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Rhythm And Vines 2014 First Line Up Revealed!

Rhythm And Vines 2014 First Line Up Revealed!

29 – 31st December 2014
Waiohika Estate, Gisborne

It is time to fight off those winter blues and start dreaming of long NZ summer days with friends set amongst the luscious vines of Waiohika Estate in Gisborne. Rhythm & Vines is thrilled to announce the first line up for festival goers this New Year’s, so without further ado…

Bastille > Netsky Live
Zane Lowe > Chet Faker
Danny Brown > Action Bronson
Just Blaze > Ta-ku > Jagwar Ma
London Elektricity & MC Wrec
Mø > DC Breaks > P-Money

Mr Carmack > Etc!Etc!
The Cuban Brothers > State Of Mind
Addison Groove > Ayah Marar > PNC
KiNK (live) > Meta and the Cornerstones

Little May > Midland > The Funk Hunters
Estère > Kamandi > Team Dynamite > Third3ye
Young Tapz > Yumi Zouma > Holly Arrowsmith

In 2014 the festival will be bringing the Arcadia Afterburner stage to NZ for the first time. The stage is a regular feature at Glastonbury and fuses elements of sculpture, architecture, fire, music and lighting to build a multi sensory experience. This year’s early bird tickets sold out in record time and tickets will be limited to 20,000.

There are still more amazing international headliners and local acts to be announced so please join the Rhythm and Vines Facebook page for up to date information.

For more information on these artists, click here.


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