Tickets are selling for the fourth annual Biophilia Festival alongside Queenstown’s Moke Lake.
Billed as “an immersive wellness adventure for all”, the festival – from February 22 to 24 – comprises workshops, talks and live performances embracing yoga, mindfulness, dance, parkour, slacklining and the like.
They’re led by local and international educators, artists, thought leaders and healers.
For the first time there’s a theme – ‘birds of a feather co-create together’ – which is also the theme for the February 23 dress-up night.
More than 500 people from New Zealand and overseas attended last year’s festival.
One-, two- and three-day adult and kids’ passes are available – the full festival pass is $159, or $180 at the gate.
Overnight camping is encouraged.
– PHILIP CHANDLER