Jim Beam Homegrown festival


If you're going to be in Wellington New Zealand next 7th April 2018, then it is well worth your while picking up a ticket for the Homegrown festival, which rocks the waterfront, it's a day out to match any other in the rock calendar, though what makes Homegrown so special is that every performance comes from a live act that is 100% Kiwi. That makes the event the biggest collection of New Zealand pop and rock artists ever.Katchafire
After this year's record sell out Jim Beam Homegrown are back in 2018 on 7th April.

The line-up across all 5 stages will be HUGE + we've got a new stage to check out in Frank Kitts Park (The City Stage)!!
$79 Tickets Anyone?

This year for the first time Jim Beam Homegrown are offering Super Early-Bird Pre-Sales from $79 + booking fee.

Depending on how quick you are there will be options for limited $79, $89 and $99 pre-sales. These will be on sale from September 4th but you can't get your hands on them unless you register with Jim Beam Homegrown between 23rd August and 2nd September. So hit Jim Beam Homegrown on the 23rd for the registration link and you're good to go!

Once they're gone GA tickets will be $129 + booking fee so get in early and save up to $50.

The 1st line-up announcement will be on October 16th.

When you get to Jim Beam Homegrown you will need to swap your ticket for a wristband that will get you in and out of the different stages during the day.

Getting ready for Jim Beam Homegrown

Remember to bring the stuff you're going to need:
  • Make sure you bring photo ID for proof of age, your ticket, any (legal) medication you may need, a charged mobile phone, enough cash for the day. If you have any chronic conditions or illness (ie epilepsy, diabetes, asthma) be sure to carry information regarding your condition & emergency contact number on you at all times.
  • Allow enough time to get to & into the show. Presume around 30mins to get thru the gates & security depending on the time of day.
  • Dress for the day & weather by wearing sensible clothes & shoes.
  • You can bring into the event an unopened bottle of water (no glass) & reasonable amounts of food without problems.
  • Please note NO food or drinks are allowed to be brought into the TSB Bank Arena (Rock Stage) - their rules sorry.
  • Keep it real & keep it legal. Anyone caught holding or dealing illegal substances will be treated the same way as anywhere else.
  • Don't turn up drunk or out of it, as you may be refused entry.
  • Check the back of your ticket for restricted items such as video cameras, alcohol & umbrella's as we have no provision to check them in so you will need to get rid of it or take it back home or to your car.
  • Still cameras are allowed for personal use only.
  • For public transport around the Wellington region please go to www.metlink.org.nz


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