Splore

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Splore
Dates21-24 February 2019
Location(s)Orere Point, New Zealand
Years active1998 - Present[1]
Website[1]
Screenshot of Festival Logo

Splore is an annual boutique music and arts three day festival held at Tapapakanga Regional Park, in Orere Point, New Zealand[2] with approximately 8,000 attendees.[3]

The first Splore was held on New Year’s Eve 1998 and the festival ran consecutively for four years and then took a year off. In between 2004 and 2014 the festival was a bi-annual event until 2015 where it was it announced that the festival would continue annually.[4]

Line-up[edit]

2014[edit]

1814, Adam Freeland, Amandamania, Andy JV, Aroha, Awesome Tapes from Africa, Blak Twang, Brockaflower, Bulletproof-Dutty Ranks live, Cian, Dastardly Bounder, DJ Shadow, DoubleDipp, Dr Alex Paterson, Drab Doo Riffs, Dylan C, Ebony Bones, Funkhunters, Funkommunity, Guy Johnson, Holiwater, Hudge, International Observer, Jamie Newman, Jet More, Jonti, King Kapisi, Kingdom, Kutmah, KXVGXN, Lady Rox, Latinaotearoa, Logan Baker, Mikki Dee, Mikki Dee, Mr Big Stuff, Mucho Aroha, Murray Cammick, Niko ne Zna, Om Unit, Paddy Free, R.I.A, Ragga Twins, Regrooved Sound System, Sam E, Shortee Blitz, Soane, Street Chant, Strom Brothers, Tama Waipara, Taste Nasa, The Bamboos, The Cosbys, The Cuban Brothers, The Nukes, The Orb, The Pyramid Scheme, Thomas Fehlmann, Ty, Weird Together

2015[edit]

2016[edit]

Andy JV, Aroha + Tali, Barry Ashworth, Bobby Brazuka, BONAPARTE, Chiccoreli/Tali, Clazzmo, The Correspondents, Dastardly Bounder, DJ Tamenpi, Don Johnson, Dr Cat, Dr Cat, Dub Pistols, Dubhead, Dylan C, Eastern Bloc, Elementary, Eno + Dirty, Funkhunters, Greg Churchill, Hiatus Kaiyote, High Hoops, Jafa Mafia Sound System, James Chesterman, Jordan Rakei, Katchafire, Kengo, Kinetic, King Kapisi, Klangkarussell, Lady Flic, Lady Flic, Leftfield, Little Simz, My Baby, Nightmares on Wax, Out of Sorts, Pippin, Race Banyon, Ragga Twins, Randomplay, The Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band, Russell Brown, Sarah Love, Sarah Love, Supervillains, T Rice, TAKAS, The Cuban Brothers, The Professor, Tipene, Tkay Maidza, Tommy Flowers, Troy Samuela, Waxahatchee, Weird Together

2017[edit]

Skye & Ross, Lady Leshurr, Dub Pistols, Blackalicious, Sampa the Great, Pitch Black, Weird Together, Ragga Twins, Egyptian Lover, Tall Black Guy, Nickodemus, John Morales, Dastardly Bounder, Amandamania, Guy Johnson, Hollie Smith.[5]

2018[edit]

Omar, Barry Ashworth, John Morales, The Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band, Racing, Kody Neilson, Kuki Koori, New Telepathics, Raiza Biza, Hopetoun Brown, The Nukes, AceTones, Centuries, Clicks, Dual, Eastern Bloc, K2K, Eddie Mac (Australia), Imagine This, Cave Circles (Riki Gooch), Logg Cabin, Dubhead, Regrooved Sound System, Ribera, Takas, Dastardly Bounder, Cian, Mr Big Stuff, Pippin, Guy Johnson, Oaariki, Jamie Newman, FJ, Hudge, Lauren Fong, Ethan James, and DJ Balkanetic, Dizzee Rascal, Chronixx, Black Milk, Too Many Zooz, KAOS, My Baby, Bonaparte, Marcelinho da Lua, Courtesy, Mama Snake, RIA Hall, The Nudge, Manuel Bundy, Greg Churchill, Lady Flic, Aroha and Tali.

2019[edit]

Aw b, Andy JV, Aroha, Benny Salvador, Chiccoreli (feat. J Dubs), Children of Zeus, Christopher Tubbs, Coolhandluke, Corysco, Courtesy, David Rodigan, DJ Marky, Dub Pistols, Dylan C, Fleetmac Wood, Haiku Hands, Hollie Smith, Huia, Ijebu Pleasure Club, Imagine This, Jess B, K2K, Lady Flic, LatinAotearoa, Linda T, Mac Mylo feat. Pharoah Swami, Mr Big Stuff, Orbital (Live), ORIKoL, Peach Milk, Pippin, Princess Chelsea, Rudimental, Sam Perry, Takas, TALI (Live), The Beths, The Correspondents, The Dastardly Bounder, The Illustrious Blacks, The Jungle Brothers, Unchained XL


Read more: http://www.undertheradar.co.nz/news/13448/More-Artists-Announced-For-Splore-Festival-2018.utr#ixzz5930iBeR3

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Splore 2004 Announced". Muzic.net.nz. Retrieved 18 January 2017.
  2. ^ "Getting Here — Splore Festival". Splore.net. Retrieved 18 January 2017.
  3. ^ "Review: Auckland's Splore Festival". Stuff.co.nz. 23 February 2015. Retrieved 18 January 2017.
  4. ^ "Splore Now An Annual Event". Eventfinda.co.nz. Retrieved 18 January 2017.
  5. ^ "Line up — Splore Festival". Splore.net. 12 November 2016. Retrieved 18 January 2017.