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Festival of Joy

Where: Bhakti Lounge, 1st Floor, 175 Vivian Street, Wellington

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General: $10.00
  • Door Sales Only
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: Vital Yoga

Festival of Joy, Bhakti Lounge's annual all-night fiesta combines it all - live music mantra meditation, dance, theatrical performance, yoga insights, interactive activities and words of wisdom - to bring you a higher experience. Not to forget two first-class vegan meals full of flavour and taste you don’t want to miss - one dinner and one-midnight feast.

What’s the Festival of Joy about?
Thousands of years ago, beautiful, charming Krishna appeared in the remote spiritual village of Vrindavan, where every word is a song, and every step is a dance. This festival marks His Birthday and is celebrated by all Bhakti yogis across the globe. A dramatic performance by our in-house actors and actresses will highlight this event's significance, introduced and explained through spiritual insights and words of wisdom.

Why two top-notch feasts you may wonder?
Our first meal of the night will be
- Colourful Mini sliders with jack fruit
-Vegan mozzarella stick with marinara sauce
- Potato stack
- Arancini balls
- Ravioli
- Garden Salad in tortilla bowl
- Blueberry drink
- Banana doughnuts and chocolate ice cream with black sesame seed crumble

So come hungry your in for a treat!

The midnight feast isn't a 'raid the fridge for leftovers'; this is for those going for the whole night experience! Traditionally on this occasion, yogis worldwide are honouring this incredible celebration of Krishna by fasting until midnight so its more than just eating- it's a sacred part of spiritual life.
Come party like a yogi; you're sure in for an unforgettable night!

Winter acoustic warm-up vinyasa flow with Muni. 45minutes of Vinyasa flow with live music starting at 5:15pm.

Stay on afterwards to attend the festival!

If you're not into doing yoga that's okay, come at 6pm.

Entry anytime from 5 pm until 1130pm.

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