Puppet theatre, ploughing demonstrations, lectures on homeopathy, guided meditation and performances by Limbs dancers and Split Enz were just some of the experiences on offer at Nambassa. Held on a farm near Waihī, the counter-culture hippie Nambassa festival attracted 60,000 people in 1979, far outstripping the expected numbers.
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Reference: Nambassa festival [videorecording]. Producers, Peter Terry and Dale Farnsworth; director and editor Philip Howe. Nambassa Trust, 1979
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