New Moon Fest Shimla – Ring in the New Year at the wilderness Featured

Still wondering where to head this New Year’s Eve in Shimla? How about an escape to the wilderness? Upcoming New Moon Fest at Oakwood Hamlet resort is offering a great way to take a break from life’s hectic pace and have fun ringing in the New Year. Overlooking delightful valleys and sparkling city lights below, you can enjoy live music, food, drinks, barbeque, bonfire and camping at the venue.

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The venue for the two-day party is near Shoghi, which is no more than half an hour’s drive from Shimla (about 19kms). You can find the location details on the organizer’s event page (link is given below). The party is going to be the one-of-a-kind experience for all ages. So, bring your family or friends to begin the journey of New Year like never before.

Highlights of the event

– Live Music and Dance
– Comfortable Tents
– BBQ and Fresh food
– Campfire
– Eco-friendly enjoyment

Date: Dec 31, 2016 at 1 PM to Jan 1, 2017 at 4 PM

Venue: Oakwood Hamlet Resort, Shoghi

As you reach your campsite, you’ll find arranged camps awaiting your arrival under the sky. Here stars will be the sky’s natural flashlights to capture your memorable moments. While making unforgettable memories under starry nights, you’ll get a wonderful chance to rekindle old friendships and also evolve new ones.

After the pleasant moments filled with laughter and smiles, you can finally bid goodbye to 2016 and snuggle into a dreamy sleep with a blanket of freshly woven memories. As the sun soars on the Day 1 of New Year, you will wake up in a serene environment, feeling the soothing swoosh of wind amid the oak jungle.

Isn’t it sound a much-needed break away from hustle and bustle of city life? So, start packing your bag now. You still have time to book the tickets, which cost between Rs 1,500 – 2,000 for the two-day event. Contact for tickets on the organizer’s Facebook page.

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