After debuting to great success this year as the warm-up party to the famed reggae festival One Love in Tauranga, GOOD VIBES is hitting the road this winter.
Presented by Mai FM and Pato Entertainment, the GOOD VIBES Winter Tour will feature some of Aotearoa’s most-loved acts, including Katchafire, L.A.B, Tomorrow People and 1814 alongside international acts Josh Wawa, LaTasha Lee, and local rising star, Lion Rezz. Youth sensation, General Fiyah and international reggae stars, Paua, will perform at Napier as special guests. See below for more detail on each act.
Earlybird (discount) tickets go on sale, Wednesday, April 24 at 7.00pm from www.goodvibesfestival.co.nz
The A-list line-up will be taking GOOD VIBES to Pettigrew Arena in Napier on July 13; Gisborne Showgrounds on July 26; Baypark Arena in Tauranga on July 27; Logan Campbell in Auckland on August 2; Te Rauparaha Arena in Porirua on August 3; The Factory in Hamilton on August 9 and the South Waikato Events Centre in Tokoroa on August 10.
This is a guaranteed good time and vibe for a warm-up party over Winter.
Please note, Josh Wawa and LaTasha Lee won’t appear at the Napier concert. General Fiyah and Paua will appear at Napier only.
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