All you need to know
Coro Summer Fest – January 12 2019
The Coro Summer Fest is a celebration of summer goodness: A small boutique festival with amazing live music, put together with love and passion.
Set amongst lush native bush on private land north of Coromandel Town. With a range of eclectic, interesting and beautiful music styles. BYO picnic, games, epic night-time badminton battles, and delicious food.
Enjoy an afternoon of good tunes, play some games, sit back with a picnic and then dance into the night.
Strictly Limited to only 400 tickets!
* Aged 12-18 on the date of the event. must show ID
Children under 12 are freeeee!
Coro Summer Fest is a family friendly event. For most of the day the vibe is pretty chill, there are games to play, a creek to play in, you can bring your own picnic and find a sweet spot to sit and listen to music.
The music will get more ruckus and lively as the evening goes. From about 9pm we cant guarantee that it is entirely child friendly – it is a party after all – but if you are O.K with your kids being there, then we are too. Some people like to put their kids to sleep under a blanket off the side of the dancefloor, which is always pretty cute.
Yes, you can camp. Sites are limited and pre-booking is essential. We try and fit everyone in, and you can help us by having a small tent, or sharing with your mates. Please don’t bring a massive family tent for only two of you! that’s just ridiculous. 🙂
– Camping is $10 per site. This will help to cover maintenance of the site and for toilets. Bring all of your own supplies. Please respect that this is a private property, with other residents around. So it’s not an all-night party
– Leave by 12 noon the following day.
– To book a campsite, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Other accomodation options
If you don’t fancy camping, there are plenty of other options close by:
Hush Boutique Accomodation
Driving Creek Villas
Book a Bach
23 Colville Road – Coromandel Town.
Beautiful private venue nestled amongst the native bush at the northern end of Coromandel Town.
How to get there:
> 3 kms north of Coro Town, just past the one lane bridge, you’ll see the flags and signs.
While the site is tucked away and surrounded by trees, it is still in a residential part of Coromandel, so please respect our neighbours. This is a lovely and usually very quiet neighbourhood. 🙂
Food and Water
There will be some delicious food available to purchase on the day of the event, we also invite you to bring your own picnic. We will not have food available on Sunday morning however, so if you are camping you’ll need to bring your own breakfast supplies.
The site has a number of water taps, and all of this is safe to drink.
There is a great vegetarian cafe just up the road too, so you can get a good breakfast in the morning.
Rubbish and Recycling
We’ll have bins for recycling, but would prefer if you brought reuseable containers and cups. We will happily take your foodscaps left over from your picnic for our compost bin. Any other rubbish, you can take that home with you 😉
We do have neighbours, so we don’t want to go on all night.
Gates open at 2:30pm. Music will begin at 3pm, and will run until 12:30am.
If you are camping, you can arrive to set up at midday.
After the event is finished, we wish for the camp site to be quiet by 1:30am. This is so everyone has a good sleep end enjoys the experience!
Parking is somewhat limited, so if you can carpool, that’ll be choice (it’ll also save fuel – yay!)
If you’re a Coro Town local, please consider walking, or parking down the road at a mates place.
More info on parking will be posted as we get closer to the event.