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Full Lineup Announced For Future City Festival 2019

Full Lineup Announced For Future City Festival 2019

Wednesday 16th January, 2019 12:16PM

Hamilton's annual multi-venue celebration Future City Festival have revealed their full lineup for 2019. The band-heavy blowout will see globetrotting Wellington witch rockers Hex, Auckland “wine punks” Tooms, the indie-pop musings of BEING., and the hook-driven punk rock of local badasses The Contenders join the previously announced huge bill, featuring headlining folk star Nadia Reid, emo-punks Carb on Carb, psych rockers Te Huhu and lots more. Check out the updated festival details here…


Future City Festival 2019

Friday 8th March - Nivara Lounge + ZEAL
Featuring... Contenders, Sora Shima, Landlords, Ben Woods, The Fatalities, Te Huhu, Tidal Rave, Troika

Saturday 9th March - Nivara Lounge + The Meteor
Featuring... Nadia Reid, Carb on Carb, BEING., Hex, namesake, Fables, Macaila Eve, Tooms, Broadcast State, Cartoon Villain, Sit Down In Front, Bitter Defeat, Distan

Weekend passes are available HERE via UTR

Here’s Hex's classic single ‘Page of Pentacles’...


Check out Tooms's catchy track ‘Types Of Dicks’...


Here's BEING.’s latest single ‘Count Me In (I’ve been dragging life / less)’...


Press Release:

Hamilton Underground Press presents...

Future City Festival 2019 featuring Nadia Reid Hamilton's inner city underground music festival is back for its third year. This year's key details:

- March 8th and 9th 2019
- Around 20 bands and artists in total
- 2 stages per night - venues for 2019 include The Meteor Theatre, Nivara Lounge, and ZEAL.

Lineup first announcement: Nadia Reid, Carb on Carb, Te Huhu, Tidal Rave, Landlords, Troika, Distance, Cartoon Villain, Sit Down In Front, Barracks, plus many more to be announced. 

Links
facebook.com/FutureCityFestivalNZ

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Fri 8th Mar
Various Venues, Hamilton
Sat 9th Mar
Meteor Theatre, Hamilton







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