Outfield Music, Food & Arts Festival is back for 2022!
After a sold-out festival in 2021, Outfield Music, Food & Arts Festival returns on Saturday 12th February, 2022.
Now in its third year, Outfield Music Food & Arts Festival is evolving and growing into a unique experience to ignite the senses.
Headlined by Young Franco, the Brisbane producer hot on the tongues of the global electronic music scene, alongside the legendary Dunedin rock band The Chills, the dynamic hip-hop stylings of JessB and Weird Together, a group focused on sourcing the best from the world to bring their global focused sound to stage. Outfield Music Food & Arts Festival will showcase a mixture of thirty-six well known and emerging musical talents from around Aotearoa & Australia including local Hawke’s Bay favourites.
Cradled by the rolling hills and meadows, on the vine laden coast of Te Awanga, where the sun meets the surf. Outfield Festival is sure to be a hit for all ages. Be a part of the celebration of our music, food, arts, and community, delivered with a sunny Hawke's Bay spirit.
Join us with your friends and family and secure your ticket to Outfield Music, Food & Arts Festival 2022 today.
Tickets and more info, please visit the Outfield Music, Food & Arts Festival.
Saturday 12 February, 1:00pm to 1:00am
Restrictions: All Ages Licensed
Earlybird Adult (18+) $99.00
Youth (13-17 years. MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY A PARENT OR LEGAL GUARDIAN) $69.00
Kids (12 & under. MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY A PARENT OR LEGAL GUARDIAN) $0.00
Outfield Music, Food & Arts Festival Site, Hastings, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne
34 Gordon Road, Hastings, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne
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