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Highlife NYE at Stonyridge

SAVANNA CIDER PRESENTS

HIGHLIFE
NYE

WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 31ST 2014

STONYRIDGE
VINEYARD
80 Onetangi Road, Waiheke Island, New Zealand

DOORS OPEN 2PM – 2AM / R22

HIGHLIFE NYE RETURNS TO WAIHEKE ISLAND’S WORLD RENOWNED STONYRIDGE VINEYARD!

Highlife NYE returns to the world renowned Stonyridge Vineyard on Auckland’s beautiful Waiheke Island.
Join us at New Zealand's most exclusive New Years Eve party as we deliver yet another exceptional event for you to welcome in the New Year at.

Building from the success of last years amazing party, expect a whole swag of exciting additions to be revealed on the night along with some of the best dance music talent from across the globe and a stellar cast of Aotearoa's finest.

Revel in the occasion with DJ's, live acts, dancers, performers, tasty gourmet food, premium beverages, more bars, more toilets, more areas to explore and a heart-stopping New Years Eve fireworks display to ignite 2015!

Get your accommodation sorted now and purchase your tickets as soon as possible because this event sells out every year!

Not staying on the island? Don't stress! We have a dedicated transport operation with ferries and buses running all night long. The transport combo pass is recommended to purchase alongside your NYE event entry ticket here: www.iticket.co.nz/go-to/highlife-nye

2013 HIGHLIFE NYE VIDEO:

Click the link below to watch the video from last year’s event.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FhC0dRMWqcg

TICKETS:

This year’s event has strict capacity and only a limited amount of tickets will be released to the public for purchase.

First issue $130 + BF

Available from:

Online from Iticket http://www.iticket.co.nz/go-to/highlife-nye
Real Groovy - Queen St http://realgroovy.co.nz/
Conch Records - Ponsonby Rd http://www.conch.co.nz/
By Phone +64 9 361 1000

2014 LINE UP:

Ron Carroll (USA)
https://www.facebook.com/RonCarrollBMC

Federico Scavo (Italy)
http://www.federicoscavo.com/

Sean Finn (Germany)
http://www.seanfinn.com/

Skii Tour (Canada)
http://skiitour.com/

Bevan Keys
DJ Reminise
Karn Hall
Grant Marshall
Beat Mafia
Jarrod Phillips
DJ Lucas
Foreign Faders
Zeisha Fremaux
Rob Warner
Alex Q
Murry Sweetpants
Levani on percussion
Kareem on Sax

ENDS

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