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Marble Mountain Music Festival 2014

Marble Mountain Music Festival 2014
21-23 November 2014
Abel Tasman National Park

Introducing the newest installment to the top of the south party circuit. Run away from the real world, tie up your inhibitions and join this circus. Held on Takaka Hill from November 21-23, Marble Mountain Music Festival will kick off an unforgettable party season of memories for the moment, kinship for a lifetime and beats for the quantum quantum.

Featuring an envious lineup of the “crème de la crème” of local, international and interplanetary producers, bands, artists, players and selectors.

Situated on a stellar site of sublime beauty, high above Tasman and Golden Bays, where marble, crystal, cavernous voids and epic limestone outcrops lie beneath our feet and soak up our regal stupor. Come set the precedent for a new paradigm of festival experience, where unicorns are akshawl, and science aint factual. Where every aspect of human vibrancy is accommodated and celebrated. Forget about Shortland Street and the Briscoes lady for a weekend.

Early Bird tickets are avalable from
(Camping will be available from 21 November 2014)

Marble Mountain Festival 2014
21-23 November 2014


The Line Up:

Dj Spinn [USA]

Mark Pritchard [UK]

The Upbeats



Olie Bassweight

Sick Cycle

Scott Detail


Transforma [AU]


Giants Of Canaan

Civil Din

Pop Dat Pussy

Techno Prisoners

WoDJer Want




+ Many more to be announced!!

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