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Highlife NYE At Stonyridge Vineyard

Highlife NYE At Stonyridge Vineyard


Highlife Entertainment returns this year to the world renowned Stonyridge Vineyard with its incredible New Years Eve party!

Building from the success of last years amazing event, 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!

Tickets on sale Friday July 25th 2014 at 9am online from www.iticket.co.nz/go-to/highlife-nye


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