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27Sep
SkyCity Breakers v Brisbane Bullets Pre-Season Game
27 September

Tauranga based HoopNation team will host the final SkyCity Breakers pre-season game against the Brisbane Bullets. This is a special opportunity for Bay of Plenty sports fans to get amongst world class basketball in our world class ASB Baypark Arena.  Read more

07Oct
Tauranga International Marathon
07 October

The first and only marathon in Tauranga. Fast, flat, & fun!  Read more

14Oct
Bay of Plenty Steamers v Waikato
14 October

The Bay of Plenty Steamers will play their final home game at the Tauranga Domain against our neighbours over the hill!  Read more

18Oct
Takiri Ko Te Ata
18 October

Tauranga Arts Festival will be officially opened by a dawn chorus: we will be singing a waiata to the sun rising across the sea in celebration of our people, place and our artists.  Read more

Upcoming Events

07 Apr
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29 Sep
Cult Cinema Club
07 April to 29 September

Warming up your Autumn/Winter Friday evenings! Cult films, street food, pop-up bar at Village Cinema, Historic Village, Tauranga.  Read more

20 Apr
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12 Oct
Holiday Public Skating Session
20 April to 12 October

Holiday Public Skating Session!  Read more

25 Jul
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26 Sep
Community Weight Loss Challenge
25 July to 26 September

Food education, nutritional information, support, motivation, accountability, fun and the chance to win cash prizes.   Read more

04 Aug
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01 Dec
The Night Out Markets
04 August to 01 December

Come and check out Tauranga's newest night market!   Read more


24 Aug
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21 Dec
Salsa on the Strand
24 August to 21 December

Thursdays nights are Salsa Dancing Nights at La Mexica for free!  Read more

23 Sep
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07 Oct
Mary Poppins
23 September to 07 October

Based on the Walt Disney movie and the stories of P.L. Travers, Mary Poppins is packed with the supercalifragilisticexpialidocious adventures, music numbers and magical moments!  Read more

27Sep
SkyCity Breakers v Brisbane Bullets Pre-Season Game
27 September

Tauranga based HoopNation team will host the final SkyCity Breakers pre-season game against the Brisbane Bullets. This is a special opportunity for Bay of Plenty sports fans to get amongst world class basketball in our world class ASB Baypark Arena.  Read more

28Sep
Smart Transport Forum
28 September

Help us find smart, sustainable solutions to Tauranga’s transport challenges.  Read more


28Sep
Data and the Digital Future
28 September

Industry thought leaders will present on how to use Data, A.I. and Analytics in business.   Read more

28Sep
Passchendaele: A panel discussion on New Zealand’s darkest hour
28 September

Join in the discussion on the Battle of Passchendaele with respected military historians Damien Fenton and Cliff Simons.   Read more

29 Sep
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30 Nov
For Bravery in the Field
29 September to 30 November

Explore the WW1 experiences of Charles Southey, NZ Cyclist Corp, who won a military medal at Passchendaele.  Read more

29Sep
The Tauranga Gala Dinner 2017
29 September

Tauranga's 5-star corporate entertainment event.  Read more


05Oct
Hollie Smith - Long Player 10th Anniversary Tour
05 October

New Zealand’s first lady of jazz and soul, Hollie Smith, is celebrating the 10th anniversary of her iconic debut album Long Player with a nationwide tour.  Read more

06 Oct
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17 Nov
I Died in Hell, Passchendaele: From Tauranga to the Trenches
06 October to 17 November

“I don’t see yet what we are fighting for, they say freedom…”   Read more

07Oct
TEDxTauranga
07 October

What's even better than watching an amazing TED Talk? Joining us in person at TEDxTauranga  Read more

07Oct
Tauranga International Marathon
07 October

The first and only marathon in Tauranga. Fast, flat, & fun!  Read more


08Oct
Children of WW1 Veterans Afternoon Tea
08 October

Join other children of WW1 Veterans in an afternoon tea as we remember Passchendaele.   Read more

08Oct
Wilma and Friends presented by BDO and Tauranga Musica
08 October

An exciting concert full of revered masterpieces and undiscovered gems.  Read more

09Oct
The Sound of Music
09 October

One of the world's best-loved musicals, The Sound of Music, will tour New Zealand this September and October.   Read more

13 Oct
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15 Oct
Last Legs by Roger Hall
13 October to 15 October

Auckland Theatre Company presents Roger Hall’s smash hit Last Legs – a lethally funny black comedy about sex, death and politics with an irresistible appeal to the old and bold of heart.  Read more


13Oct
Operatunity Presents: Fabulous 50s
13 October

Operatunity Present's tributes to greats like Elvis, The Everly Brothers, Doris Day and Bill Haley and the Comets!  Read more

14Oct
Bay of Plenty Steamers v Waikato
14 October

The Bay of Plenty Steamers will play their final home game at the Tauranga Domain against our neighbours over the hill!  Read more

14Oct
Playwriting Bootcamp with Roger Hall
14 October

An intense two-hour workshop teaching you almost everything you want to know about playwriting. Although primarily for playwrights or would-be playwrights, much of what is covered will be useful for fiction writers.  Read more

14Oct
Roger Hall talks about "The ones that got away"
14 October

Roger Hall is frank, honest, and often very funny. Following a sold-out talk at Otago Settlers Museum in Dunedin earlier this year, this is only the third time he’s presented The Ones That Got Away in New Zealand.  Read more


14Oct
Hauraki Patriots DFMC Passchendaele Memorial Service
14 October

Join the Hauraki Patriots in commemorating Passchendaele, 100 years after our darkest day.  Read more

14Oct
The Future Machine
14 October

In this group exhibition, Tauranga Art Gallery has conceived its own future machine to explore ideas of city and community.   Read more

14 Oct
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21 Oct
Tauranga ZEE Market
14 October to 21 October

Awesome arrangement of New Arts, Crafts and small business Market for local and beyond   Read more

14Oct
A21 Walk for Freedom Mt Maunganui
14 October

Abolish slavery with every step. Join us for the A21 Walk for Freedom Mt Maunganui  Read more


18Oct
Takiri Ko Te Ata
18 October

Tauranga Arts Festival will be officially opened by a dawn chorus: we will be singing a waiata to the sun rising across the sea in celebration of our people, place and our artists.  Read more

19 Oct
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20 Oct
That Bloody Woman
19 October to 20 October

Our favourite daughter, suffragist, activist and cyclist Kate Sheppard is transformed from the face on the $10 note into a feminist firebrand raising hell and rocking out.  Read more

19 Oct
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29 Oct
The Floating Theatre
19 October to 29 October

Experience an ingeniously designed theatre that sparkles with projected, reflected and dynamic imagery inside and out.   Read more

19 Oct
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29 Oct
Tauranga Arts Festival 2017
19 October to 29 October

Over ten days and nights, the Tauranga Arts Festival will bring the city alive and the community together with music, theatre, dance, community events and thought-provoking talks for grown-ups, kids and all those in between.  Read more


19 Oct
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20 Oct
Troll
19 October to 20 October

A lo-fi, wi-fi fable from Trick of the Light Theatre, this brand-new work combines storytelling, music, and puppetry into an uncanny tale from the twitchy edges of the digital age in the vein of David Mitchell The Bone Clocks, and Stranger Things.  Read more

19 Oct
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20 Oct
Pss Pss
19 October to 20 October

Inventive, exciting & ridiculous - this breath-taking pair perform mishaps and acrobatics that will have you laughing long after you leave the theatre. A timeless performance of enthralling physicality and exquisite humour.  Read more

20Oct
Royale Riot
20 October

Wear your best dancing shoes for Royale Riot – it’ll be a night of bent and broken rockabilly from this award-winning Aussie band, The Suitcase Royale.  Read more

20Oct
Daffodil Raceday
20 October

Get on-course for a good cause. Racing Tauranga are proud to be supporting the Daffodil Raceday initiative this year.  Read more


21Oct
The Ballad of Backbone Joe
21 October

Internationally acclaimed trio The Suitcase Royale are coming to town riding a whisky-soaked murder ballad of visual trickery, dark humour and rag‘n’bone live music.  Read more

21Oct
Miles Calder & The Rumours
21 October

Miles Calder & The Rumours are a folk-rock band from Wellington. Their earthy tones and floating harmonies compliment Miles’s heartfelt songs, to produce an atmospheric and timeless Americana sound.  Read more

21Oct
Wise Child: Catherine Chidgey & Kate De Goldi
21 October

Both Catherine Chidgey (The Wish Child) and Kate de Goldi (The 10pm Question, From the Cutting Room of Barney Kettle) use young narrators to blistering effect in dealing with topics such as grief, dementia and the horrors of World War 2.  Read more

21Oct
Acorn Winners: Stephen Daisley & Catherine Chidgey
21 October

Join the 2016 and 2017 recipients of the Acorn Foundation Fiction Prize at the Ockham Book Awards.  Read more


21Oct
Bake Shack, “Wheels on Mainstreet”
21 October

Classic Cars, Custom Cars, Muscle Cars, Hot Rods, Trucks and Bikes on Display  Read more

21Oct
Basant Madhur And The Sargam School Of Indian Music
21 October

Basant Madhur is a widely acknowledged tabla player and a much-respected artiste in the arena of Indian Classical Music. Sargam bring together a unique ensemble of Indian musicians offering a global touch.  Read more

21Oct
ANZ Community Day
21 October

The Strand will be closed, the streets will be cleared, markets will pop up like candles on a cake and the party will begin!   Read more

21Oct
Cudo
21 October

Acrobatic, robotic and liquid hip-hop hybrid movement that pushes the boundaries and explore vast possibilities of our human bodies. This electrifying work features members of internationally acclaimed hip-hop crew Identity Dance Company.   Read more


21Oct
A Secret Life: Kate Grenville
21 October

Award-winning Australian author Kate Grenville has more recently also published non-fiction. The Case Against Fragrance (2017) shares her realisation that artificial perfumes were affecting her health.  Read more

21Oct
Lives of Brine: William Finnegan & Phil Jarratt
21 October

Two lives – one American and one Australian – linked by a passion for finding and surfing waves that form out in the deep ocean and gather strength as they rush towards land.   Read more

22Oct
Puddle Jumping: Kate Grenville, Stephen Daisley & Catherine Chidgey
22 October

Are Australian authors a closed book to you? When did you last read New Zealand fiction?  Read more

22Oct
A Dog's Life: Lynley Dodd & Penelope Jackson
22 October

Hairy Maclary first stepped out of Donaldson’s Dairy 34 years ago and immediately captivated readers and listeners, young and old.  Read more


22Oct
The Maori Sidesteps
22 October

Fresh from their successful web-series, The Maori Sidesteps have created a live show starring some of New Zealand’s best entertainers.  Read more

22 Oct
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23 Oct
Miss Jean Batten
22 October to 23 October

Miss Jean Batten is a one-woman show that captures the spirit of New Zealand’s most famous Aviatrix whose solo flight set a record that stood for 44 years. It is a story of success against enormous odds and one that should resonate with every Kiwi.  Read more

22Oct
Alternative Facts: William Finnegan
22 October

Join New Yorker staff writer William Finnegan – who has reported from Africa, Central America, South America, Europe, the Balkans, Australia and the US – as he talks to Rod Oram about some of the issues facing the world.  Read more

22Oct
The Sting: Penelope Jackson
22 October

It’s estimated that art crime is the world’s third-biggest criminal enterprise behind arms and drugs – and New Zealand is not exempt.   Read more


23Oct
Bush Gothic
23 October

Rattled by the bones of convicts and steeped in campfire smoke, Bush Gothic perform darker, stranger Australian folk.   Read more

23Oct
Voices NZ – Workshop
23 October

This workshop gives you a view of singing in a first-class ensemble from the inside out. Repertoire includes Keep Your Lamps, Thomas and O Magnum Victoria. Some previous vocal experience will be beneficial.   Read more

23Oct
Voices New Zealand Chamber Choir
23 October

Premier choir VOICES New Zealand will welcome spring with Salut Printemps which celebrates our love affair with the sun, budding flowers, the explosion of colours and life in general with a programme using the ‘official’ language of love – French.  Read more

23Oct
Sea Fever: Bob Orr & Phil Jarratt
23 October

Join two writers for a conversation – and some poetry – about the call of the running tide.  Read more


24Oct
The Story Only I Can Tell: William Yang
24 October

William Yang is internationally renowned for his poignant storytelling exploring diversity, belonging & travel. Yang connects with audiences around Australia & the world through his intimate photographs & observations of events & people around him.  Read more

25 Oct
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26 Oct
Hudson & Halls Live!
25 October to 26 October

Long before Masterchef & MKR there was Hudson & Halls. In the closet with the door wide open, Peter Hudson and David Halls were NZ’s original great gay love story. Be transported to a 1980s TV studio for big laughs and very questionable cooking.  Read more

25Oct
Cheese
25 October

Cheese is an epic journey from grass to milk to stringy, chewy, stretchy, rubbery, crumbly delicious cheese. Java Dance brings you their signature brand of delicious dance, live music & theatre.  Read more

25Oct
The Creamery
25 October

Enter the world of cheese making where artisans compete to create the finest slice of cheese. Java brings you their immersive style of dance, live music & theatre.   Read more


25Oct
Thomas Oliver
25 October

Winner of the 2016 prestigious APRA Silver Scroll Award and internationally recognised for his slide guitar-playing skills, tender vocals and engaging demeanour on stage, Thomas Oliver plays a distinctive blend of roots, soul, folk and electronic music.  Read more

25 Oct
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29 Oct
Original Art Expo
25 October to 29 October

Original Art Expo with approximately 70 artists and over 300 artworks for sale.  Read more

26Oct
The Orchid & The Crow
26 October

Reflecting on Daniel’s real-life experiences, The Orchid & The Crow is a solo performance that’s part storytelling, part cabaret, part theatre, & features original songs from the award-winning writers of Die Roten Punkte.  Read more

27 Oct
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28 Oct
Sunny Ray And The Magnificent Moon
27 October to 28 October

Sunny Ray and the Magnificent Moon will delight audiences with their theatrical musical. One bedtime Sunny Ray breaks all the rules and doesn’t go to sleep…find out what happens when the Sun and the Moon stay up all night together!  Read more


27Oct
Contrast
27 October

A double-bill of exceptional new dance work from Footnote New Zealand Dance, Contrast is the combination of two distinct choreographic voices, Sarah Foster-Sproull (Auckland, New Zealand) and Emma Murray (Bern, Switzerland).  Read more

27 Oct
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28 Oct
New Zealand Mountain Film Festival 2017
27 October to 28 October

The 2017 New Zealand mountain film festival was held in Wanaka & Queenstown from 28 June – 7 July this year.  Read more

28Oct
Rock Fest 2017
28 October

Mt Maunganui's annual Rock Fest, held at the fantastic Totara St venue. A total of 8 bands will be performing, with all profits going to the local Cancer Society.  Read more

28Oct
Big Daddy Wilson and Band
28 October

Big Daddy Wilson performs a mélange of blues, spiritual, roots, soul and reggae. Come and get in the mood and be healed by Big Daddy Wilson, joined by his full band from Europe, to close the festival.  Read more


28Oct
Scarlet Foxgloves: Karyn Hay & Lindsey Dawson
28 October

Last year saw the publication of not one but two historical novels largely set in 19th century Tauranga. Join Karyn Hay (The March of the Foxgloves) and Lindsey Dawson (Scarlet & Magenta) to hear about their research discoveries.  Read more

28Oct
The Great War For NZ: Vincent O'Malley
28 October

The Waikato War was the defining conflict in New Zealand history, says historian Vincent O’Malley in his seminal new work.  Read more

28Oct
New Zealand Wars lecture by Cliff Simons
28 October

To commemorate the first observance of Raa Maumahara, the National Day to commemorate the New Zealand Wars, Tauranga City Library is hosting a lecture by Lieutenant Colonel Cliff Simons.  Read more

28Oct
Our Place to Stand
28 October

Six speakers have 7 minutes each to explore what it means to be a New Zealander.  Read more


28Oct
Sleeps Standing: Witi Ihimaera & Hemi Kelly
28 October

Witi Ihimaera’s new book Sleeps Standing blends fact and fiction about the Battle of Orakau, which took place near Te Awamutu in April 1864.  Read more

28Oct
Ria Hall - Rules Of Engagement
28 October

Ria Hall fuses hip-hop beats and richly layered vocals in English & Te Reo to create an epic soundscape shifting across many genres. Inspired by Henare Taratoa’s ‘Rules of Engagement’, the show & album touches on themes of love, war and revolution.   Read more

29Oct
Paved With Good Intentions
29 October

The world is facing epoch-defining issues and for once New Zealand’s isolation does not make us exempt.  Read more

29Oct
Your Nuts & Bolts: Phil Gifford
29 October

Sports broadcaster and rugby writer Phil Gifford, a survivor of prostate cancer, reckons men need to learn from women that going to a doctor is not a sign of weakness.  Read more


29Oct
Memoirs are made of this: Helene Wong & Witi Ihimaera
29 October

Writer and film critic Helene Wong (Being Chinese) and multi-award-winning novelist Witi Ihimaera (Maori Boy) discuss with Paula Morris the pain and pleasure of writing their recent memoirs.  Read more

29Oct
The BaseUp Omokoroa Coastal Challenge
29 October

Fun family and community Run/Walk/Duathlon event to suit all abilities.  Read more

29Oct
Fiction Boot Camp With Paula Morris
29 October

Join award-winning author Dr Paula Morris for a Fiction Boot Camp, or everything you need to know about writing stories and novels. Since 2003 Dr Morris has taught creative writing in the US, the UK and NZ.  Read more

04Nov
The Great Kiwi Raceday
04 November

A sweet as and exceedingly Kiwi afternoon of racing, entertainment and food.  Read more


05Nov
Mitre 10 Mega Tauranga City to Surf
05 November

Make sure you are part of the largest fun run/walk in the Bay of Plenty.   Read more

07Nov
Rotary Melbourne Cup Charity Carnival Event
07 November

After a sell out event last year, the Rotary Club of Tauranga – Te Papa is back again this year to promote our Melbourne Cup luncheon as a fundraiser for two very special organisations – Cure Kids and The Alzheimer’s Society.   Read more

12Nov
Bay of Plenty Walk 2 D'Feet MND
12 November

Participate to raise funds and awareness for people with Motor Neurone Disease  Read more

13Nov
Dublin’s Irish Tenors & The Celtic Ladies
13 November

Dublin’s Irish Tenors and The Celtic Ladies are combing to present a beautiful concert at Baycourt in November. With wonderful harmonies and lilting melodies, listen in amazement as these talented singers take you on a breath-taking musical journey.  Read more


14Nov
NZMEB presents Michael Houstoun
14 November

The NZMEB proudly presents its patron and acclaimed concert pianist Michael Houstoun.  Read more

16Nov
Isla Grant in concert
16 November

Following her 2015 triumphant sell out performances, Scotland’s legendary singer/song writer Isla Grant returns to New Zealand with exciting new songs - plus her extensive repertoire of most loved music.  Read more

17Nov
KELVIN CRUICKSHANK – LIVE!
17 November

By popular demand New Zealand medium Kelvin Cruickshank returns to Baycourt with his live show. Passing on messages from people who have died and are in spirit is what Kelvin was put on earth to do. Event is R18.   Read more

18Nov
Tauranga Christmas at the Races
18 November

Soak up the party atmosphere at Tauranga’s Christmas at the Races!  Read more


18Nov
Saturday Night Fever – The Musical
18 November

The greatest dancefloor musical of all time, Saturday Night Fever, will tour arenas and theatres in New Zealand this November and December.  Read more

19Nov
Tinman Triathlon
19 November

Come race the Iconic Tinman Triathlon in the exciting & beautiful surroundings of the Mount  Read more

25Nov
Rise Dance Company - 10 year showcase
25 November

This year Rise Dance Company is celebrating 10 years of dancing in the Bay of Plenty. Watch 800 talented students of all ages display their love of dance through various styles – Jazz, Hip Hop, Acro and Contemporary.  Read more

25Nov
Tauranga ZEE Night Market
25 November

Awesome arrangement of New Arts, Crafts and small business Market for local and beyond   Read more


25 Nov
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26 Nov
Tauranga Vintage Festival
25 November to 26 November

Join us for a two-day celebration of a bygone era, a time when fashion was slow and things were built to last  Read more

30 Nov
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01 Dec
The Collective Christmas Bash 2017
30 November to 01 December

The Project Collective presents the inaugural Collective Christmas Bash 2017. A completely unique event, that brings people together to celebrate a successful year – with little, to no organising on your behalf.   Read more

01 Dec
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02 Dec
Summer Christmas Party with Shane Cortese & the 8-Track Band
01 December to 02 December

Are you in charge of looking after this year's work Christmas party? Its not too soon to start thinking about.  Read more

01Dec
Distortion - A Night of Underground Music
01 December

Distortion - Spring Edition: Part 1/4   Read more


08Dec
Operatunity Presents: Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
08 December

Music conjures up both the magic and madness of Christmas. Operatunity presents much loved Christmas favourites, both old and new as our show is filled with the sights and sounds of Christmas.   Read more

12Dec
Nanogirl Live! in Engineering Magic
12 December

Join Nanogirl and Boris her trusty lab assistant for science as you have never seen it before!  Read more

15Dec
Tauranga Christmas at the Races
15 December

Soak up the party atmosphere at Tauranga’s Christmas at the Races!  Read more

16Dec
A Night Before Christmas
16 December

A community Christmas event in Bethlehem, Tauranga - a special place to Celebrate Christmas.  Read more


02Jan
Bay Dreams 2018
02 January

Bay Dreams - presented by ZM - returns on January 2, 2018 with an impressive line-up, firming up its reputation as ‘the summer music festival you just can’t miss’.  Read more

11Jan
Six60 with Nico & Vinz - The New Waves World Tour
11 January

Six60 are teaming up with Norwegian duo Nico & Vinz for The New Waves World Tour - taking the two acts across Europe in October and November, before heading downunder for four massive New Zealand dates in January.  Read more

13Jan
ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2018 – New Zealand v West Indies
13 January

New Zealand is hosting the ICC Under19 Cricket World Cup 2018. Make sure you come and see the future stars of cricket, entry is free!  Read more

14Jan
ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2018 – New Zealand v West Indies
14 January

New Zealand is hosting the ICC Under19 Cricket World Cup 2018. Make sure you come and see the future stars of cricket, entry is free!  Read more


16Jan
ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2018 – New Zealand v West Indies
16 January

New Zealand is hosting the ICC Under19 Cricket World Cup 2018. Make sure you come and see the future stars of cricket, entry is free!  Read more

17Jan
ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2018 – New Zealand v West Indies
17 January

New Zealand is hosting the ICC Under19 Cricket World Cup 2018. Make sure you come and see the future stars of cricket, entry is free!  Read more

19Jan
ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2018 – New Zealand v West Indies
19 January

New Zealand is hosting the ICC Under19 Cricket World Cup 2018. Make sure you come and see the future stars of cricket, entry is free!  Read more

20Jan
ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2018 – New Zealand v West Indies
20 January

New Zealand is hosting the ICC Under19 Cricket World Cup 2018. Make sure you come and see the future stars of cricket, entry is free!  Read more


20Jan
Port of Tauranga Half
20 January

The 2018 Port of Tauranga Half is one of the longest running and most popular triathlon events in New Zealand.  Read more

20Jan
Under Armour Mount Run
20 January

Join in the fun at the Mount Festival of Multisport and enter the Under Armour Mount Run.  Read more

20Jan
Enduro Long Distance Triathlon
20 January

We are super excited to announce that for the first time ever at the Mount Festival of Multisport 2018, there will be a Long Distance Triathlon Event.  Read more

27 Jan
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28 Jan
One Love 2018
27 January to 28 January

One Love returns in January 2018, with a line-up that’s fitting of the festival’s reputation as one of summer’s best and brightest events.   Read more


28Jan
Blackcaps v Pakistan - 3rd T20
28 January

International Cricket is the epitome of the NZ summer experience.   Read more

03Feb
ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2018 – New Zealand v West Indies (final)
03 February

New Zealand is hosting the ICC Under19 Cricket World Cup 2018. Make sure you come and see the future stars of cricket, entry is free!  Read more

09 Feb
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11 Feb
Mount Zoukfest
09 February to 11 February

Celebrating our diversity.  Read more

17 Feb
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18 Feb
The Extravaganza Fair
17 February to 18 February

Roll up. Roll up. Roll up!  Read more


25Feb
Generation Homes Women’s Triathlon 2018
25 February

With a 400m Swim, a 10km cycle and 4 km walk or run – this event is all about participation and achieving realistic goals.  Read more

02Mar
Distortion - A Night of Underground Music
02 March

Distortion - Spring Edition: Part 1/4   Read more

10Mar
Banana Boat New Zealand Ocean Swim Series - Generation Homes Sand to Surf
10 March

An ocean swim event for all ages & abilities – 2.6km, 1km, 500m and ‘OceanKids’ 200m.  Read more

01Jun
Distortion - A Night of Underground Music
01 June

Distortion - Spring Edition: Part 1/4   Read more