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NZ’s Best Vibe Event ready to roll

Press Release 12 December 2006

NZ’s Best Vibe Event ready to roll.....

The biggest eco event in NZ, the Organic River Festival, takes place for the seventh time at the idyllic Kimberley Reserve, just south of Levin on 27 & 28 January 2007.

Organised by EcoFest Trust to raise awareness of organic and sustainable living, the Festival music programme is augmented by eco friendly stalls, free workshops & talks, movies, swimming and campfire entertainment. Two stages pump out folk, jazz blues and rock featuring bands such as dDub and The Phoenix Foundation.

A vibrant and cool canvas town springs up at the foot of the Tararua Ranges, among native trees alongside the Ohau river - accommodating over 12,000 campers and visitors, dozens of organic food & wine stalls, NZ arts, crafts & well being.

It is said, because of the beautiful setting, wonderful music and holistic theme to be NZ’s best vibe event. It’s a place to generally relax, rejuvenate and have a good time! Check it out for yourself at Camping for three days is only $60 and can be purchased at ticketdirect.


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