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Ce La Vi' at Stonyridge Vineyard - Saturday January 26th

The event you have been waiting for is here!

Highlife Entertainment returns to the magical surrounds of Stonyridge Vineyard this summer with a very special party on Anniversary weekend Saturday January 26th.

Enjoy an afternoon in the sunshine and a boogie into the sunset as some of Auckland’s top dance music DJ’s and live musicians bring you a fine selection of house music and other beautiful beats to keep the atmosphere vibing.

International Ku De Ta resident DJ Niina also joins the line up as she flies in from Bali for this unique occasion along with an array of dancers and performers.

Delicious food will also be available for purchase on the day care of the Stonyridge kitchen and some of Waiheke’s finest artisan vendors.

Tickets are limited for comfort and are on sale now from www.highlife.co.nz

This is one for the sophisticated party people and not to be missed! R22, great wine, dress to impress, see you there!

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