One Love Festival 2018 is already off to a flying start

One Love Festival 2018 is already off to a flying start

One of New Zealand’s most vibrant and popular summer festivals, ONE LOVE, is returning in 2018 and already 15,000 people have pre-registered for tickets.

Proudly presented by Pato Entertainment and Flava, ONE LOVE has drawn around 60,000 people over the past three years to the Bay of Plenty – with the last two years selling out. Next year will see the roots, rock, reggae extravaganza move from its normal Waitangi weekend date to the Auckland Anniversary weekend January 27 and 28.

The 2018 festival again promises two days of good vibes and the best in international and national musical acts at one of the greatest summer destinations in the country – Tauranga.

The festival has brought some of the biggest names in music to New Zealand – From Steel Pulse, Third World, FIJI, Tarrus Riley, Black Slate, Kolohe Kai, Big Mountain, Collie Buddz and many more. It’s also hosted many of Aotearoa’s best acts, including Six60, Aaradhna, Katchafire, Kora, Sammy J, Three Houses Down and Tomorrow People.

The festival returns to the Tauranga domain, with camping and glamping again available. The first line-up will be announced on Thursday, June 1. Tune into Flava on that date for all the details.

Early bird tickets are on sale from June 8, at 7pm. There will be a 24-hour special for those who get in early receiving a discounted ticket and a free limited edition One Love Festival t-shirt.

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