The second phase of artists for Northern Bass in Mangawhai this Summer have been revealed. Joining the festival are Bad Company UK, Goldie vs dBridge, Krept & Konan, Souls of Mischief, Akil the MC, Bailey Wiley, Che Fu, Chiccoreli + MC Tali, Concord Dawn, Cut Chemist, Died in 69, Eavesdrop, Ekali, Electric Wire Hustle, Haan808, Icicle Live, Maala, Newham Generals, Novelist, Om Unit, Onra, Sacha Vee, Safire, Scribe & P-Money, SpectraSoul, Spikey Tee, SP:MC Team Dynamite, Totems and TwoFace.
They will join the already announced, Chase & Status + MC Rage (DJ Set), Dub FX, Hudson Mohawke, JME, Lunice, Noisia, The Upbeats, Calyx & Teebee, Cern, Dom & Roland, Dylan C, EPROM, IIvy Lab B2B Alix Perez, Krafty Kuts, Montell2099, Pacific Heights, Pitch Black, Spycc & INF, Tokimonsta, Tom Francis, Truth Villette, Yoko-Zuna and Third3ye.
With more still to come!
Now opening 29-31 December, Northern Bass is three days and nights of celebration, music and experience in a uniquely New Zealand summer setting.
Festival director Gareth Popham said “We’ve gathered a well-rounded, diverse line up this year, all with the excellent quality that Northern Bass artists
are known for; from international legends making their first Northern Bass appearance, through to the local heroes.
We look forward to welcoming everyone to Worsfolds’ Farm to enjoy their favourite artists, discover new ones and keep building the positive legacy of Northern Bass.”
The previous two festivals sold out and the 16/17 edition is on track to do the same.
Northern Bass 16 / 17
December 29, 30, 31: Worsfold Farm, Mangawhai
Tickets via iTicket
More acts to be announced - look out for news of our second artist drop over the coming months.
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