Troy Kingi will headline celebrations as the Federal Street party on 12 July sings and dances Matariki Festival to a close.
Discover the ancient meaning of kites in Māori culture at a free Manu Aute Kite Day event on 29 June.
Matariki Festival dawns with moving karanga, karakia, waiata and kotahitanga (unity).
A mural celebrating Matariki will be brought to life on 22 and 23 June.
Auckland's Matariki Festival is a chance to experience something new.
Matariki Festival 2019 starts on 22 June and runs until 14 July in Tāmaki Makaurau.
Check out the Matariki Festival 2019 programme, with events running throughout Auckland until 14 July.
We've picked out some of the highlights coming up in Matariki Festival 2019.
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