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Everything you need to know if you are heading to Michael Bublé

Everything you need to know if you are heading to Michael Bublé

Heading along to Mission Estate Winery this weekend? Here is everything you need to know!

Are you heading along to see Michael Bublé at Mission Estate Winery this Saturday Feb 1st?

After months of waiting, finally the time is upon us where Bublé will play his only NZ show of 2020. 

Here is everything you need to know if you are heading along to the show at Mission Estate Winery.


2PM: Gates open
3:30PM: Lady Larisa
5PM: Mid Life Crisis
6:30PM: Stretch
8PM: Michael Bublé
9:50PM: Finish (approx)

Transport & Parking:

There are a number of way to get to the concert, and Mission Estate Winery suggest getting the full details and directions from their website.

Important things to note is that there will be no Parking in Church Road and surrounding streets. Church Road will be closed to all public Vehicles from 6:00 am on Concert Day.

With the support of Napier City Council, Anderson Park will be available for parking and shuttle buses be operating from 1:30 pm to 5:00 pm and the return services post-concert. Cost is $10 pp Cash Only for the return trip. Click here for details.

Wine, Beverages, Food & Merchandise:

While there are extensive options of food and drink once you get in the gate, Mission Estate Winery has a couple of house rules around bringing in your own food and drink items from home.

They suggest bringing your own chilly bin to keep your food and beverages cool. They will have availble ice for sale inside the gates.

You can bring an unlimited amount of unopened non alcoholic beverages with you.

You can bring as much food and non-alcoholic beverages as you can carry. Please no glass or metal knives/cutlery.

Drink and food stalls inside the venue will be open when the gates open.

Chairs, Trolleys, Bags & Footwear:

If you are wanting to bring trolleys or other carrying devices, and with wheels over 12cm in diameter will not be allowed inside the venue.

Low/sand chairs, picnic rug, and cushion seating is okay. Full Chairs, and umbrellas are not permitted. Mission Estate Winery asks to please be considerate of other concert-goers comfort and viewing pleasure.

Suitable footwear is necessary due to the elevation on site. Mission Estate have said they have set up grass paths to minimise slipping but still stress wearing smart footwear.

Remember to Recycle:

A special gift will be available to all patrons in exchange for their empty bottles and cans at our recycle stations located adjacent to each Beverage Outlet.