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Bass Camp Sold Out, Mid Camp Selling Fast

Bass Camp Sold Out, Mid Camp Selling Fast


With Bass Camp now SOLD OUT and Mid Camp selling fast, camping plans should be well underway to secure a spot and embrace the ultimate festival experience.

Although Bass camp has now sold out, there is still limited camping available within Mid Camp and Treble Camp is still looking nice and roomy, but get in fast so you don’t miss out!

Camping onsite at Rhythm and Vines offers a truly unique experience, allowing you to get up close and personal and soak up the event atmosphere. Campers will be situated amongst the lush green vineyard and will have access to the following services in order to feel at home for the week:

Access to campsite during festival hours
• 24 hour camp store/office
• 24 hour security

• Wide choice of food vendors
• Café/Espresso coffee vans
• Dedicated BBQ, picnic and common shade area, food preparation and wash up area
• Hot showers, fully serviced toilets
• Free WIFI access
• RFID card loading
• Phone and I-Pod charging
• Free drinking water
• Camping carpark
• Games area
• Access to festival water slide outside festival hours

• Plus more entertainment and activities to be announced soon!

Mid Camp is another campsite within arms reach and is home to our three Premium Accommodation providers – Glamping, The Tepee Village, and Hubs.

Mid camp also has a small section reserved just for general campers and provides you access to Bass and Treble camps!

Treble camp is the largest camp of them all! Treble is conveniently tucked a five minutes walk from the festival, as well as a short distance to the car park for a simple shuffle of the luggage.

Onsite Camping kicks off on the 28th December and is open until midday on the 1st January.

Price list:

R&V 3 Day Festival Ticket + R20 Onsite Camping (Treble): $355 +bf OR R&V 3 Day Festival Ticket + R20 Onsite Camping (Treble) + Vintage Club (VIP): $510 +bf

R&V 3 Day Festival Ticket + R20 Onsite Camping (Mid): $415 +bf OR R&V 3 Day Festival Ticket + R20 Onsite Camping (Mid) + Vintage Club (VIP): $570 +bf

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