Laneway tick­ets to be won

St Jerome’s Laneway Fes­ti­val (R18) dou­ble pass — Al­bert Park Precinct, Auck­land, Jan­uary 30

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What do the USS En­ter­prise and St Jerome’s Laneway Fes­ti­val have in com­mon? They both chose to boldly go where nei­ther had gone be­fore.

In Laneway’s case their new fron­tier is the change to the dream lo­ca­tion that is the Al­bert Park Precinct (pic­tured) and we have a dou­ble pass up for grabs so you share in the fun first hand!

Laneway has al­ways been about the to­tal ex­pe­ri­ence. Fes­ti­val co-pro­moter Mark Knee­bone says he is ec­static that Laneway will be held at the lo­ca­tion or­gan­is­ers had their eye on when first bring­ing the fes­ti­val to Auck­land in 2010.

“Laneway Fes­ti­val is as much about the en­vi­ron­ment as it is about the mu­sic and this new site al­lows us to de­liver ev­ery­thing we know our guests need for a great fes­ti­val ex­pe­ri­ence— much more space, four in­di­vid­ual stages in the park, and on the sur­round­ing streets, a big­ger range of be­spoke food and bar op­tions, and of course the abun­dant grass and shade that Al­bert Park of­fers.

“The new site is 70 per cent big­ger, but for com­fort’s sake we are keep­ing the crowd ca­pac­ity the same. Mu­sic fans can come and hear some of the most ex­cit­ing mu­sic acts on the planet”

Acts such as Aurora, Cut Off Your Hands, Glass An­i­mals, touted break­out star of the year NAO, Tame Im­pala, The Chills, The Veils and Grammy award win­ner Tourist are on the bill.

It’s a risk-tak­ing line-up that goes deep and wide— with a bold se­lec­tion of con­tem­po­rary icons and emerg­ing gamechang­ers.

Will you be wit­ness­ing the next Lorde or Florence+ The Ma­chine? Ex­pe­ri­ence the next stun­ning chap­ter in the ever evolv­ing phe­nom­e­non that is Laneway.

To be in to win a dou­ble pass email your name, ad­dress and day­time tele­phone num­ber to hamil­ton­ by 4pm, Wed­nes­day, De­cem­ber 7. Com­pe­ti­tion by Fill The House Tick­ets Pro­ject— proudly sup­port­ing fam­i­lies of chil­dren with cancer.

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