The airshow, set to take place on 16-17 April 2022, will be headlined by a Polikarpov I-16 Russian WWII fighter aircraft.
Queenstown’s winter festival renamed ‘Welcome to Winter’ with full programme available 19 April.
Applications for Queenstown Lakes District Council’s annual events fund are open with “special consideration” being placed on sustainability.
The first round of funding for Ngā Puninga Toi ā-Ahurea me ngā Kaupapa Cultural Installations and Events has opened.
Runners, walkers, cyclists and international competitors have been invited to take part in a virtual race that runs the length of New Zealand.
Registrations for next month’s TRENZ close today.
Funds provided over three years as part of wider arts and culture Covid-19 recovery programme.
Total $105,000 available, with $25,000 for early-stage projects.
The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 tournament games in New Zealand will be held in Auckland, Hamilton, Wellington and Dunedin.
ChristchurchNZ GM of destination and attraction Loren Heaphy says more than 50 events are on the books for Christchurch over the next two years.
Applications for the first round will be accepted until 30 April from conferences, conventions, public trade shows, exhibitions and others.
DOC asks deer hunters to take extra care in key season after two year gap in bid to avoid injuries.
Leaders at the Tourism Policy School look forward to a trans-Tasman bubble but accept tourism will change post-Covid.
A roll call of New Zealand’s top tourism leaders are in Queenstown for the University of Otago’s Tourism Policy School.
The event has helped hotels close to Auckland’s Viaduct but its effect has been limited.
Boating, sports, food and arts events have secured funding from Destination Coromandel’s $80,000 Signature Events Marketing Fund.
50,000 fans will be the first to attend a music performance at the Auckland stadium.
The annual Wānaka A&P Show drew approximately 45,000 people to the two-day event.
A record number of fans flooded into the America’s Cup village with 48,000 visiting on Saturday alone, says Auckland Unlimited.
NZ’s largest annual tourism trade expo will focus on three themes: ‘Revive, Reconnect, Revitalise’.
Two new winter music festivals are to hit southern ski slopes in the same week in September.
Nineteen events are collectively set to attract 72,301 out-of-region visitors and pump an additional $18.4m of visitor spend into the region.
The America’s Cup finals start in Auckland today with the city ready to welcome visitors, says Auckland Unlimited.
Te Pae Christchurch Convention Centre is launching a ‘Taste of Te Pae’ pop-up activation event ahead of the venue’s launch later this year.
The agency has invested $918k to create a unique event for the regatta.
Auckland’s Pasifika Festival has been postponed following the Government’s announcement that Auckland will remain in Covid-19 alert level 2 until at least Friday 12 March.
The Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment Simon Upton will launch this year’s Tourism Policy School.
Event organisers up and down the country have been forced to cancel, postpone or scramble to make changes.
For the second year in a row, one of the city’s flagship events is pulled because of Covid.
Snow Machine festival has sold out its inaugural festival in Queenstown.
A new event to support Southland’s hospitality and accommodation sector and boost the region’s reputation as a food and beverage destination will run from 1 April to 16 May 2021.
A new event aimed at enlivening the on-land viewing experience of the America’s Cup will be held in Devonport.
The Auckland Lantern Festival has been postponed to 4-7 March 2021, due to the region being in Covid-19 alert level 2.
Auckland’s Pride director Max Tweedie is still optimistic about Pride March and Pride Party going ahead on the 27 February.
Napier’s Art Deco Festival has been cancelled due to the ongoing Covid-19 uncertainty.
Events up and down the country have been forced to cancel or impose restrictions after the latest Covid-19 community cases at Auckland.
Kiwi band Six60 says its show on Saturday at Wellington’s Sky Stadium attracted 32,000 fans, bringing its 2021 total tour numbers to around 100,000.
The United States Air Force’s B-52 Stratofortress will feature at the month’s Wings over Wairarapa Air Festival .
The Yealands Classic Fighters Omaka Airshow 2021, Marlborough’s largest multi-day event, will be celebrating its 20th anniversary this year.
Auckland’s annual four-day Lantern Festival celebrating Chinese New Year will be ticketed this year and relocated to the city’s waterfront.
The event was scheduled to run from 8 to 13 March at Queenstown Lakes.
The annual Pureora Forest Park Hunting Competition will return for 2021 after being cancelled last year due to Covid-19.
Investment plans for the government’s $50m Regional Events Fund have been signed off, with nine International Marketing Alliances across the country now ploughing ahead with proposals.
It would be the first major air show in New Zealand for two years.
Enhanced health measures to mitigate Covid-19 risks will be in place at the annual Waitangi festival at the Treaty Grounds this week.
Events included workshops on Te Tiriti and whānau-oriented marae days to performance and children’s activities.
SkyCity Auckland will be hosting a free ’90s themed Federal Street Party this evening to celebrate 25 years in operation.
The Open Day is part of Greater Wellington’s summer programme, which features 24 events across the region.
Creative and cultural event organisers will be able to apply for a funding boost when the Creative and Cultural Events Incubator Fund opens on 1 February.
One of Asia Pacific’s flagship annual business events showcases has been cancelled due to uncertainty wrought by Covid-19 border closures.