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Rhythm and Vines Ticlets On Sale Tomorrow

Rhythm and Vines Ticlets On Sale Tomorrow

Rhythm and Vines
12th Annual Music Festival
29 - 31 Dec 2014

It is time to secure tickets for New Zealand’s internationally acclaimed 12th annual three day music festival.

Set in one of the most beautiful locations to welcome in the New Year, the Waiohika Estate Vineyard in Gisborne, Rhythm and Vines has become known as New Zealand's biggest New Year's Eve festival showcasing the best Kiwi and international musicians.

In the coming months Rhythm and Vines have some very exciting announcements about the festival site and line up. There will be more to be revealed soon. In the meantime details about ticket prices are now available.

Tickets are available to purchase from 6pm on Wednesday 28th May for Rhythm and Vines 2014 from www.rhythmandvines.co.nz

3 day festival tickets start from $230 + booking fee
Onsite camping prices start from $125 + booking fee

Onsite camping is available for purchase at the same time as festival tickets and we have a range to suit different needs and budgets. Camping options include:

Onsite – A camping pass which gives you the chance to stay at different onsite campsites.

Bass - $195 | Mid - $185 | Treble - $125

Premium – There are a range of camping options for those who want a more luxury experience including Glamping, Tepee’s and Hubs.

For more information on camping and accommodation options see the accommodation section of our website.

Campervans – campervan spaces are able to be booked for the Treble camp area.


Festival goers wanting a VIP experience can expect lots of special treatment at Vintage Club. 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 please see the Rhythm and Vines website.

Rhythm and Vines is an R18+ event.

To keep up to date with the line up announcements visit www.rhythmandvines.co.nz

Thanks to our partners The Edge and George FM.

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