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Prana New Year Blue Moon Festival 2009-10


Wed 30 Dec 2009, 1:00pm
Thu 31 Dec 2009, 7:00am
Fri 1 Jan 2010, 7:00am
Sat 2 Jan 2010, 7:00am
Sun 3 Jan 2010, 7:00am–12:00pm

Where: Prana Eco Retreat, 742 Ohui Road Ohui, Opoutere, The Coromandel

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Last Minute Student & Senior Ticket: $275.00
  • Last Minute Adult Ticket 19yrs+: $295.00
  • Added Child Ticket 12yrs & under.: $35.00
  • Free Child Ticket 12yrs & under: $0.00
  • Car Parking Ticket. See conditions on Ticket website!: $30.00
  • Last Minute Family Ticket: $970.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: PRANA Eco Retreat

Early bird and standard tickets for the 5 Day Prana New Year Blue Moon Festival 2009-10 have sold out! A few last minute tickets still available. Don't wait ..... selling out fast!

Once again the 18th Prana Festival 2009-10 will be held on the Eco Estate of 100acre natural site, coastal positioning with native forest.
This years five day event of music, workshops and shopping will occur 30 Dec. 2009 - 3 Jan. 2010.
Departure date will be on Monday 4 January 2010.

With more than 80 musicians drawn from local and international cultures like; The Benka Boradovsky Bordello Band, Batucada Sound Machine, dDub, Mamaku Project, Peruquois & Praful , Sika and The Elementals, Caitlin & Sika, Rollicks, Tamani African Ceremonial Drumming & Dance, SL Macombee & the Absolute Truth, Kiri Eriwata Band, Brazilian Divas, SoulSaxPlus, The Holiwater Project and many more......100 plus facilitated workshops; 2 outdoor & 1 indoor movie theatre; dance, arts, yoga and meditation; Kids Zone, Buddhafield NZ; and over 40 healers, market and food stalls creating magic in the Global Village, PRANA New Year Festival 2010 will be a great event! Be there or be square......

This iconic festival, now more than 17 years old and the 2009-10 Festival, is a gathering of the like minded and friends in a quintessentially New Zealand holiday time.