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Prana New Year Festival

When:

Tue 30 Dec 2014, 9:00am–9:00am
Wed 31 Dec 2014, 9:00am–9:00am
Thu 1 Jan 2015, 9:00am–9:00am
Fri 2 Jan 2015, 9:00am–9:00am
Sat 3 Jan 2015, 9:00am–12:00am

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

Restrictions: All Ages

Listed by: PRANA Eco Retreat

Welcome to Aotearoa’s conscious & creative celebration of New Year!
Your summer holiday for the whole family and whanau in positive Conscious Community!

All in all, this is the place you want to start your New Year with family and friends! With an energised soul and harmonised intentions. It is the kind of reset button your spirit yearns for and it is the best place for you and your kids to start their next solar cycle.

Music: Day & night time you can boogie your woes down with great live acts and dj's that will have you dancing till deep into the night! We cater to many different musical tastes with a themed new year's eve night. Not only do some of NZs best bands perform on the main stage, we already have a line-up of some of the most conscious genre mixing and eclectic deejays in the house! From old skool- world -soul -ethnic -funk -hip-hop -reggae to electronic -temple-bass -dubstep -deephouse -afrobeats -glitchy soundscapes! Spun over 4 nights.

Music Lineup:
Trinity Roots, dDub, Latinaotearoa with Jeniffer Zea's, DJ Bobby Brazuka, Isaac Aesili and Dj Daniel Tamenpi from Brazil, Matiu Te Huki, Niko Na Zna, Radio Rebelde, Cornerstone Roots, Mihirangi, Blue Sapphire Electroswing Collective, Robert Koffie Fugah from Ghana,
Freshly formed just over two years ago, Hamilton based SambaTron, The Conscious Music Collective, Inki, Sunny Ray, Rhubarb, Christine White, Jo Fairclough, Santiago Rebagliati, Swan Sisters, Rod Redgrave, Karen Hunter, Dave Alley, Annie Keir, Premratna, G-Love, Ra Apanui, John Pencil & Sparrow Avery and many more... Visit our festival website to read about the artists and listen to their music!

Circle Stage:
Circle Stage is a place to breathe music! Our day zone operates in the middle of the day from 12-4pm as a dedicated acoustic music zone. We have created a lounge-room ambience for this comfortable covered space and will feature a mix of artists working with their own material, and supporting each other in an improvisational fashion. Audience participation and open mic welcome!
Avante-Garde, Loungey, Spunky, Weird, Truthful, From the Heart, Cosmic, Soulful and Human.
Circle Stage is curated and facilitated by musician Karen Hunter.

Workshops:
During the 5 days there is a wide array of transformational workshops hosted by renowned New Zealand and international speakers. You can attend all the workshops for free! Try out a variety of healing modalities at the Body & Soul zone at fair prices, and move deeper into your body for a total feeling of well being! Helping you slide into a wonderful new year! Visit our festival website to read about the Workshop Presenters.

Prana's Food Outlets:
One World Cafe Combining Global dishes that are nourishing, tasty and exotic, with Macrobiotic foods, Vedic recipes, Raw foods, Aliveness, Freshness and lots of Love!

The Raw Chocolate Bar-disco:
At night the Barn is transformed with Gaia Goddess hostesses rocking the bar! Serving Raw Chocolate cheesecake & Hearts and Superfood Elixir cocktails! Come barefoot and dance or socialize the night away to Soulful old skool Funk and Nu Cool Jazzy Beats under the disco stars!

Pappa's Pizza:
Our Blue Dragon Wood Oven will be fired up again this New Year, bringing you a new wholesome menu of gourmet vegetarian variations and some meat options.

Kids & Toddler Zone:
Prana is an intimate and beautiful playground for children of all ages. We have a dedicated Kids zone, and a Toddler Zone. Parents love the fact that it is a very safe and nurturing environment. With plenty of nature, great kids and an amaaaazing natural playground!

The Circus Space hosts sessions for adults and children.

Check our website for full details and sign up to the Prana's mailing list for special offers and the latest festival news. See you at 21st Prana Festival!

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