Eve festival Wondergarden returns for 2017, and has announced its full lineup this morning. Wondergarden 2017 features an eclectic selection of artists from home and away, headlined by Portland-based psychedelic pop group Unknown Mortal Orchestra.

Also on the bill are Auckland's golden groove R&B five-piece Leisure; dream pop art school dropout Chelsea Jade; direct from Onehunga is NZ's hottest new hip-hop crew SWIDT ; 2016's VNZMA best male solo artist and electronic pop producer MAALA; and evocative folk singer and songwriter Nadia Reid.

Rounding out the lineup is Australian hip hop prodigy REMI, kaleidoscopic tropical indie-pop group The Ruby Suns, neo-soul songstress Bailey Wiley, and LA-based pop producer Boyboy.

Register here to go in the draw to win a pass for you and four friends to Wondergarden 2017 and be first in line for $65 super earlybird tickets!

Located at Auckland’s Silo Park, the New Year’s Eve festival heads into its second year after a highly successful response to its inaugural event in 2016.

Wondergarden is a musical celebration that was conceived to provide Aucklanders something a little bit special and different from what is currently on offer in the city over the holiday period. 2017 see's the welcome return of an event that organisers aim to grow into one of the city’s essential summer dates of the future.

‘Wondergarden is for those of us who are avoiding the mass exodus out of town over that New Year period,' says festival director Reuben Bonner 'Auckland tends to empty out a little, and it's a pretty dreamy time to enjoy Auckland for the people who stick around. We're here to provide a party with an incredible soundtrack for Aucklanders, and anyone else who finds themselves visiting our fair city to usher in 2018.’

As well as a full afternoon and evening of main stage musical entertainment, Wondergarden also features a dedicated family zone away from the main stage. This will include games and activities as well as children’s performers and entertainment, headlined by rogue pirate, Captain Festus McBoyle and his motley crew of music and mischief.

As well as that, New Zealand's favourite street food is on offer all day and night courtesy of the Food Space food trucks. It all takes place at Silo Park, on the cusp of Auckland Harbour with the best view in the city for the Sky Tower's midnight fireworks display.

Earlybird tickets go on sale at 9am, September 6th from the festival website with adult, children, and infant passes available.


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