Celebrate Waitangi Day in Tāmaki Makaurau

Publish Date : 11 Dec 2023
Waitangi Ki Manukau powhiri image

Waitangi Day, commemorated on February 6th, holds great significance in New Zealand as a day to reflect on the Treaty of Waitangi.

Whether you like to spend the day at home with whānau or get out and about, spend Waitangi Day in Tāmaki Makaurau to learn more about our national day.

Waitangi ki Manukau

Te Kaunihera o Tāmaki Makaurau / Auckland Council and Manukau Urban Māori Authority (MUMA) are thrilled to announce the return of Waitangi ki Manukau for 2024 with a stellar line-up including Savage, Che Fu & The Kratez, Annie Crummer, Rei and more!

This Waitangi Day, head to Manukau Sports Bowl for this free whānau-friendly event to hear some great live tunes, experience the Māori cultural heritage of Tāmaki Makaurau and learn more about our national day.

This year, Waitangi ki Manukau makes a welcome return to Manukau Sports Bowl to take advantage of the great outdoor space and to celebrate the role of Manukau in the signing of Te Tiriti o Waitangi 184 years ago.

Start the day with pōwhiri, enjoy spectacular live music, and take in the culture, te reo Māori, kōrero and kai in the heart of Manukau to learn more about the impact of the Treaty on our everyday lives.

There are plenty of free, fun activities at Waitangi ki Manukau, so be sure to get the whole whānau along!

Waitangi @ Waititi

Peter Garrett

Peter Garrett

Te Whanau o Waipareira is proud to present Waitangi @ Waititi 2024 – for free!

Head to Parrs Park in Glen Eden this Waitangi Day for another spectacular concert, featuring Midnight Oil frontman and indigenous rights campaigner Peter Garrett and his group The Alter Egos.

Held next to Hoani Waititi Marae, the line-up also includes Kora, Katchafire, Black Seeds, Aaradhna, Tiki Taane, Tomorrow People and more!

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