Jim Beam Homegrown

. Wellington Waterfront , Wellington [Ages 16+]

18+ Years
General Admission
NZ$ 164.90 (excl. Fees)
Super Earlybird
Sold Out
Sold Out
Under 18
General Admission
NZ$ 164.90 (excl. Fees)

Jim Beam Homegrown is Kiwi Music’s Biggest Party and New Zealand’s national day of coming together and celebrating who we are through our music.

Jim Beam Homegrown brings together thousands of New Zealand music fans and over 40 of Aotearoa’s best bands and DJs, celebrating all music genres from; Reggae, Roots and Hip Hop to Rock, Pop, Electronic, and Drum & Bass across 5 massive stages. With carnival rides, heaps of delicious food options, interactive experiences, Jim Beam Homegrown is the perfect way to send this summer festival season off with a bang!

Jim Beam Homegrown is unique in that you can come and go from the festival at any time with our free flow stages dotted across the beautiful Wellington Waterfront, allowing you to enjoy everything the capital has to offer. At Jim Beam Homegrown everyone is treated with respect and Aroha; nothing is a problem, and every effort is made to ensure your day is as enjoyable as possible.

Every year demand for tickets increases with new record sell out numbers. Early Bird tickets to Jim Beam Homegrown 2022 sold out in a matter of minutes this year. Make sure you get in early and secure your tickets today! 

The New Zealand Government has indicated that it will be mandatory to have a Vaccine Certificate to attend large scale events. Please be aware of this before you buy tickets. 

You will need to provide a COVID Vaccine Certificate to attend Jim Beam Homegrown 2022. 

Please also note there could be other mandated requirements over the coming months so please keep an eye out on our website, Facebook and Instagram pages for updates. More information can also be found at https://covid19.govt.nz/


Homegrown FAQ's

When is Jim Beam Homegrown?

Jim Beam Homegrown is on Saturday March 19th, 2022. The festival is located on the Wellington Waterfront. You can swap your tickets for a wristband from 11:00am. The Ticketing tent will close at 9:00pm.

  • You will need to swap your ticket for a wristband, this will get you in and out of the different stages during the day. Wristbands will be available from the ticketing tent on Odlins Plaza (between Te Papa and the Macs Brew Bar - off Taranaki Street).

  • Gates will open at 1pm - Jim Beam Homegrown runs from 1:00 pm – 11: 00 pm.

When are tickets on sale?

Our famous Early Bird sale saw thousands of tickets snapped up within minutes, your next opportunity to buy tickets will be in October, 2021.Keep an eye out on our Instagram and Facebook page for updates!

  • VIP tickets are not available to Buy. You can only win access to Jim Beam Homegrown VIP areas.

Payment plan and ticket security info!

Payment plans are available at the checkout when you purchase your tickets, allowing you to pay your ticket off in 8 easy instalments!

The TicketFairy are the exclusive authorized ticketing agent for Jim Beam Homegrown 2022. Be cautious purchasing tickets from any third-party platforms and social media, as duplicate or invalid tickets will result in us refusing you entry to the festival, without a refund.

If you do not purchase a ticket directly from The TicketFairy, we cannot guarantee that your ticket is genuine. Never purchase from ticket resellers such as Viagogo, Trade Me or Facebook Marketplace. These retailers are known sources of fraudulent tickets and we cannot guarantee whether tickets purchased from these platforms are genuine.

If you need help with your The Ticketfairy account – please email: [email protected]

Do names on tickets need to match ID?

Yes, your tickets do need to match your ID. The Ticketfairy will be able to assist if you need some help with your tickets.

  • If you have just miss-spelt your name (i:e Jim instead James) you can email [email protected] If you want to transfer your ticket or re-sell your ticket, click here

Photo Identification is the only accepted form of ID for 18+ wristbands. Here are the accepted forms of photo Identification:

  1. NZ Drivers licence (current)

  2. Passport (current)

  3. Kiwi Access card  

How do I re-sell my ticket?

Reselling your ticket is easy through The TicketFairy click here for more information.

It is important to re-sell and buy tickets through The TicketFairy as the ticket gets re-issued in the new owner’s name to prevent scamming and fraud.

  • If you want to sell your ticket to your friend, this will still need to be done via The Ticketfairy’s ticket re-sale portal, so all information can be updated. 

Do I need an ‘Under 18’ Ticket?
  • If you are under 16 years old you can attend on an Under 18 ticket but you must attend and stay with a legal parent or guardian for the entire day. Your parent or guardian will need to purchase an 18+ ticket. Children under 5 years old are free but please keep in mind that this is a music festival environment.

  • Please note, you will be required to enter a few extra details at the checkout when buying your ticket. You will be required to supply a contact for your legal parent or guardian and agree to some specific terms around personal responsibility. 

Can I have my tickets on my phone?

Yes, you can have your tickets on your phone. Please make sure the screen brightness is turned up for scanning! 

Save the trees people. 

When is the line-up released?

The first line-up announcement will be in October and final additions will be announced in November. 

Can I smoke on the Waterfront?

Technically, Waitangi Park and the waterfront is smoke free. Please dispose of your butts thoughtfully.

Where is Lost Property?

Lost Property can be handed into and picked up from the Information tent on the promenade. Lost property can be collected from the information tent. All lost property will be handed over to Wellington Central Police station after the event.

What happens if the event is postponed because of COVID or the Weather?

If the event cannot run due to weather events which means the event cannot be run safely, it will be postponed to the following day, Sunday March 20th. If the event looks like it will not be able to run due to COVID-19, the event will be postponed to within 12 months.

  • All postponement announcements will be made via the Homegrown festival App, announced on our Facebook and Instagram pages and on our website by 9:00am on the morning of the event (Saturday, 19th March 2022) 


Intoxicated People – Intoxicated people from Drugs or Alcohol will be refused entry to the event. If you are over 18, you can purchase alcohol at one of our Bars. Please drink responsibly and go the distance.

Fake Wrist Bands - Anyone found with a fake or copied wrist band will be handed over to the police. Homegrown will treat all offences as fraud and may prosecute accordingly.

Fence Jumping- Anyone caught trying to bypass our security fencing and access the event without a legitimate wristband will be intercepted and handed over to the police. These offences may be treated as trespassing, or a serious security threat and you may be prosecuted accordingly

Sexual Harassment or Discrimination - In order to create a safe and inclusive festival culture we will not tolerate any form of sexual harassment be it verbal or physical, nor any discriminatory act including homophobia, racism, transphobia, ableism, xenophobia, or sexism. Anyone found to be in violation of this is subject to immediate removal from the festival site. The offender’s Festival Wristband may be revoked, and no refund will be issued.

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