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Rhythm & Alps Day Tickets Released


Rhythm & Alps is pleased to announce that day tickets for this year's festival in Wanaka will be available from 9am Wednesday 10th September.

Tickets are limited to just 1000 for each day and are available from andCosmic Ticketing. Last year day tickets sold out in just three weeks after going on sale.

Headlining on the 30th are UK chart toppers Bastille. This will be the bands very first NZ appearance. Also playing on the 30th is BBC Radio One’s Zane Lowe, hip hop producer Just Blaze, Hospital records founder as London Elektricity, and Danish pop star .

Headlining on the 31st are Kiwi drum n bass favourites Shapeshifter, soulful electronic artistChet Faker, dub pioneer Mad Professor and UK party starters The Cuban Brothers.

Single Day tickets for 30th and 31st December are set at three price tiers:
Early bird prices for both days will start at $99 + booking fee
Once this tier sells out 250 will be available for each day at $109 + booking fee, the other tiers of $109 and $119 will be available until each day’s allocation is sold out.

For those wanting the full festival experience:
2 day tickets are available now and start at $159.00.
2-day tickets plus VIP upgrade start from $269.00
All tickets are available from and Cosmic Ticketing locations around the South Island.

Rhythm & Alps festival features over 40 acts who will play 30 to 31 December 2014 including:
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
Ruse / Rydr / Wilton / Thanks
Play Djs / Ribera


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