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Published on : Monday, November 30, 2015
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Music and Festivals
Rhythm and Alps
Rhythm and Alps is the only two-day music festival in the South Island, and runs at the same time as world-class juggernaut Rhythm and Vines in Gisborne.
Rhythm and VineRhythm and Vines
This internationally acclaimed three-day music festival showcases the world’s best musicians in one of the most beautiful locations to welcome in the new year, the Waiohika Estate Vineyard in Gisborne.
World Buskers Festival
The 2016 World Buskers Festival promises to carry on the tradition by offering a programme of events that showcases the very best of the best. With 65 amazing street performers, comedians, fringe artists, musicians and visual artists that are destined to leave the crowd mesmerised. Whether you’re a fan of highly skilled acrobatics, hula-hoopers, trapeze artists, musicians, dancers, circus and vaudeville skits, burlesque or you’re simply out for a good belly laugh – they’ve got it all.
St Jerome Laneway Festival
St Jerome Laneway Festival is the place to hear some of the most unique established and up and coming artists of the national and international indie world. Set amongst the towering industrial concrete cylinders of Auckland’s super cool Silo Park on the glistening blue waters of the Waitemata Harbour, Laneway offers the most thrilling urban music experience New Zealand has to offer.
The Auckland Lantern Festival will move to a new venue in 2016 with hundreds of colourful lanterns lighting up central Auckland in a family celebration of the Chinese New Year of the Horse with entertainment, food and crafts
Source:-Tourism New Zealand