A stellar crew of local and international talent is set to take Mystery Creek by storm during Parachute.
Parachute will feature local talent with Kiwi icon Dave Dobbyn at the festival from January 24-26.
Pop icon Ruby Frost will again take the stage off the back of a successful year.
The local line-up includes Moorhouse, Gap 5, and Maaka Fiso, while dance pop and R&B influenced boy-band Titanium is set to be a crowd pleaser after a year of crushing music chart history as the first local band to have three songs simultaneously in the New Zealand singles chart.
Other local acts include Brooke Duff, Late 80's Mercedes, Massad, Saving Grace and Ma V Elle,
A raft of massive international acts will perform, with American metalcore band The Devil Wears Prada touring off the back of its new album 8:18, set for release this month.
Festivalgoers can look forward to indie rockers Paper Route, Grammy nominated collective Gungor and punk rockers MxPx. All make the trip from the US.
Canadian pop/soul band Newworldson hit our shores again to treat fans to their unique style.
Other international acts include Halfnoise, For All Eternity, and MC Jin.
Parachute Music chief executive Mark de Jong says it is New Zealand's longest running music festival.
We want to make sure our loyal fans are treated to music they love, as well as featuring the best up-and-coming Kiwi talent that we can lay our hands on, said de Jong.
Tickets are on sale through iTicket. Go to www.parachutemusic.com