Waitangi Day is this Thursday the 6th of February, and 2020 marks 180 years since the first signing of the Tiriti o Waitangi. To fill your day, reflect on, and celebrate this important date in Aotearoa's history, we've listed our...
From Lunar New Year celebrations, a movie festival dedicated to our oceans, to Auckland Pride Festival 2020 and celebrations of love for Valentine's Day. There are so many events to keep you busy this February!
La Longue Table du Chef is back !
International pop sensation MIKA will be performing in New Zealand for the very first time as part of his world tour.
UK hellraisers The Stranglers join forces with Australian-based, Kiwi legends Mi-Sex for what promises to be three electrifying Auckland on 15 February 2020.
Take on the basic techniques of painting with acrylics on canvas in a 2-hour painting session.
Gindulgence Festival is coming to Wynyard Quarter for a day's celebrations of New Zealand's finest craft gins.
In Conversation with Margaret Atwood is a New Zealand premiere literary event spanning the breadth of Atwood’s remarkable career.
The Empress of Soul, Gladys Knight, returns to New Zealand in February 2020.
Enter the South Atrium and encounter a major new site-specific commission by artist John Reynolds titled, The Violet Hour.
Learn about plant-based cooking basics.
Auckland Fringe is a feistily independent open-access arts festival which runs in Auckland for a summery two weeks kicking off in late February.
The whole whānau are invited to this unforgettable Rainbow community celebration.
Celebrate Auckland’s first Pride Festival of a new decade by reclaiming the streets of Tāmaki Makaurau!
Catch all six films and grab one of our specially-themed cocktails to make it a perfect Summer night!
From December to February, kick back on the Aotea Square grass terraces beside the Auckland Town Hall as Summer in the Square returns to the heart of Tāmaki Makaurau.
Four highly immersive presentations by leading international artists from NZ, Switzerland, UK, and USA.
In 2018 we brought you Silo Farm... in 2020 we’re evolving in to a whole zoo!
The APO concert season blasts off with seven minutes of simple, uncomplicated fun, courtesy of Shostakovich’s helter-skelter overture.
Giordano Bellincampi opens the New Zealand Herald Premier Series with a sparkle of trumpets in Bach’s cheerful Suite, which includes the famous ‘Air on the G string’.
PolyX celebrates the richness of a Polynesian culture by telling stories of its diverse history, folk-lore, traditions, culture, myths and legends through their dance, music, arts and crafts and cuisine.
Ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes? Where do the actors wait for their cues? What is a green room? Where is Stage right and Stage left? Can you really be trapped in the trap room?
A wheely cool day dedicated to all things bicycle (plus lots of other cool things on wheels).
Over 40 Lamborghinis, Ferraris and McLarens take over Queen Street. Free entry! Have a look at the most exotic vehicles in the country as they fundraise for Kiwi children living in poverty. Gold coin donations are welcome.