Get ready for another incredible round of music and memories with the Jim Beam Homegrown Festival making its return in Wellington, New Zealand. It’s the go to festival where you can take a break from your workaholic work time and shed your stress and strain and just hang out with your besties in this phenomenal experience. Homegrown is a festival that truly lives up to its name in terms of both, homely atmosphere and environment where you will feel like you belong in your own world. The festival brings excitement with it and energy where indie artists are provided a platform to express themselves without corporate backing and the raw talents and visionary artistry they unveil have gone on to impact and inspire many people in the music business.
Kiwis of all backgrounds who have attended the event have come back completely awestruck by the classical diversity the festival has offered. It’s unifying message and fraternal solidarity with many. Artists are literally going to represent the true nature of Homegrown. All its attendees are required to give in to the sounds of music and liberate themselves in the exhilarating vocals and instruments of the amazing event.
Jim Beam Homegrown Festival takes the utmost care in maintaining its security and ensuring the safety of its attendees. The top class methods it has undertaken has proven to be successful considering that not a single incident or breach of security has taken place since. The organizers have made it clear that they are exemplary of your trust and reliability standards.
For the first time, Jim Beam Homegrown is extending the good times in Wellington with the addition of the Jim Beam Homegrown Pre-Party on Friday 22nd March. The pre-party will be headlined by pioneers of Aotearoa’s Dub n Bass, Salmonella Dub feat. Tiki Taane – alongside Katchafire, L.A.B and Soulware. Pre-Party tickets are available from $69.90+BF.
Jim Beam Homegrown takes place in the city of Wellington in New Zealand. Wellington serves as the capital city of the country, located in the Southern end of North Island and was named after the Duke Arthur Wellesley.
The city is known for unexpected changes in its weather so considering that January and February are its warmest months and July being its coldest, the musical festival may turn out either hot or cold depending on your liking.
Wellington can be travelled by both air and road depending on your choice.
Travelling by road also includes walking which is the best way to explore the city. It is highly recommended that you take an authentic tour guide with you more so from Walk Wellington.
You can also opt for the excellent public transport system of Wellington like that of Metlink which can help you reach your destination through its Lorries, buses or even ferries. Same is the case for the Wellington Cable Car.
Cycling is also a popular way to go by road.
By flight, the Wellington International Airport is commonly used by visitors to reach their trip.
Wellington is known to have visitors and tourists all the time so accommodating them with their hotels does not come as a surprise.
The Rydges Wellington is located in Featherston Street where it offers guests twin rooms meeting all your requirements. The Quest Serviced Apartments are known for their homely comforts with their own kitchens.
The 5 star Intercontinental Hotel, Hotel Ibis, Nomads Capital are all some of the finest hotels the city has to offer to make your stay as luxurious and pleasurable as possible.
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Known for its waterfalls the city offers an adventurous journey with rafting and Jet Boating in Lake Taupo. The city is also home to the sport of Bungy jumping and sky diving where you can use the skies to aid you in your heart stopping excitement.
The Kiwis are known for their fresh and delicious food particularly its heavenly seafood like mussels, oysters and whitebait fritters. Its roast lamb is considered its proudest food export.
You can end it up with dessert where the indigenous chocolate fish and Jaffa are considered favorites.
Jim Beam Homegrown is scheduled to take place in 23rd March 2019.
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