Coastella Returns – sunshine awaits

When:Sat 25 Feb 2017, 1:00pm11:00pm

Where:Southward Car Museum, Otaihanga Rd, Otaihanga, Paraparaumu, Kāpiti Coast

Restrictions:All Ages

Ticket Information:

Family Ticket Presale: $160.00

Christmas Offer: $99.00

Adult: $65.00

Family – Early Bird: $150.00

School Students – 13 – 17 years: $30.00

Kids – 5 – 12 years: $20.00

Return Bus from Wellington (Returns at 9:10PM): $25.00

Return Bus from Wellington (Returns at 11:10PM post After Party): $25.00

Return Bus from Paekākāariki or Paraparaumu (Returns 9:10pm): $15.00

Return Bus from Paekākāariki or Paraparaumu (returns 11:10PM Post Afterparty): $15.00

Adult Door Sales: $80.00

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Coastella Music Festival Returns to the Kāpiti Coast: a Summary Discovery Featuring the Music of Ireland

Coastella Music Festival will return to the Kāpiti Coast on 25th February 2017, after the success of it’s “near-perfect” inaugural year. This big summer concert will take Wellington by storm, featuring toe-tapping music from Ireland and promising festival-goers an unmissable day out at this great event.

The one-day summer festival will showcase established and emerging local and international artists with an eclectic range of music covering indie rock, Americana, folk, Irish, pop, New Orleans swing, hip hop, singer-songwriters, dreamy pop and electro. performances The line-up includes international acts such as world music band ALDOC, multi-platinum selling pop-rock singer Mundy (Romeo & Juliet soundtrack) and the edgy traditional Irish arrangements of the Seamus Begley Trio.

As well as these international acts, the line-up includes the internationally acclaimed local indie rock band The Phoenix Foundation (Hunt for the Wilderpeople soundtrack), six-piece string band The Eastern, and blues singer Warren Maxwell who will be joining Coastella direct from performing in Antarctica. Over 20 acts on 5 stages located once again within the spectacular grounds and natural amphitheatre of the Southward Car Museum, just north of Paraparaumu. If you’re in Kāpiti or otherwise the general Wellington area looking for a big concert, Coastella is your first priority.

Festival Director Gerry Paul says, We’re so excited to see the way people react to the lineup and activities we have for next year. We have some New Zealand favourites on the bill, as well as loads of new bands who will add to the discovery element of the festival, really something for everyone, including the kids!

After the success of last year’s Festival, organisers expect Coastella to attract an even larger crowd in 2017, with the new date of sunny February giving even more reason to get amongst this summer event.

Coastella 2017 line-up includes:

The Phoenix Foundation

Mundy (Ireland)

Warren Maxwell

The Eastern

ALDOC (Ireland)


Eb & Sparrow

French for Rabbits

Raw Collective

Wellington City Shake-‘Em-On-Downers

Jesse Sheehan

Seamus Begley Trio (Ireland)

Eva Prowse

Lisa Tomlins and the Presidents of Funk


The Nukes

Craig Smith (Wonkey Donkey)

The full line-up will be announced in November.

Early Bird tickets go on sale 27 October from Eventfinda. Tickets are limited so pre-booking is recommended.

Coastella Festival is presented in partnership with Eventfinda and shows at Southward Car Museum, on Saturday 25 February 2017. Doors open at 1 pm and performances run from 2 pm – 11 pm. Shows after 9 pm will be held in the venue and are R18.




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