Echo Festival has been cancelled. Organisers made a statement saying, "We are very sorry but ECHO Festival has been cancelled.
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More information coming soon...."
New Zealand's first Echo Festival (having changed it's name from McLaren Valley Music & Arts Festival after moving to Auckland) will take place at the Vector Arena, Auckland from Monday 11th and Tuesday 12th January 2016.
The line-up offers local talent playing alongside international artists, over three days across three music stages.
Latest additions Jamie XX, Elliphant, Mac DeMarco, Kirin J. Callinan, Neddwellyn Jones, Beastwars, Die! Die! Die!, Aldous Harding, Dictaphone Blues, Mel Parsons, Maala, Anthonie Tonnon, Tom Lark, New Gum Sarn, Voom, Margaret, and Race Banyon.
The first acts confirmed are Disclosure, The Flaming Lips, Alison Wonderland, The Datsuns, Kurt Vile & the Violators, The Preatures, Young Fathers, David Dallas & the Daylight Robbery, The Chills, The Phoenix Foundation, C.W. Stoneking, Avalanche City, Tiny Ruins, Marlon Williams & The Yarra Benders, The Eastern, P-Money, Racing, Jordan Léser, Fazerdaze, and Arthur Ahbez.
3-Day Festival Pass is priced at $245.
Bringing "a taste of Glastonbury and Coachella to the Pacific" the festival also features markets, a wellness programme and themed camping.
The family friendly event offers family camping options, glamping at a stunning lakeside site, other camping in clearings around the site, and options close to the music stages for those who want to be close to the action.
More information will be here when available.
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