Music lovers looking to spend their year-end holidays in a unique way should book flights to participate in musical events taking place in New Zealand. Tickets for rock, pop, jazz and reggae concerts are available. Grab them beforehand.


Year end is one of the most exciting times in whole 365 days as it features much awaited festive season when people get into the groove of extravagant celebrations of Christmas and the New Year’s Eve. For travel junkies, this is the time to explore the charm of the festive season away from home. Travellers pondering over holidaying in New Zealand and seeking tickets on flights for the month of December can enjoy an unforgettable Xmas and New Year Eve while being a part of array of musical events and concerts. Let’s know about few festivals that are creating rage among tourists and locals alike.

Rhythm and Vines

Music lovers boarding flights to enjoy their holiday season in New Zealand should consider buying tickets for this event taking place in the city of Gisborne from 29th to 31st December 2013. Each day, bands keep on entertaining the crowd from 12 pm to 12 am. The international fest features renowned musicians from around the world. This year, spectators can shake their legs on the beats created by Rudiment (DJ Set), DJ Zinc, Wiz Khalifa, Mightyfools, Kill the Noise and many more. Besides nerve-wracking beats and melodious tunes, visitors can savour delicious food and variety of wines and beers.

La De Da

La De Da is the most appropriate fiesta for the fans of remix, hip hop and thunderous bass. Music freaks can experience the crest of entertainment at Daisybank Farm in Martinburough where well-known artists like A$AP Rocky, Kora and Katchafire rock the stage from 30th December 2013 to 01st January 2014. Hip hop and rap enthusiasts reserving flights bound for New Zealand can enjoy the powerful performance of Ladi6. Tickets for La De Da are available online and camping facilities at Lullaby Lane Campground is allure for camping enthusiasts. Ample of food and drinks counters serve delicacies to satiate the appetite for epicureans.

Rhythm and Alps

This is the South Island’s only two-day music festival which is to be held on 30th and 31st December 2013 while following the pattern of notable event Rhythm and Vines. Artists like David Dallas, The Funk Hunters, High Contrast and The Nomad are performing at Cardrona Valley in Central Otago. Tourists disembarking flights in South Island can explore an extravagant and cheerful aspect of New Zealand while feeling the thump of electronic beats in this concert.  One can choose from variety of entry tickets ranging from general passes to tickets that include camping.