What's On in April

Top things to do in the city centre this April
You are us

On Saturday April 13 in Auckland and Wednesday April 17 in Christchurch the New Zealand music industry will come together to present two concert events YOU ARE US/AROHA NUI to raise funds and donate all proceeds from ticket sales to the Our People, Our City fund which was set up by the Christchurch Foundation helping those affected by the Christchurch terror attacks.

Champagne Garden by Perrier-Jouët

Iconic Champagne House, Perrier-Jouët, is bringing the beauty and wonderment of nature to Auckland’s Euro Bar & Restaurant this April with a luxurious, new Champagne Garden. 

Gypsy Fest

Following the festive filled summer of 2019, La Zeppa invites you to ride the last wave of Summers peak - with an afternoon stacked with live music, giant games, festivities, all your favourite cocktails and more.

The Goblin Market

A critically acclaimed contemporary circus, precariously balanced with gritty performances and candid storytelling.

Mad Hatter's High Tea

Don’t be late for a very important date! You are invited to the bonkers and brilliant world of the Mad Hatter‘s High Tea at Stamford Plaza Auckland hotel.

Coley & Punch meets Wild Turkey Longbranch

With the winter nights drawing in, Wild Turkey bourbon whiskey and Auckland waterfront bar Coley & Punch invite you to pull up to the fire and enjoy a special collaboration designed to warm your cockles and whet your appetite.


Hozier is returning to New Zealand for one headlining show

The Big Bike Film Night

Prepare to be inspired! The Big Bike Film Night is on a mission sharing the best cycling short films from around the world with you.

Ocean Film Festival World Tour

Bringing you the world's best ocean films, from both above and below the surface.

Wedding Open Day 2019

Take the first step towards your dream 'I do' scenario with a wedding open day at Rydges Hotel on Sunday 4 April.


Potted Potter

All seven Harry Potter books condensed in to a hilarious 70 minute show. 


After a quarter of a century together, the iconic Boyzone are coming to NZ shores for their farewell tour. 

Soldiers without guns

A world film premiere featuring live performances by Tiki Taane, the New Zealand Defence Force and Bougainville culture groups.

Tim Minchin at ASB Theatre, Aotea Centre

Old Songs, New Songs, F*** You Songs.

Cao Fei, Asia One, 2018, inkjet print, image courtesy of the artist and Creative Vitamin Space

The Gus Fisher Gallery is excited to welcome visitors back through its doors for its most ambitious show to date. With 16 artists from New Zealand, China, Canada and the United States, We’re Not Too Big to Care re-launches the gallery following an ambitious refurbishment to its Grade I listed heritage interior.

The Mousetrap

The ‘whodunit’ masterpiece will play in Auckland at the ASB Waterfront Theatre from 2 April 2019.

A Decorative Bias: Parisian Ties 1919-2019

The exhibition documents 100 years of tie making here in New Zealand through the story of a local tie maker, Parisian Neckwear.


Possessing one of the most streamed voices on the planet, MØ will arrive in New Zealand with her latest album Forever Neverland tucked securely under her arm.

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