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Rhythm and Vines Announce 10th Anniversary Line-Up

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Rhythm and Vines Announce 10th Anniversary Line-Up

29-31 December 2012 at Waiohika Estate, Gisborne

Festival fans have been counting down the days, and now the anticipation is over. Rhythm and Vines is delighted to announce the main line-up for 2012.

With more international artists than ever before alongside some of New Zealand’s best, R&V’s stellar 10th anniversary line-up includes:

The Presets, Chase and Status (DJ set), Kimbra, Mark Ronson (DJ set), Netsky LIVE, Knife Party, Disclosure LIVE, Six60, Tame Impala

Hospital Records feat: High Contrast, Logistics, Camo & Krooked, S.P.Y, MC Wrec

Maya Jane Coles, araabMUZIK, The Black Seeds, Chali 2na, P-Money, Ruby Frost, Parachute Youth, Five Mile Town

Ringing in the new year on the 31st will be headliners The Presets, Six60 and araabMUZIK. Headline acts for the 30th are Chase & Status (DJ set), Mark Ronson (DJ set), and the Hospital Records artists. On the evening of the 29th Kimbra, Knife Party, and Netsky LIVE will be getting the crowd pumping for the days ahead. Dates for the rest of the line-up still to be announced, plus stay tuned for new additions.

Listen to R&V’s new Spotify playlist here: Rhythm and Vines 2012

Share the history, be part of our future
When the R&V crew held their very first festival at Waohika Estate in 2003 they had no way of knowing if they could pull it off, let alone how successful and loved it would eventually become. Now heading toward their 10th New Year festival, organisers are ecstatic about the calibre of artists they are bringing to Gisborne.

“Our continued success is really a testament to the support we’ve had from festival goers across New Zealand. Artists love playing here, they have the happiest, most enthusiastic group of music lovers to play for in an unbeatable setting… it’s no wonder we’re able to keep booking amazing acts like this year after year.” – Hamish Pinkham, Festival Director and R&V founder.

New Record Breaking Sales
With two thirds of tickets (over 17,000) already sold before the release of a single artist, organisers know that this year’s crowd will be anticipating the best festival yet and they are ready to deliver it. This could be the first time R&V sells out before hitting the ground on the 29th.

In other news
Rhythm and Alps is proud to announce new additions to their already impressive line-up. Netsky LIVE will be bringing his full band and is co-headlining alongside SBTRKT LIVE in the Alpine Arena. Joining them at Terrace Downs resort will be Phaelah, JStar, and Kamandi.

R&V are excited to be working with media partners TVNZU, ZM, and Spotify. We’d also like to thank our proud sponsors Adidas, Pump, Red Bull Music Academy, CC & Dry, Russian Standard, Jim Beam, Fruju, Jagermeister and Vodafone.

Tickets sales via www.rhythmandvines.co.nz
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