Revitalize Organic Farm Healing Music Festival – Mangapiri Downs OrganicStud Farm, Tuatapere


Organic Farm Healing Music Festival, celebrating 32 years of organic produce!
It’s a celebration of all that is organic and natural – in a magical southwestern setting, beneath the Takitimu Mountains at Mangapiri Downs Organic Stud Farm,
a pioneer organic sheep, cattle and forestry farm near Blackmount, between Tuatapere to the south and Manapouri to the north.

Join us for the 3rd Biological Healing Music Festival featuring live music from Don McGlashan, Julian Temple Band, Ceol, Brad MacClure, King Leo, makin, Cafe Operana, Beekeepin, Pete, Paul McNicol and David Pickett, Jane Maxwell, Carla & Kerstin Ladstaetter, and many other musicians, (probably playing in reverse order) and includes comedians Daniel Sewell and Jamie Patterson and Jordan Turner.
A variety of yogas, reflexologists, healers to rejuvenate your body and mind, Kundalini Reiki energies, massage, zero gravity ® energy healing, crystal healing, family yoga, yin yoga, hatha yoga and Nidra yoga, booking new people daily.

An eclectic group of healing exhibits, organics, electric vehicles, farm talks, workshops, healing yoga and reiki energies, family entertainment, dance and music.

Free onsite camping nearby with beautiful views of where we have festival and mountain views, park where you are camping.

There is a huge sharing shed and covered courtyards making the event an all-weather location.

Plenty of hot and cold water and toilets available

Accommodation nearby (ask for the Revitalize Festival rate)
10% discount for 3 days

Earlybird tickets are limited and the price is only $ 111

Website for more information
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2/01/22 Sunday evening Don McGlashan
6pm Open Mic Night for all and emerging musicians, some stars of tomorrow’s concert will also join, after this Don McGlashan takes the stage !!!

Installation of the camp and discovery of the farm and the festival from 4 p.m.

Relax, listen, learn and take the time to be in the serenity of the majestic place, where the mountain air is just a little cooler.

Food Trucks, Free camping and accommodation nearby

01/3/22 Monday Electric Vehicles: Car / UTV / Bike shows, rides and chats with happy local owners and enthusiastic dealers.

Tim Gow will be doing Grounding with anyone wishing to join in the morning to talk about organic farming / regenerative sabbatical fallow Herbal Pastures & Shire® Sheep and Tufty® cattle walk!
There will be workshops including a Comedy Workshop and Brads DADGAD Guitar Tuning Workshop for Dummies and an EV Workshop by Alex from the Electric Motor Vehicle Company with EV displays including the new Electric Tuatara FuV and demos.
Energy Healing: Celestine / Kundalini / Shiva Reiki Energies
Refloxology and Massage, Yoga: Kids & Family Yoga and Accupunture.
and more healers and workshops will continue throughout the day.

Enjoy the playgrounds, walks and watch the animals. Family friendly fun.

Shire® Hair & Wiltshire Sheep / Tufty® Cattle displays.

The main concert begins at 1 p.m. with live music from the Julian Temple Band, Ceol, Brad MacClure, King Leo, makin, Cafe Operana, Beekeepin Pete, Paul McNicol and David Pickett, Jane Maxwell, Kerstin Ladstaetter and Carla, and from many other musicians and actors Daniel Sewell & Jamie Patterson & Jordan Turner.
Dance and music Workshops and conferences

The concert ends late

Food Trucks, Free camping and accommodation nearby

4/01/22 Tuesday A day of healing and relaxed family with music and exhibits
Enjoy the playgrounds, walks and watch the animals.
Yoga for children
Music like Beekeeping Pete and others who play
Some likely guest surprises
Children’s comedy and EV displays
Walks and talks on the farm
Learn about the organic and regenerative sabbatical fallow techniques Mr. Gow has used over the past 33 years.
Go up Butterfly Hill with a wonderful view of the farm and the Takitimu and Fiordland mountains!
On-site campsite in the paddocks near where we have a huge sharing shed and covered yards that are not used much

Because we have bred the Shire® Hair breed of sheep that does not need shearing, so hosting events gives work to the shed and makes the event an all weather place.

Plenty of hot and cold water and toilets available

We invite customers to provide their own food. Limited barbecues and stoves available
There will also be a small variety of organic and natural food trucks on site. Cups and hot and cold water available and some teas etc. available.

Bring chairs, water bottles, jackets, hats and rubber boots or old walking shoes with you to the festival. Take your cash, pay for a clip on site, sunscreen (parasols / shade tent for people’s backs), picnic mats and yoga mats if you have one.
There will be no bar, but guests are welcome to bring a picnic.
Drunkenness is strongly discouraged and will result in your exclusion from the festival.
Lots of recycling and garbage containers around, please use them.

Good internet cell coverage in the sharing shed

We ask festival goers to follow the latest COVID-19 guidelines. This may include wearing masks indoors. Please bring your vaccination certificates and ID, scan and log in when you arrive at the festival.

The event will be postponed or canceled if a local COVID-19 lockdown occurs between December 30 and January 5.

The event is organized with the best intentions however some artists or healers, workshops may not be possible to come, we will do our best to fill in any gaps.

Be flexible and enjoy the festival. We are continually seeking and reserving people for the Festival.

If you would like to get involved in providing food, healing or playing music or presenting a workshop or if you want tickets, please contact us now.

Connect together in a fun festival atmosphere of music, organics, healing, sustainability to feel a revitalized vision to inspire a better world
Anchor in the earth and connect with our biodiversity, farm animals, nature and the universe


send an email to tim @

phone 03 2255283

phone 027 22552983

Free camping for all
children under 12 free tickets to revitalize

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