Thousands register already for R&V ‘18

2017-18 festival. Picture by Liam Clayton

THE big beats of Rhythm and Vines 2017 had barely faded before more almost 19,000 party people had registered for next summer’s music festival.

By January 8, more than 18,770 (and counting) people had registered before presale registrations closed 24 hours later.

All remaining tickets went on sale to the general public yesterday.

Three-day festival passes and Bass, Sundown, Treble and Rhythm Camp tickets are available, but the Mid Camp has already sold out.

Still available are three-day vintage club premium pass and premium camp tickets.

Fewer than 400 three-day festival passes, and only about 490 three-day vintage club premium passes are still available.

Teepee, glamping, rent-a-tents, hotel and motel packages will be released at a later date.

THE big beats of Rhythm and Vines 2017 had barely faded before more almost 19,000 party people had registered for next summer’s music festival.

By January 8, more than 18,770 (and counting) people had registered before presale registrations closed 24 hours later.

All remaining tickets went on sale to the general public yesterday.

Three-day festival passes and Bass, Sundown, Treble and Rhythm Camp tickets are available, but the Mid Camp has already sold out.

Still available are three-day vintage club premium pass and premium camp tickets.

Fewer than 400 three-day festival passes, and only about 490 three-day vintage club premium passes are still available.

Teepee, glamping, rent-a-tents, hotel and motel packages will be released at a later date.

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