Outfields 2021 unveils Auckland’s biggest music lineup of the summer

Outerfields2021 opens its gates for a 12 hour long dose of Aotearoa sounds and good times on Saturday 6 March 2021 at the central city Outer Fields at Western Springs.

The event proudly boasts an incredible live music lineup headlined by BENEE and Fat Freddy’s Drop along with premium food, bars and art. The day promises to cater to music fans of all stripes, mixing many of this country’s most acclaimed musical exports alongside the freshest names on the scene.

Like BENEE and Fat Freddy’s Drop; Aldous Harding, The Beths, Ladyhawke and Montell2099 have all had substantial international plans curtailed in 2020. Church & AP, Paige and Harper Finn have taken the chance to shine in the past few months and will be ready to fly when the borders open again.

The Outer Fields at Western Springs launched as a premier outdoor venue for the last Big Day Out and Auckland City Limits. Few who were there will forget sets by Snoop Dogg, Major Lazer and of course Grace Jones. The wide open green fields and treelined slopes have also hosted Mumford & Sons, Billy Idol and more in recent times.

Outerfields2021 runs for a full day, with more than 12 hours of music from gates at 10.30am till 11pm. The event is GA, all ages, and fully licensed with abundant food trucks and Auckland cuisine on offer amongst local artist installations, complementing the local sounds in the suburb.

All this goodness for an Early Bird ticket price of just $99.


Limited Early Bird Tickets go on sale at 12pm on Monday 16 November from ticketmaster.co.nz.

Vodafone customers can be the first to secure tickets during the Vodafone pre-sale from 12pm on Monday 9 November til 12pm on Wednesday 11 November. Go to vodafone.co.nz/music Vodafone is an official partner of Outerfields2021.

Outerfields2021 is proud to support the work of MusicHelps, our partner charity. MusicHelps financially supports entities that use the power of music to change the lives of New Zealanders in need, and provides emergency assistance to kiwi music people experiencing extreme hardship and illness. Through its MusicHelpsLive campaign, MusicHelps has helped and continues to help people and businesses in the New Zealand live music community whose livelihoods have been shattered by the Covid-19 pandemic crisis.

PS: Due to Covid-19 protocols, Outerfields2021 has a firm postponement date of 4 December 2021 in the unhappy event that you idiots don’t use the Covid tracer app every time you step out the door and keep your masks on when you’re asked to.

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