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Life FM's Big Summer

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We have a great summer line up for you!



Samstock 2 - 4 December

Samstock began as an event run to fundraise for a mission trip, and in the 11 years since then it has grown up into a festival through which God has inspired young people throughout the south to create, to serve, and to partake in God’s mission to the world. Samstock is a music festival, a youth festival, a temporarily gathered community of people, and a snapshot of the Church.

Primal Getaway

Are you after the time of your life this New Year's? Then Primal Getaway is the place you need to be. Join us as we invade 2012 at the ultimate summer camp. You'll leave with mean as stories, epic photos and a sweet summer tan. Featuring AVALANCHE CITY. We'll be chillin' at the stunning Cooks Beach, one of the Coromandel's hidden gems. And now into our eighth year, this will be the biggest and best Primal Getaway yet!

Life FM's Summer Tour!

Celebrate Summer and the lead up to Parachute by joining us at our very own official summer tour concerts. Featuring YOUNG LYRE, THE JURY & THE SAINTS, STRAHAN, BLACK BOY PEACHES & many more!!! Life FM's Summer Tour is hitting Northland, Auckland & the mighty Waikato.

Parachute Music Festival 27 - 30 January 2012

Since it first began in 1991, Parachute Festival has become an icon of the Kiwi summer: now drawing crowds of 25,000, hosting a giant tent city, and attracting the attention of major New Zealand media. Each January it takes over Mystery Creek Events Centre (Hamilton) with over 150 local and international acts performing across six stages. And there’s everything from hardcore to hip hop, to electronica… to alt-country.

Come & Live Tour 2012

THE EMBER DAYS are back with the sequel to last years massive Come & Live tour, they'll be bringing a few international friends and playing shows in Auckland, Waikato & Tauranga in early February.

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