La De Da Announces Set Times For NYE
With New Year's Eve swiftly approaching La De Da Festival organisers have announced the set times for both Lullaby Lane Campground on December 30th and La De Da New Years Eve Festival on December 31st.
La De Da is Aotearoa's newest music festival which sold out in record time just weeks after going on sale. Party‐goers from all over New Zealand lucky enough to score a ticket will make the pilgrimage to Martinborough, just one hour's drive from central Wellington, for a New Year's experience like no other.
From midday on New Year's Eve La De Da ticket holders will experience a stellar line up of some of New Zealand's finest musical talent across two stages.Roots/dub/rock band Kora has been chosen as the band to ring in 2011 with their high-energy live set.
"After seeing Kora's energetic live performance firsthand, I knew they were the act I had to have to count us down to the start of a new decade" says Festival co-director Josh Mossman. "They have the crowd in the palms of their hands, and bring them to fever pitch with their stage presence and musical performance. They are one of many, but Kora will be the one to watch this year at La De Da."
Performances times are as follows:
Lullaby Lane Stage - Lullaby Lane Campground, December 30th
Main Stage - La De Da, December 31st
*Nick D and Clark Gayford will also be playing DJ sets between artist performances.
Village Stage - La De Da, December 31st
4:00pm - Cause N Effect
4:45pm - Redbird Junior
5:30pm - Clarke Gayford
6:15pm - Nick D
7:00pm - Dan Aux
7:45pm - Dirty Needlez
8:30pm - Trei
9:15pm - Crushington
10:00pm - Minuit
11:30pm - Kanuka
12:30am - Mt Eden Dubstep
Transport to and from La De Da and Lullaby Lane has also been made a whole lot easier with chartered buses to and from the event running from Wellington, Lower Hutt, Lake Ferry, Palmerston North & Masterton. Tickets for buses are available from
Affordable and secure car parking is also available next to the site but is available on a first in first served basis so organisers suggest getting in quick.