Win Access to the Vodafone Vintage Club at Rhythm and Vines
The Vodafone Vintage Club has you covered, head to toe with a $500 Adidas voucher and a double pass.
The ultimate New Years Eve experience is back, the Vodafone Vintage Club - the best spot to see out 2013 in style. Festival fans at Rhythm and Vines that have a thirst for something more can expect just that from Vodafone Vintage Club at R&V this year. Elevated above the heaving crowds, revellers can dial up a luxe festival experience like no other, to toast in the New Year.
In true Vintage Club style, guests will see out 2013 with a sparkle, leaving in a trail of glitter. Think mirror balls en mass and confetti canons. The Vodafone Vintage Club is packed to the brim with all the perks VIP guests have come to expect; coat checks and concierges, luxury loos with minimal queues, festival-chic maintenance at the Powder Room and delicious food from Chicken Box Food Truck.
Vodafone will also be helping you do your thing better with free high speed WI-FI, life saving phone charging stations and the Vodafone Buzz Booth so festival-goers can capture the moment with their mates. Not to mention the addition of the new VNO Lounge – by far the best spot in the house to take in an uninterrupted view of the main stage while sipping on a range of wines expertly crafted for the modern palate.
Win Access to the Vodafone Vintage Club + a $500 Adidas Clothing Voucher
Concrete Playground has one double pass 3 Day GA Festival Pass + Vodafone Vintage Club upgrade to Rhythm and Vines to give away. This is valued at around $840. Add to that the champs at Adidas have also given us a $500 Clothing Voucher to give away also. Stop it you say!
To get your paws on this prize, we want to hear what your top 3 festival fashion essentials are. We're talking bumbags, visors; we're talking function-meets-fashion. Simply enter in your details below to go in the draw.
And even if you don't 'win', then tickets to the Vodafone Vintage Club are available now from Rhythm and Vines website.
Published on November 26, 2013 by Auckland Editor