How much does RnV make per year?

An estimated 95,613 visitor nights, and generating an inflow of cash into the local economy of $11.09 million. Another positive long term economic impact that Rhythm and Vines has is that people are more likely to invest their money into businesses in Gisborne.

What type of music is played at Rhythm and Vines?

Welcome the first sunrise of 2021 Since its humble beginning back in 2003, Rhythm and Vines is now New Zealand’s biggest dance festival, bringing a full lineup of house, drum and bass, hip-hop and plenty more each year to Gisborne.

What year did RnV start?

December 31, 2003
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What should I bring to RNV?

A bum bag, or more commonly known “fanny pack” is the ultimate R&V essential. They’re coming back into fashion after a long hibernation since the 90’s. The fanny pack is the answer to carrying your festival necessities without lugging around a backpack or shoulder bag.

How much profit does Rhythm and Vines make?

Every year the festival injects about $12 million into the local economy according to the region’s most recent economic impact report, taken in 2010.

Is RNV going ahead?

The sad news is Rhythm and Vines will not be going ahead this New Year due to the COVID Protection Framework settings being at RED for the Gisborne region. With that said, we are proud to announce New Zealand’s newest Easter music festival – R&V EASTER 2022.

Will R and V be Cancelled?

Apr 15 – Apr 17, 2022
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Will Rhythm and Vines go ahead 2021?

Thousands of Kiwis have had their New Year’s Eve plans spoiled after organisers of Gisborne’s Rhythm and Vines music festival confirmed the annual three-day event would not go ahead this year. The festival will now take place from April 15 till April 17, with four nights camping available from April 14.

Are there showers at RNV?

It didn’t. Instead, you now have to empty out every water bottle you fill in one area of the campsite before walking into another. And there’s another thing – the showers in the VIP area are only open for two four-hour periods per day to conserve water.