Go ALL Out in New Zealand

Embrace the vibrancy of New Zealand from live music, arts, sports and culture.

For full event details and to confirm location, timing and availability, please check with each event organiser.

TE PAPA, WELLINGTON 12 JUNE - 31 OCTOBER

Surrealist Art


See a world-famous collection of Surrealist masterpieces from Rotterdam’s Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen. Surrealism launched in Paris in 1924 – playful, provocative, shocking. In this exhibition, you’ll encounter 180 surrealist works, from paintings and photographs to books, sculpture, and film.

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AUCKLAND MUSEUM, 7 JULY - 25 OCTOBER 2021

Sea Monsters Exhibition at Auckland Museum


When dinosaurs ruled the land, giant marine reptiles hunted the depths of the sea. With over 70 displays featuring prehistoric ocean predators. You’ll see real fossils from millions of years ago, along with gigantic replicas including a 13-metre long Elasmosaur and 9-metre long Prognathodon.

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SPARK ARENA, 4 DECEMBER

Synthony Auckland

Synthony will be back as part of the Elemental Festival for one night only.  A truly unique and immersive experience, Synthony is a celebration of the last 30 years of electronic dance music, backed by the full might of a large-scale full orchestra, directed by the precision of the conductor, spine-tingling vocalists and world-class DJs, accompanied by dynamic lighting and visual show.

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AUCKLAND

Auckland Travel Guide

The city of Auckland is alive and full of adventure. From stunning scenery to delicious dinners and everything in-between, there's plenty to discover in this iconic, New Zealand city.

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CHRISTCHURCH 

Things to do in Christchurch

While the South Island's largest city is the perfect jumping-off point for any kind of holiday, Christchurch itself is home to world-class cuisine, the very best in contemporary shopping, exciting activities on land and sea, and a vibrant nightlife. Whether you're after family-friendly activities with the kids in tow, thrilling adventures with a bunch of mates, or an urban break with your partner checking out the galleries and museums, you'll find plenty of things to do in Christchurch.

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WELLINGTON

Wellington's Best Coffee Haunts 

Whether you’re grabbing one to-go, catching up with friends or pouring over a good book, these are the cafés you need to be visiting. Wellington prides itself on its ability to produce a great tasting flat-white. And with cafés on almost every street corner, it’s certainly clear that Wellingtonians love their coffee. They now boast well over a dozen roasteries within the city and 300+ cafes in the greater region.

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NOVOTEL NEW PLYMOUTH, SOLD OUT

SOLD OUT - Puanga Dinner with Martin Bosley for Matariki


Haere mai to an exclusive wine and kaimoana dinner. Puanga precedes the appreance of Matariki and is celebrated by the local Taranaki iwi prior to the Maori New Year. In partnership with Kono, the dinner will celebrate this time of year with an immersive gastronomic 5-course feast with matching Tohu wines and hosted by one of NZ's finest chefs, Martin Bosley.

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WAIKATO MUSEUM, 9 OCTOBER - 16 JANUARY

Thanks from Iso Exhibition

The final stop for the exhibition, Thanks from Iso will be at Waikato Museum.  Here you can immerse yourself in the journey of managed isolation brought to life by renowned artist, Ruby Jones.

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TSB ARENA, 2 OCTOBER 2021

Synthony Wellington

Synthony No.3 brings you a brand new show celebrating the fusion of electronic dance music, live orchestra, DJs,  Vocalists and visuals.

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WESTERN SPRINGS, 4 DECEMBER

Outerfields 2021 

The event proudly boasts an incredible live music line up headlined by BENEE and Fat Freddy’s Drop and also features Aldous Harding, The Beths, Ladyhawke, Montell2099, Paige, Church & AP, Harper Finn, LAIIKA and DJ Benny Salvador. The day promises to cater to music fans of all stripes, mixing many of this country’s most acclaimed musical exports alongside the freshest names on the scene plus a varied selection of Auckland food vendors and local art installations.

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