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HIGHLIFE NEW YEARS DAY 2018

For over a decade, Highlife Entertainment have produced one of the most desired and prestigious New Year’s Eve parties in Australasia.
But in 2018 we’re changing things up with a fresh, new and exciting concept for New Zealand, bringing Auckland its first ever New Year’s Day event experience.

With New Year’s Day events becoming a growing international trend, many major cities worldwide are seeing traditional New Year’s Eve festivities surpassed in popularity with January 1st becoming the celebration of choice.

Highlife New Year’s Day will be held at Smales Farm, an innovative next generation neighbourhood on Auckland’s North Shore. Situated on the Takapuna fringe, Smales Farm is the ideal venue for an event of this style with its expansive green space settings, purpose built amenities, transport options and its central shore position near the city.

This event will be a first of its kind for the location and our teams across both Highlife Entertainment and Smales Farm are excited by a partnership that is set to deliver some truly memorable moments in this space!

Expect a premium, open air party atmosphere with three stages of music concerting a range of international and local DJ talent, live musicians, vocalists, delicious food, amazing dancers and performers, private party suites, chill out areas and more!

To present a quality occasion; tickets will be limited and are on sale, 9amThursday July 20th from iTicket.co.nz. So, tell your friends now and get them on board with Highlife New Year’s Day as we aim to deliver one of our best events yet!

Visit highlifenyd.co.nz for more information.

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