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Who launches a new music festival in lockdown?

Chris Schulz The Spinoff
Thu, 16 Sep 2021

Rhythm and Vines founder Hamish Pinkham wants to give us something to look forward to. (Image: Supplied)
Chris Schulz The Spinoff
Thu, 16 Sep 2021
This article is republished with permission from The Spinoff.On a recent Monday, Hamish Pinkham finally approved a grand musical vision. For two years, the founder of Rhythm & Vines, the country’s longest-running music festival, had been dreaming of pulling together a new series of concerts. Scheduled for early January, they were designed for holidaymakers who weren’t quite ready to call it quits on their summer party.“We’re calling it the ‘Golden Run,’” Pinkham says. “Everyone’s on...

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