RS-14_edited.jpg
The-River-Sounds-LOGO-white.png
RSF 2021_Beneath the Surface_A2_LU2_ONSC

TICKETS will be AVAILABLE VIA humanitix

Music - Honest Woman by Milly Tabak & The Miltones

Videography - Liz Lorigan

THE CHARITIES

We are proud to be supporting two amazing New Zealand charities with all profits from The River Sounds Festival 2023 to be donated to:

YBR_logo-Maori-Website-1.png
Te Puna Hauora logo.png

The River Sounds Festival is proudly presented by the Everyone Hurts Foundation which is a registered Charity in NZ - registration number CC56960. If you would like to make a donation to support this event please use the donation link below. Please note that any donations are deductible for tax purposes in NZ and you will receive donation receipt for any donations over $5. 

FINAL_edited.png

THE FESTIVAL LOW DOWN

WHEN

1pm Saturday, 11th February 2023 - 12am, 12th February 2023

WHERE

The location is a stunning avocado orchard in Katikati, Bay of Plenty (30 minute drive from Tauranga), set next to a beautiful river available for swimming during the day. You can drive, camp overnight or jump on one of the buses (requires pre-booking to secure your ride!) camp sites and car passes are available for purchase with your ticket. 

WHAT

This is a not-for-profit, community focused music festival dedicated to raising awareness around mental illness and suicide.  All profits from 2023 ticket proceeds will be donated to Te Puna Hauora - Bay of Plenty and Yellow Brick Road

WHO

The Everyone Hurts Foundation. 

WHY

We want to deliver a music festival that is fun, engaging and celebrates the beauty that life has to offer. But we also want to  reduce the shame and stigma that surrounds mental illness. This is why we have curated an event that encourages open conversations about the challenges of living with mental illness because sometimes the most powerful connections are created from our most painful experiences. 

“I desperately wanted everyone to see my pain, but I also put everything I had into hiding it”