There are a number of key elements that truly solidify the summer experience. Freshly mowed grass, an ice-cold G&T in the sun, scolding your feet on a West Coast beach, and dancing the night away with your chosen party pals at an epic summer festival is the epitome of a Kiwi summer done right. With only a few weeks to go before daylight savings sets in and the long summer days provide us with the opportunity to make the most of our ooo, we have the perfect festival to help kick start your summer - Introducing Our:House Festival 2023!
This multi-genre festival with two outdoor stages hosted at Mount Smart Stadium is hosting some of the best international musical acts including headliner MEDUZA. Having led the charge in returning house music to daytime radio across the globe with great success. Their signature sounds captivates the audience, from clubs to the main stages and homes of their millions of fans. With hit tracks such as, ‘Piece of Your Heart’, ‘Lose Control’, ‘Bad Memories’, ‘Paradise’ and their latest single ‘Phone.'
Hailing from Southampton, UK, BISCITS has had a seminal impact on the global Tech House scene over the last few years. Biscuits is well known for his songs, ‘Sundown’, ‘About you’ ,and his remix of both ‘Heal me’ and ‘Red Light Green Light’. Biscuits has made an impact in the industry performing at events such as EDC Vegas & Orlando and Tomorrowland.
DJ Q is renowned as a light in the UK Garage scene, having an energetic music style and a six-year tenure on BBC Radio 1xra. While his 2017 hit ‘U Wot’ gained attention, his extensive remixes and albums like ‘Ineffable’ and ‘UKG’ have solidified his reputation. Shining during live performances, notably with the ‘All Night’ show where he skillfully blends house, garage, bassline, and jungle genres, reflecting his technical mastery.
Drum and bass duo Document One are known for their distinct and eclectic style. They’ve gained international recognition by releasing music on esteemed labels and touring across five continents. Their immersion in the drum & bass scene influenced their unique sound, culminating in their signature “Document One Energy,” propelling them to new heights in the genre.
London-based producer Gray has rapidly ascended in the world of Drum & Bass, transitioning from underground raves to headlining major events like Boomtown, Warehouse Project, and Printwork. His debut solo EP ‘Rubadub’ propelled him to new heights, with tracks like ‘One Spliff’ and ‘Rubadub.’
Kah-Lo is best known for her song ‘Rinse and Repeat’ with British DJ, Riton and songs like ‘Fake ID’, ‘Ginger’ and ‘People ain’t dancing’ It's been a non-stop ride since she first got started, this Nigerian born and Brooklyn based singer-songwriter is going to the top.
Slovakian newcomer MONSS has made a significant impact in a short time, gaining attention for his dance-floor-focused energetic jump up hybrids. Best known for his songs such as, ‘Flute’ and ‘Love me’. Welcoming him back to New Zealand, MONSS has demonstrated his ability to deliver what Aotearoa audiences desire.
With local support from Kenzo B2B Sammy W, Pons, Repair and Tim Phin - this is one festie you do not want to miss out on. Get in quick as this show is set to be a sell-out. Purchase your ticket here.