The Rhythm Group is excited to announce that tickets are available now for Rhythm and Vines 2013 from www.rhythmandvines.co.nz
29-31 December 2013 at Waiohika Estate, Gisborne
The internationally acclaimed three day music festival is the highlight of New Zealand's festival calendar and showcases some of the best Kiwi and international musicians. Set in one of the most beautiful locations to welcome in the New Year, the Waiohika Estate Vineyard in Gisborne, Rhythm and Vines is New Zealand's biggest music festival.
In 2012 ticket sales broke records with over 12,000 being sold in the first two days. Tickets are available from the following prices:
3 day festival ticket from $229 + booking fee
3 day festival ticket with onsite camping from $369 + booking fee
This year onsite camping is available for purchase at the same time as festival tickets. Camping options include:
Onsite - A camping pass which gives you the chance to stay at one of our four different onsite campsites.
Premium - There are a range of camping options including Glamping, Tepee's and Hubs.
Campervans - this year we are allowing campervans in the Treble camp area.
Nirvana - The ultimate in festival camping luxury. Nirvana offers 5 star camping.
Festival goers wanting a VIP experience can expect lots of special treatment at Vintage Club this year. Cocktails, luxury loos, elevated views and special DJ performances are just some of the things in store for you.
For more information about VIP tickets and other accommodation options please see the Rhythm and Vines website.
Rhythm and Vines is an R18+ event.
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