La De Da

La De Da is Aotearoa’s newest music festival, and was the only place to be this New Year’s Eve. Party-goers from all over New Zealand made the pilgrimage to Martinborough, just one hour’s drive from central Wellington, for a New Year’s experience like no other on 31 December, 2010.

Set amongst Alana Estate’s beautiful vineyards, La De Da boasted a massive lineup of the country’s finest bands, artists, and DJs, and promised to be one party not to be missed!

La De Da festival goers saw in the New Year with a Kiwi lineup second to none, with the huge live presence of roots / dub /rock act Kora; the chilled out reggae vibe of Katchafire; the rich and soulful tones of songstress Hollie Smith; NZ’s most loved roots / dub act Salmonella Dub; hot new roots / dub / drum & bass act SIX60; the country’s premiere electronic act Minuit; the big sounds of drum & bass act The Upbeats (live); drum & bass / dubstep production powerhouse Mt Eden Dubstep; Northland reggae act 1814; blues, rock, country and roots champions The Thomas Oliver Band; and renowned DJs Nick D and Clarke Gayford.