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23 Feb 2019
Firmly cementing its place as New Zealand’s most talked about boutique music festival, Coastella returns to the stunning Kāpiti Coast with an eclectic trans-Tasman line up.
The 2019 programme will showcase a diverse range of acts, from jungle-rock-blues and slow-burning soul to psych-rock jams and up-and-coming indie pop.
Celebrating the music you know and love as well as your new favourite band and presenting the best of New Zealand craft beer, food and wine to keep you going ‘til the sun goes down. This year the festival doesn't end as per usual. Being followed up with a not to be missed after party and 'Coasted' on Sunday, a sun-soaked, stripped-back dance party to help shake of the post-Coastella blues!
Celebrating 20 years as one of New Zealand’s most influential bands, Trinity Roots will take to the stage with a hypnotic live show like no other. C.W. Stoneking (Aus) will bring his charming jungle-rock-blues to the coast to delight festival goers young and old, along with The Beths who will join the line-up straight back from a huge UK/European tour.
Hailing from the creative laneways of Melbourne, Mama Kin Spender (Aus) will be making their Wellington debut at Coastella. This genre-bending soulful duo will present a special collaboration with Wellington ‘young prof’ choir Supertonic. Also from across the ditch are Bullhorn (Aus), an epic 10-piece brass ensemble fronted by the extraordinary rapper Roman MC and backed by one groovy drummer.
Dunedin’s Soaked Oats will be bringing their slinky sludge pop and southern wit to the party, along with Auckland’s alt-pop kings Ha the Unclear. Modern blues-rock band The Miltones have been turning heads and winning hearts at home and abroad, and finally we welcome Kāpiti Coast ‘gothic folktronica’ duo Rosy Tin Teacaddy to complete the Coastella 2019 lineup.
FULL COASTELLA 2019 LINEUP
This year Coastella are extending their genre-bending programme to two days with Coasted on Sunday 24th February, 1pm -6pm. (Tickets on sale now from coastella.co.nz)
Find out more here.