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Rhythm and Alps day schedule released and new artists added


27 AUGUST, 2014

The day schedule for this year's Rhythm and Alps festival in Wanaka is ready to be unveiled.

Known for trail-blazing the best and newest international and local artists, R&A festival features over 40 acts who will play 30 to 31 December 2014.
Festival organisers are excited to release further additions to the line up which include the following Kiwi artists: Eastern Bloc, Bailey Wiley x Raiza Biza, Arma Del Amor, Civilian Sol, That Ruse Kid, Rydr, Wilton and Thanks.

Last year the 10,000 capacity festival sold out in early December. This year seems set to follow with the first price tier of two day tickets having sold out
Second tier 2 day tickets are available now and start at $159.00 +BF
2 day tickets plus VIP upgrade start from $269.00 + BF

December 30th
Zane Lowe / Just Blaze
London Elektricity & MC Wrec
MØ / Mr Carmack
Ayah Marar / Doprah / The Nomad
Kev Fresh / Drax Project / Deep Fried Dub
Eastern Bloc / Bailey Wiley x Raiza Biza
Arma Del Amor / Civilian Sol

December 31st
Chet Faker / DC Breaks / Mad Professor
Addison Groove / The Cuban Brothers
State Of Mind / Meta and Cornerstones
Little May / Team Dynamite / Sorceress
Kamandi / Haz Beats / Longwalkshortdock
Uone / Timmus / Seth Hamilton / Rubix
That Ruse Kid / Rydr / Wilton / Thanks
Play Djs / Ribera

Tickets to Rhythm and Alps are available from


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