Lets face it. They don't make music like they used to. And R&V Soundcheck is the perfect place to find out how it is made and transformed on to the...
When: Friday, 5 October - 8:00pm
Where: Vector Arena, 42 Mahuhu Street, Auckland
How much: $79.99 + booking fee
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Lets face it. They don't make music like they used to. And R&V Soundcheck is the perfect place to find out how it is made and transformed on to the big stage into one overwhelmingly mind blowing live performance. Like the R&V of old, a little bit of edge mixed in with the unknown and after 10 years in the business, these guys know what they are doing.
And for the second year running, Rhythm and Vines in association with Ambient Group, present the exciting live music event, R&V Soundcheck at Vector Arena, featuring an international line-up including British electronic act Nero (Live), dubstep record producer and DJ Rusko, rising UK singer songwriter and record producer Labrinth along with New Zealand’s leading hip hop act, Home Brew.
Obviously the kids are going mad over these kind of acts (kids being 16-22 year olds), however, don't let that put you off. Performances from the likes of Nero, DJ Rusko and Labrinth in particular, have been rocking international festival's of all ages, and it will be no different this Friday at Vector Arena.
VIP Upgrades are now available offering the opportunity to watch from the comforts above at your own VIP bar, without the hustle bustle of centre left and the inconvenience and flat flavour of plastic cups. Remember, it is a Friday night, Vector Arena, huge lights, big sound with atmosphere and an upper cut reminder that summer is on the way. Click here for more reasons why you should be pulling your finger out to attend what will be the kick off to one heck of a summer.
By James Mason