A Guide to St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival Auckland

A Guide to St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival Auckland
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St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival originated as a series of small music shows throughout Melbourne, and has since grown to one of Australia’s best music festivals. The show had very humble beginnings: renting out an old meatball shop, cramming people into tiny spaces, and unknowingly booking some of the biggest breakout bands to hit the music scene.

Within a year, St. Jerome’s had emerged as a real festival, bringing the likes of The Avalanches, Claire Bowditch, and Lily Allen to the stage. Festival organizers have always been privy to up-and-coming artists, and make a point to always bring the newest acts and freshest music.

From its beginnings in 2005 to now, St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival continues to give crowds exactly what they want: good music and a better time.

 

St. Jerome’s Laneway Auckland Dates, Lineup & Tickets

A Guide to St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival Auckland
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St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival Auckland will take place on Monday, January 29th.

The lineup consists of Aldous Harding, Amy Shark, Billie Eilish, Bonobo, Mac Demarco, and so many others. Check the full festival lineup.

Tickets are available for $172/person. St. Jerome’s Laneway is an 18+ event. Get your tickets for the festival.

 

Laneway Festival Venue

A Guide to St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival Auckland
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St. Jerome’s Laneway Auckland has a new home this year. The festival will be held in Albert Park Precinct, a luscious, green space with plenty of shade and places to rest. St. Jerome’s will be bringing the best in music, street food, and bars to the park to provide the best experience to date.

 

How to Prepare

A Guide to St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival Auckland
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Be prepared to party rain or shine—the festival stops for nothing.

Wear closed-toed shoes to protect your feet from mud, rocks, and the occasional predatory heel.

Carry the following essentials in your bag: poncho, handkerchief, and extra phone charger.

Remember that everything is paid in cash, so stock up before you arrive.

Finally, get a good night’s rest because you’ll need it for the 12+ hour day.

 

Where To Stay

A Guide to St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival Auckland
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The festival doesn’t provide onsite accommodations and thousands will be booking hotels for this event, so make sure that you secure your lodging well before the festival date. AllTheRooms has a pretty sweet selection of places to stay for St. Jerome’s; these are our favorites.

Aparthotel – This 1-bedroom aparthotel is the perfect place to crash if you’ll need some quality rest before or after the festival. You get all the amenities of 4-star hotel and the comfort of privacy. Plus, you’ll be a short distance from the park. Book this place for $195/night.

Hotel – Auckland Harbour Oaks is a 4.5-star hotel with a gym, pool, balcony views, and well-designed rooms. The rooftop pool alone is reason enough to stay here. Be within walking distance to the venue and experience pure luxury. Stay at this hotel for $120/night.

Hostel – If you’re really on a budget, Surf ‘N’ Snow Backpackers hostel offers low cost lodging right next to the festival venue. The hostel offers the basic amenities. We can’t guarantee luxury, but we can ensure you that you won’t be breaking the bank to stay here. Book the hostel for $15/night.

 

AllTheRooms has all the accommodation options for St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival in the city Auckland and the state of Auckland.

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