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Rhythm and Vines First Line Up Announcement!

Rhythm and Vines First Line Up Announcement!

The line up!
The long wait is over. You can finally stop counting down the days to this year's first line up announcement.  

Now in its 11th year, Rhythm and Vines is delighted to reveal the first acts on our 2013 line up including some of the best and biggest international and kiwi artists playing over three days on the beautiful Waiohika Estate in Gisborne.

RHYTHM AND VINES 1st LINE UP ANNOUNCEMENT FOR 2013

EMPIRE OF THE SUN
SHAPESHIFTER
HOSPITALITY
FLUX PAVILION  
JULIO BASHMORE
HERMITUDE            
CHET FAKER
DUSKY
SOUL CLAP
RUSTIE
THE PHOENIX FOUNDATION
DAVID DALLAS
@PEACE
P-MONEY
CONCORD DAWN
TAHUNA BREAKS

For more information on artists check out our website .There are still many many more amazing international headliners and local acts to be announced so please join the Rhythm and Vines Facebook page or subscribe to our newsletter for up to date information.

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www.rhythmandvines.co.nz

ENDS

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