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Rhythm and Alps early bird ticket details

Early Bird Tickets
And Line up Announcement Tomorrow at 9am!


Tomorrow at 9am Rhythm and Alps will be sharing the first line up announcement for the 2013 festival. Early bird tickets will go on sale at the same time.

Tickets for the 2 day event are capped at 5000. There will only be 600 early bird tickets available at the following prices:

2 day festival tickets from

$129 + booking fee

2 day festival tickets with camping from

$169 + booking fee

Once all the early bird tickets are sold tickets will start from $159 for a 2 day ticket and $199 for a 2 day ticket with on-site camping.


Tickets are on sale from 9am Friday 16th August from www.rhythmandalps.co.nz

As announced last week, Rhythm and Alps has a new home for 2013. The new location is Robrosa Station in the beautiful Cardrona Valley, 15 minutes south of Wanaka, Central Otago.

Wanaka is at the gateway to the stunning Mt Aspiring National Park. It is an international tourist destination famous for its pristine environment, water and outdoor adventure activities, and long summer days and nights. It is the perfect holiday destination and now has a world class music festival on its doorstep.

Rhythm and Alps is an R18+ event


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