The organisers of Auckland City Limits Music Festival – C3 Presents, Live Nation and CRS Presents – have announced that the next edition of the popular festival will now take place in March, 2018.
On behalf of the presenters, Campbell Smith of CRS Presents said:
“Our intent as always is to stage a world class music festival in Auckland. The inaugural Auckland City Limits delivered on that promise this year with Kendrick Lamar, The National and more than 40 other artists. It was a brilliant event that we are proud of and want to expand on in the future.
We remain committed to bringing the best Auckland City Limits experience possible to New Zealand. We will return in March 2018 with an equally strong artist line up and an intensified focus on providing festival-goers with an unforgettable day.”
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