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Kim Dotcom's Good Times Set At Rhythm & Vines - A Tweetstory

Kim Dotcom's Good Times Set At Rhythm & Vines - A Tweetstory


By Kim Dotcom

Megastar Kim Dotcom ( @KimDotcom ) told the story of his Good Times set performance at Rhythm and Vines via twitter. The following are the images and tweets he posted. For more images of the Good Times set performance see… Kim Dotcom & Friends Sing In 2014 At Rhythm & Vines, Gisborne - Scoop Editor

The tweetstory as told in Kim's own words follows. - Scoop Editor

1st January 2014

@KimDotcom I made 25,000+ people happy tonight. Best feeling ever. #GoodTimes #NeverGiveUp @RHYTHMANDVINES

@KimDotcom Happy New Year!!! This was my view at midnight. #GoodTimes. Thank you. I love you. Kim

31st December

@KimDotcom Tonight's the biggest night of my life. Playing my music to 25,000+ people at the Rhythm & Vines festival. WOW!!!!!!

@KimDotcom Final check of our Rhythm & Vines #Goodtimes show. See you all tonight. So exciting :-) @RHYTHMANDVINES

@KimDotcom A perfect last day of 2013. @Rhythmandvines #GoodTimes

29th December

@KimDotcom Dinner with my musical co-conspirators ;-) #GoodTimes @RHYTHMANDVINES

@KimDotcom Epic dinner sunset. Beautiful New Zealand. #GoodTimes

ENDS

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