One of Tauranga’s biggest music festivals will be held over Auckland Anniversary weekend at Tauranga Domain.
The One Love Festival will play music that will be audible beyond the venue and for this reason the festival must finish at 10.30pm on Saturday, 26 January and 10pm on Sunday, 27 January.
A noise management plan was approved as part of the resource consent process. As part of this a robust monitoring process has been put in place to monitor noise levels throughout the event.
One Love Festival’s consent permits amplified noise during the following times:
- Saturday, 26 January: 12pm – 10.30pm
- Sunday, 27 January: 12pm – 10pm
- Sound checks between 10am – 11am both days
Hourly noise monitoring updates will be provided on twitter/@digital_satori
There will be some road closures in place to ensure safe pedestrian access to the event from 12am Saturday, 26 January to 6am Monday 28 January.
- Cameron Road from Brown Street to Wharf Street
- Durham Street from Wharf Street to Harington Street
- Hamilton Street from Willow Street to Cameron Road (incorporating existing construction road closure – access to the council car park will be maintained)
- Harington Street from Willow Street to Cameron Road (incorporating existing construction road closure)
- Park Street from Cameron Road to Willow Street
- Monmouth Street from Cameron Road to Willow Street
- McLean Street from Cameron Road to Willow Street
Resident access will be maintained throughout the event. Please expect increased foot traffic in the city centre on the weekend.
Auckland anniversary road closure map 2019 (148kb pdf)
The event organiser has provided a waste management plan which includes cleaning up surrounding streets throughout and after each night of the event.
Tauranga City Council
If you have a question or would like to lodge a complaint please phone our Customer Services team on 07 577 7000 or send us an email at email@example.com.
One Love event organiser
You can also contact the event organiser directly on the residents’ hotline on 027 251 2526 to ask questions about the festival or to report any issues during the event.