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Festival daily schedules released and 1st vendors announced

LoveLake Festival Great Lake Taupō
March 8th -11th, Wairakei Resort, Taupō
YOGA, MUSIC, AROHA.

LoveLake Festival 2018 brings a weekend of yoga, meditation, mindfulness, music and aroha to Taupō’s Wairakei Resort.

After the unfortunate cancellation of Wanderlust Great Lake Taupo, a passionate team was quickly assembled to fill the void and ensure that yoga, music and meditation lovers were not left disappointed. LoveLake Festival was born. This humble, fresh offering for the New Zealand Yoga and Mindfulness community will take place at Taupo’s Wairakei Resort from the evening of Thursday 8th March to the afternoon of Sunday 11th. The festival will feature an amazing lineup of 23 teachers and artists from across New Zealand and all around the world.

The festival’s daily schedules have been released, detailing a balanced and inviting program of classes and music from the afternoon of Thursday 8th March until the afternoon of Sunday 11th. The schedule boasts 2 rooms of classes to choose from on the Friday and Saturday, and a music program utilising Wairakei Resort’s beautiful poolside area as well as an impactful main stage.

The festival will also showcase a number of vendors including Zeenya and Yoga Tribe, and a food and beverage offering including Whai Ora and a range of Mexican, Indian & Asian food stalls with Vegetarian & Vegan options and much more.

Daily Schedules are available here: https://goo.gl/Gkj3UE

TEACHING LINEUP
Nikki Ralston, Kara-Leah Grant, Jase Te Patu
Justine Hamill, Kylie Rook, Suzi Carson, Nik Robson (Bali), Melissa Billington

MUSIC LINEUP
Sola Rosa (DJ Set), Sweet Mix Kids, Mia Paris (AUS), Rei, Tali & Chicorelli, Corysco (Brazil), River Roots (UK)
ALISHA, Brazilbeat Soundsystem, Brutus Powers, False Heights, Hippie Rich, Huia Hamon, KITES, Morning People (Pop-Up)

TICKETING
Tickets available from justtheticketnz.com / https://goo.gl/aDaZKV
First 108 Full Festival Tickets – SOLD OUT
Second Release Full Festival Tickets (all classes included) - $128 + booking fee
1 Day Tickets (all classes included) $70 + booking fee
1 Day Music Only Tickets (Valid from 5pm) - $20 + booking fee
Book your onsite accommodation at Wairakei Resort

SOCIAL MEDIA
Facebook.com/lovelakefestival / Instagram.com/lovelakefestival / twitter.com/lovelakefest

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