Sound­splash stage re­turn­ing to Raglan

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The Sound­splash Fes­ti­val re­turns to Raglan's Wainui Re­serve from Fri­day Jan­uary 19 to Sun­day Jan­uary 21 2018.

A five minute drive from Raglan, Wainui Re­serve has played host to Sound­splash since the fes­ti­val's re­turn in 2016.

With breath­tak­ing coastal views, and Ngarunui beach 500m from the fes­ti­val site, it's the per­fect lo­ca­tion for at­ten­dees to en­joy the full Sound­splash ex­pe­ri­ence.

The eco-con­scious and fam­i­lyfriendly fes­ti­val site fea­tures a main stage nes­tled at the base of a nat­u­ral am­phithe­ater, with plenty of room to sit, re­lax, dance and en­joy.

With sev­eral stages, a myr­iad of mar­ket stalls, fun and in­for­ma­tive work­shops, kids and chill zones, Sound­splash is a fes­ti­val that caters for the whole fam­ily, in a set­ting with ev­ery­thing you could want to ex­pe­ri­ence over the kiwi sum­mer.

Fes­ti­val Direc­tor Brian Ruawai says the unique ex­pe­ri­ence Sound­splash of­fers has been re­flected in Early­bird tick­ets sell­ing out not long af­ter they were re­leased in June.

Tick­ets are on sale now from sound­ and with op­tions for in­di­vid­ual and fam­ily passes.

En­try is free for chil­dren 15 and un­der when ac­com­pa­nied by a par­ent or guardian (one free child per paid adult ticket).

Park­ing and a va­ri­ety of on­site camp­ing add on op­tions are also avail­able. Shut­tle buses will run reg­u­larly be­tween the venue and Raglan Town­ship.

Or­gan­is­ers say fur­ther an­nounce­ments from the fes­ti­val are com­ing soon, in­clud­ing first de­tails of the mu­si­cal line-up.

Photo / Sup­plied

The Sound­splash main stage is at the base of a nat­u­ral am­phithe­ater.

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