Get ready for a rocking New Year's: British producer Mark Ronson, Aussie electro act The Presets, American rapper Charli 2na, Kiwi songstress Kimbra and dubsteppers Chase and Status are set to headline this year's Rhythm & Vines festival.
Other bands on the line-up for the three-day New Year's event, held at Gisborne's Waohika Estate from December 29-31, include Aussie duo Knife Party, drum n bass act Netsky, psychedelic rockers Tame Impala and popular Kiwi act Six 60.
Also on the bill is Disclosure, Maya Jane Coles, araabMUZIK, The Black Seeds, P-Money, Ruby Frost, Parachute Youth, Five Mile Town and a Hospital Records set including High Contrast, Logistics, Camo & Krooked, S.P.Y and MC Wrec.
Kimbra, Knife Party and Netsky will be headlining the festival on December 29, with Chase & Status, Mark Ronson and Hospital Records performing on December 30.
The New Year will be rung in by The Presets, Six60 and araabMUZIK.
More than 17,000 tickets have been sold for the festival, which is celebrating its 10th year.
More acts will be announced closer to New Year's. For ticket information, click here.
The full line-up:
Chase and Status (DJ set)
Kimbra, Mark Ronson (DJ set)
Hospital Records: High Contrast, Logistics, Camo & Krooked, S.P.Y and MC Wrec
Maya Jane Coles
The Black Seeds
Five Mile Town
- Herald online