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The last Stonyridge Vineyard parties ever!

Hi everyone

Happy New Year!

Well, as they say, all good things must come to an end.

But not so fast…

Stonyridge Vineyard and Highlife Entertainment have decided to bring their parties to a close.

The last dance parties ever at Stonyridge Vineyard will be Sundown @ Stonyridge Vineyard on Saturday February 2nd and the final dance party ever at the ‘ridge will be Sundown @ Stonyridge Vineyard on Easter Saturday March 22nd.

Together Stonyridge Vineyard and Highlife Entertainment have put on some incredible parties including the Sundown events and the recent Highlife NYE Experience @ Stonyridge Vineyard that was a huge success!
After two years running, the 07/08 Highlife NYE Experience has staked its place as the second largest event in the North Island and the first major New Years Eve event in the country to sell out of tickets before all others!

During this time, both Steve and I have built up a great friendship and business partnership that will carry on into the future with some new business opportunities between both our companies.

Stonyridge and Highlife both want to go out on top and in style with the parties before they start becoming old news. We want to leave these parties cemented in people’s minds as some of the most memorable and legendary parties ever.

Stonyridge Vineyard will continue to host plenty of corporate functions, weddings, lunches, small music events and elite fashion shows.
Keep yourselves updated at and .

Highlife Entertainment will still be delivering only the best events and have just started working on some awesome new venues and locations to keep bringing you some of the most amazing parties ever!

Stay tuned to for more details on our upcoming events.

The Highlife NYE Experience is confirmed to take place again for the 08/09 and Highlife Entertainment will be announcing its premium new venue for that event soon.

Steve will also still be a part of the next Highlife NYE Experience at the new venue, and will be well refreshed after his yoga retreats :)

Tickets are on sale now for the February 2nd event and tickets for the March 22nd event will be on sale at 9am Friday February 8th.

The March 22nd last ever party at Stonyridge is going to be very special. Book some accommodation on Waiheke and make a weekend out of it.

For more details on these events, check out the sites below and poster attached :)

Both myself and Steve would like to thank everyone for their support on these events over the years and all the people that have worked on these events to make them happen.

Highlife Entertainment


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