Concertgoers snap up tickets
Rhythm and Vines has sold out of its three-day passes for another year — even before the punters know who's playing.
The festival sold out in record time with 21,500 three-day passes sold and all 15,000 camping passes gone.
“We would love to fit more of you in, but we are not about being the biggest, we are about being the best,” read a post on the Rhythm and Vines' Facebook page.
“Thank you to everyone who has purchased their tickets.
“Can't wait to drop our first release of acts in August and ultimately deliver the best New Year's experience possible.
“The Rhythm and Vines team are in full swing on delivering on our promise to be the safest, and best, place in the world to celebrate the New Year,” Rhythm and Vines marketing and partnerships director Kyle Bell said.
There are still Club Gisborne tickets reserved for locals and regular single-day passes, both on sale from August 19.