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Plans / Projects 12 Dec 2018

Aotea Centre to close for refurbishment

The Aotea Centre will close for refurbishment in October.

Music 16 Nov 2018

Auckland City of Music strategy launched

A new strategy will outline the benefits of being a City of Music and a plan to develop Auckland as a music city.

Arts 4 Sep 2018

Stand Up Stand Out 2018 winners announced

SUSO 2018 has delivered another year of exceptional talent.

Theatre / Performance 30 Aug 2018

Performing arts workshops inspire the next generation

A free afterschool programme is teaching singing, acting and rapping to young people across Auckland.

Educational 22 Aug 2018

Do you know what a harpsichord is?

Don’t worry if you don't: we find out from harpsichord master Robert Petre.

Arts 6 Jun 2018

Aucklanders value the arts, research shows

Research shows participation in the arts is at the highest level recorded in Auckland.

Free 23 May 2018

Read this month: Top 10 Music Books List

Stuck for reading inspiration?

Arts 23 Apr 2018

NZ Music Month: Musicians strike a note in Albert-Eden-Roskill

Auckland Libraries and Mt. Eden Village Centre Hall are celebrating NZ Music Month with young artists.

Events82 Results

17 Mar 2022

Ihirangaranga

Bringing together taonga puoro, live music, spoken word, and real-time painting in a multimedia performance.

17 Mar 2022 - 26 Mar 2022

Live Live Cinema: Night of the Living Dead

George Romero’s 1968 cult classic like you’ve never experienced before: immaculately choreographed and made live.

18 Mar 2022

Full Moon Folk Ball

The social dance event of the year returns, celebrating humanity and connection.

18 Mar 2022

imugi 이무기 + Hans.

A double-bill of silky smooth electronic pop and laid-back, feel-good hip-hop.

18 Mar 2022

Truthbombs: Auckland Sux!

A blistering evening of stand-up, music, poetry and live interviews from a collection of Auckland’s strongest voices.

18 Mar 2022 - 20 Mar 2022

Auckland Pasifika Festival 2022

Round up your whānau and friends, pack a picnic blanket and come along to enjoy this free, family-friendly festival.

18 Mar 2022 - 20 Mar 2022

Seranades by Deborah Wai Kapohe

Acclaimed soprano Deborah Wai Kapohe returns to Aotearoa stages with a fresh look at the 19th century practice of self-accompanying operatic arias with guitar.

19 Mar 2022

Celebrating Cultures

Bringing people together to experience, share, learn and enjoy the value and vibrancy of our multicultural community.