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Rhythm And Alps Sells Out of All 2 Day Tickets And Camping!

Rhythm And Alps Sells Out of All 2 Day Tickets And Camping!

Rhythm and Alps festival organisers have announced that 2 day tickets and camping for the New Year’s Eve festival have sold out!
Very limited day tickets and upgrades to the festival are still available until availability is exhausted.

“The shift to the new location, the Cardrona Valley in Wanaka, coupled with changing it to a New Year’s Eve festival has been a popular move for Rhythm and Alps. It is clear a festival like this is just what the South Island needed and we urge those still wanting to attend to not delay in purchasing their day ticket because we anticipate these will also sell out” says Kieran Spillane, CEO of the Rhythm Group.

Rhythm and Alps takes place on the 30th and 31st December at the Robrosa Station, in the Cardrona Valley, Wanaka.

DAY SCHEDULE AND PRICES
30th Dec $109 or with Vodafone Vintage Club VIP $179
31st Dec $129 or with Vodafone Vintage Club VIP $199

Tickets to Rhythm and Alps are available from www.rhythmandalps.co.nz

December 30th

Rudimental (DJ SET)
Shapeshifter
Hospitality Presents
Camo & Krooked / High Contrast
Danny Byrd / Metrick / Dynamite MC
David Dallas
Tahuna Breaks / P-Money / @Peace / Concord Dawn / Bulletproof
Freddie Cruger aka Red Astaire / MayaVanya
The Nomad / Sticky Fingaz / Play DJ’s (R.I.A. & C:She)
Seth Hamilton / Civilian Sol

December 31st

Zane Lowe
The Veils / DJ Zinc
Nathan Haines feat. Kevin Mark Trail
Cairo Knife Fight
Tahuna Breaks / The Funk Hunters / Recloose
Truth / Spikey Tee / Louis Baker
Reality Chant, Silva MC & Jah Red Lion / Steve Ward / Jamie Stevens
Thankyou City / Estere / Thanks / Ruse / Gasp / Lewis Tennant
Steezie Wonder / Kev Fresh / Holly Arrowsmith

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