20 Jan 2019
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The last in the trilogy and final (as you know it) Camp A Low Hum is happening over the 2009 Waitangi Weekend in Wellington, New Zealand.

It has been a crazy 3 years with the little Wellington festival receiving Worldwide attention, regularly referred to as 'The Best Music Festival in the World' by press and participants, both from NZ and overseas.

Camp 09 is going to be in an old-school campground set in a massive 240 hectares of native bush. So large you can even go kiwi-spotting at night.

With 50 damn-fine bands booked and numerous renegade shows, you can expect to discover all your favourite new acts at an event that puts you first. Everybody is equal at Camp, there are no green rooms, backstage areas, press pits or AAA passes. Bands only come because they want to party alongside everybody else.

If you can't imagine a better way to finish summer than hanging out for 3 days in a beautiful and unique location with like-minded people, amazing food, BYO, games, activities, surprises, parties and watching a ton of incredible performances, well, join the club.

As usual, there will be no bands announced until you arrive at Camp. There will be more details about Camp 09 announced gradually on the Camp A Low Hum website over the coming weeks and months, so make sure you check back often.

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