Please note, because Parachute 2011 is just days away:All orders are now being sent directly as eTickets. Please ensure you have a valid email address and a printer to use this option.A credit card is now required to pre-purchase Parachute 2011 tickets. Don't have a credit card? No problem - you can buy an NZPost Prezzy card (just like a pre-paid credit card) from any NZ Post shop. Simply load it with enough money to cover your ticket and booking/delivery fee, and you can then purchase online or over the phone. For more details on how a Prezzy card works, click hereWant to come to Parachute 2011 but can't make the whole thing? Don't worry! You can buy Day Passes, which get you in on the day of your choice from 8am until midnight. We're also offering groups an exclusive deal to be part of Sunday at Parachute 2011. Just $40 per person (apply the 'Sunday Group' discount after selecting your quantity of 10 or more tickets) gets you on site from 1:00 pm Sunday at Parachute 2011, so you can experience seminars, the Over 40's Tea Party and local and international artists as well as joining with 25,000 others for a night of indescribable worship at the Mainstage. To check out the full line-up for each day click here
Parachute Festival is the largest Christian music festival in the Southern Hemisphere. Held over Auckland anniversary weekend, the Parachute Festival features the heavyweights of Christian music across six stages. Over 100 local and international bands fill Hamilton's Mystery Creek Events Centre with everything from hardcore to hip hop, electronica to alt-country, and plenty in between, creating a platform for Christian artists and speakers from New Zealand and from all around the world. The drug and alcohol free four-day event offers a wide range of entertainment alongside the rock n' roll - including amusement rides, seminars- encouraging food for thought, water slide, skate park, and shopping.
Parachute Festival is a safe environment for families, and has plenty of space for the whole family to enjoy top-notch Christian artists and speakers. The event is strictly drug and alcohol free, and is policed 24/7. Festival has a reserved Family tenting area with noise restrictions in place from 11pm each night, for those who prefer some quiet. We also provide high quality, safe programmes for kids and pre-teens.
Since its inception in 1991, Parachute Festival has become an icon of the Kiwi summer, drawing crowds of 25,000 and attracting the attention of major NZ media including TV 1 and TV 3 news and sponsors including C4, The Edge radio station, Mai FM and Coke.
Noise at Parachute 2011
Right in the middle of Parachute 2011, Noise is making its appearance for the second year running. With a line-up that's excellent as ever, Noise at Parachute 2011 will bring musos two days of inspiration and training. World class Festival contributors will host a range of music seminars, instrument clinics, and songwriting forums; covering everything from music making to management.
for more information and to get your tickets to these great training sessions.