Listen In returns to Auckland in 2024

  • Friday 4 October 2024
  • Tickets onsale 6pm Thurs 13 June
  • 21 Savage, Skepta, Lil Tjay, Sub Focus, John Summit & more.

Listen In marks the first visit to New Zealand for 21 Savage, Flo Milli and Jessie Reyez. 

Grammy award-winning Atlanta-based rapper, songwriter and producer 21 Savage will hit New Zealand shores for the first time ever, bringing his platinum awarded works “Savage Mode”, “Issa Album” and “Bank Account”.

British-Nigerian rapper, producer and king of grime Skepta will drop his new album Knife and Fork before the Listen In tour, making us one of the first to catch it IRL. With recent hints of a track with Flo Milli, Listen In could see some very special performances between them. With more than half a billion streams to date, Flo Milli has taken the world by storm in her short ascent with her viral break out mixtape Ho, Why Is You Here?

After selling out arenas around Australia and New Zealand last year Lil Tjay returns, with singles "Brothers", "F.N", and "Calling My Phone" . 

John Summit has established himself as a major figure in the dance music world, recently closing the Sahara stage at Coachella and producing multiple heavily streamed tracks like “Where You Are”, “Shiver” and his latest track with Sub Focus “Go Back” (featuring Julia Church). With debut album Comfort in Chaos landing 12 July, expectations are high for his Listen In performance.

Sub Focus is a renowned DJ/producer, known for pushing the envelope when it comes to electronic music subgenres and is bringing his new album Evolve’s special visuals to New Zealand. Will John Summit make an appearance during his set?

Columbian/Canadian singer songwriter Jessie Reyez will showcase her raw vocal style and unique take on pop, R&B and hip hop. 

New Zealand’s very own drum and bass prodigy Lee Mvtthews will be playing to their devoted Auckland fans, recently dropping their sophomore album Exit. A favourite on the New Zealand festival circuit, audiences can expect a mind-blowing show from the duo. 

Find out more about your 2024 line up here!

VENUE UPDATES
Listen In will return to Auckland the same venue as in 2023, but with a brand new site plan that is easy to get around and on one level, with more space, more bars and no stairs. Plus, 2024 will see a real daytime festival.

TICKETING INFO
Tickets to go on sale Thursday 13 June 2024, 6PM NZT
Tickets will be available online via www.listenin.nz or www.moshtix.co.nz
Tickets also include public transport to and from the venue.

VIP TICKETS 
Upgrade to VIP and take advantage of a quick VIP entry, dedicated VIP area with bar, heaps of toilets, exclusive viewing platform, complimentary concierge and phone charging.

IMPORTANT TICKETING INFORMATION 
Moshtix is the only official online ticketing outlet. We urge you to double check you are purchasing from Moshtix only, and not a third-party ticketing website (such as Tixel, Viagogo, Gumtree, eBay etc). We cannot confirm the legitimacy of any tickets purchased via a third-party ticketing outlet and don’t want to see you be scammed out of your hard-earned money.

Ensure you already have a Moshtix account (and you know your username and password!) and if not, then don’t forget to sign up for an account in the next few days. If you are purchasing for your friends too, make sure you have everyone’s full name and date of birth ready to go. If you need to reissue a ticket for the incorrect spelling or DOB, there is a $12.50 reissue fee, so make sure it’s correct to start with. 

LISTEN IN 
Auckland, New Zealand 
Friday 4 October 2024 
Go Media Stadium, Mt Smart 
Te Ipu Kura A Maki 
5PM - 1AM 

Listen In is a licenced 18+ event

FAQ's

The Go Media Stadium Mt Smart precinct. Located in Penrose, Auckland. You can find directions to the venue here

You can purchase tickets here.

Please Note: Your tickets can be printed or scanned on your phone (please make sure your ticket has been downloaded before you arrive at the festival).

Do NOT buy tickets from 3rd party resellers like Tixel, Eventbrite, ViaGoGo, or unknown Facebook accounts as we cannot verify the legitimacy of these tickets. Don’t risk getting scammed.

Listen In DON’T recommend purchasing tickets from any unofficial channels such as Tixel, Eventbrite, ViaGoGo, or unknown Facebook accounts as they cannot guarantee the legitimacy of these tickets. Purchasing tickets from 3rd party sellers may put you at risk at being turned away at the venue.

There is a limit of ten (10) tickets per person.

Listen In 2024 will have one entry gate which can be easily accessed from O’Rorke Road.

Tickets are sent via email as a PDF attachment to your booking confirmation email. If you have not received your tickets, check your email address is entered correctly at the time of booking. If you need your tickets resent due to an input error, you can submit a request here 

For all other ticketing enquiries please check the Moshtix FAQs section in the first instance and if you can’t find a solution you can submit a support request here 

Yes. The Box Office is located at Gate B and will be open from midday on show day. There will be Moshtix ticketing staff on site who will be able to help you with any ticketing queries.

This event is strictly rated R18. All patrons must hold a valid ID upon entry.

The only accepted forms of ID are: Kiwi Access Card, Passport or NZ Drivers Licence.

Please note: an expired ID will not be accepted, so make sure it is up to date. 

Yes. You must bring photo ID with you to enter the event.

Nationally recognised forms of Identification for Listen In Auckland:

  • any current passport
  • a current New Zealand driver licence
  • a Hospitality NZ 18+ Card. Note: new 18+ cards are no longer available but existing 18+ cards continue to be valid ID for 10 years from the date of issue.
  • a Kiwi Access Card. Note: this Hospitality NZ card replaces the 18+ Card and is available for both NZ nationals and foreign visitors.

The ID document must be current and include a photo of the person and their date of birth.

Yes. The accessibility options will be on the Moshtix event page once tickets are on sale.

Listen In is a party for all and aims to be an inclusive, accessible, and enjoyable experience for everyone. Listen In are constantly working on ways to improve the festival experience for their patrons. They understand that when deciding about whether to attend a music festival, knowledge is power. While some details are still being confirmed, Listen In will have:

• Viewing Platforms
• Accessible toilets
• Carer/Companion card tickets
• A dedicated accessibility support team
• An accessibility hotline to message for assistance on show days
• Dedicated lanes at entry, bars and lowered service points

To help stop ticket scammers and ticket scalping, you’ll be sent your ticket closer to the show. Don’t stress if you don’t receive it when you buy it!

Closer to the event if you still haven’t received your ticket, log in to your Moshtix account used for the purchase and select ‘Show My Ticket’ for the relevant event. You then have the option to view the ticket in your browser, download or resend them to an email. Please also check your junk/spam.

If you still can’t find it and need help to track it down or you need to change your information on the e-ticket? Please get in touch with Moshtix Support.

 

We strongly discourage purchasing from 3rd party sellers such as Trade Me or Viagogo. We cannot guarantee or check the validity or authenticity of tickets purchased from these sellers.   

Full details on our conditions of entry can be found here.

Permitted Items

  • A bag no larger than an A4 size of paper   
  • Sealed plastic bottle of water up to 750ml (lid may be removed on entry) * or empty plastic water bottle up to 750ml to fill up at free water stations.  
  • Small quantities of home prepared food such as sandwiches, baking or fruit   
  • Banners, flags (without poles) and posters no larger than A3 size.    

   Prohibited items

  • Commercially prepared foods such as takeaways and soft drinks   
  • Chilly bins   
  • Cans, aluminium or glass containers, bottles or cutlery (this includes bottles of perfume)   
  • Alcohol or illicit drugs   
  • Air horns or loud hailers   
  • Furniture, chairs or stools   
  • Prams or strollers   
  • Animals (except for Assistance Dogs)   
  • Dangerous goods   
  • Video cameras and recording devices such as drones, iPads, tablets or Go Pros (cell phones are ok)   
  • Cameras with a removable lens, a lens larger than a regular watch face or cameras which may be deemed to be for professional use   
  • Selfie sticks   
  • Costume/dress-up full-face masks and helmets   
  • Large items that cannot be placed under the seat   
  • Skateboards, rollerblades, bicycles or scooters   
  • Fireworks, flares or laser lights   
  • Large poles for flags that could be considered dangerous or view obstructing 
  • Items that in the opinion of management/security could cause harm or nuisance to other patrons

If in doubt, please leave it at home. Stadium Management takes no responsibility for goods surrendered.   

Items of value recovered after an event will be held at the stadium for 5 working days after which they will be handed into the Auckland Central Police Station.   

No. Listen In has a strict No Passouts rule. This means that once you leave, you cannot re-enter the event.

The following restricted or prohibited items are not permitted by patrons into the event:

• Glass bottles or cans including perfume and makeup;
• Any liquids including alcoholic beverages, e-cigarette liquids and sunscreen pump bottles;
• Illicit drugs;
• Aerosol products;
• Knives or other dangerous weapons including potential missiles;
• Flares, fireworks or sparklers;
• Lasers or laser pointers;
• Animals or pets (other than assistance animals);
• Professional recording or broadcast devices without the promoter’s permission;
• Drones or other airborne recording/photography devices;
• Flags with poles, large flags or banners that may obstruct the view of other patrons;
• Any item that you intend (or such quantities of the item from which Management can reasonably infer that you intend) to distribute, hawk, sell, offer, expose for sale or display for marketing or promotional purposes;
• Large items including eskies, drink coolers or ice boxes;
• Umbrellas;
• Plastic sealed or opened drink containers (only empty reusable water bottles are allowed into the event);
• Metal drink bottles;
• Food;
• Picnic rug or chairs;
• Any dangerous goods;
• Any other items as determined by Security or Management that may cause injury or public nuisance;

Please see the Entry Conditions for further information.

We will update this information closer to the event.

There is no onsite parking for this event. Parking is available on the streets surrounding Go Media Stadium Mt Smart (please be aware that some streets may be closed for the event delivery). Local businesses will open their premises for parking during event for a small fee.

We will update this information closer to the event.

Yes, there is a dedicated mobility parking area located on Beasley Ave - to book this please contact info@aucklandstadiums.co.nz.

We will update this information closer to the event.

Yes. Unless specifically stated the event will take place in the rain. The Go Media Stadium precinct is predominately uncovered so please be prepared with a poncho or raincoat should wet weather be forecasted.  

 

No, umbrellas are not permitted into the concert area.

No, the gates do not close, you can arrive at any time you wish.   

External food cannot be brought into the event as per our conditions of entry. We will have a wide variety of food vendors on the day.

However, we can’t guarantee that food available for purchase at the festival is allergy safe.
Therefore, the Front Entry Manager will allow you to bring in your own food under the following conditions:

– if it is wrapped in clear plastic wrapping
– you can provide a doctor’s note or medical form showing proof of allergy

Please do not bring eskies, picnic blankets or baskets, folding chairs, glass containers, knives and any other bulky or sharp items. Security guards will be checking bags at the gate and will confiscate prohibited items.

Medication may only be brought into the event under the following conditions:

– must be in its original packaging/untampered
– with a label or additional script that matches the ticketholder ID name
– only a daily dosage is permitted

All patrons for this event will enter through Stadium Gate C and receive assistance from our friendly mobility volunteers to gain access to the event area.

Look out for our friendly mobility volunteers in their blue hi vis jackets if you need assistance at any time.

You can find the full public transport options for this event on the Auckland Transport website here.