THE TIMETABLE FOR THE LANEWAY FESTIVAL 2016

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THE TIMETABLE FOR THE LANEWAY FESTIVAL 2016

The annual Laneway Festival in Auckland has become one of the hottest on the music calender: hottest as in the site at Silo Park (which has to import shade tents) can be blistering in the summer heat.

So -- more than Big Day Outs and such in the past -- it is one to prepare for: hat, shades, sunscreen, drink plenty of water and . . . be prepared to see some very exciting acts, many in the first phase of their careers.

It really is a day-long festival which should not be missed so we are pleased to post here the timetable for the day . . . which is Monday February 1.

For more details on tickets and artists go here

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