Next week, any one of these artists could be the new Lorde. These songbirds have soared their way above 700 hopefuls to perform in the final of Auckland Council’s Stand Up Stand Out.
Most people know that rates help pay for the council to collect rubbish, maintain roads and look after our parks. But did you know that rates also help fund many other things that make Auckland a great place to live?
Sean Taylor is a library assistant at Auckland Central Library. He tells us what he encountered at the You and I Experience, a free event happening there in celebration of NZ Music Month.
Dance and music group Pukepuke o’ Tonga will perform an album based on the mythical poetry of the late Queen Sālote Tupou III at Mangere Arts Centre on Saturday 8 April.
The sounds of the Pacific and a little bit of homegrown country will be on show at the the World Masters Games entertainment hub on Queens Wharf in April.
Adele weekend saw record numbers for both ticket sales and public transport in Auckland.
Discover free live events and performances at your local Auckland Council art centre.
The council is extremely disappointed to see and hear about the poor behaviour from a number of the attendees at George in the Park, says Events Manager David Burt.
Wellington quartet Bakers Eddy are fast making a name for themselves on New Zealand’s rock scene.
The holidays are winding down and January is on its way out, but it’s not all doom and gloom with these free, fun events in Auckland.