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Kaitoke Regional Park will host Whānau Summer Day this Saturday 16 January.
Auckland’s Captain Cook and Marsden Wharves will host this year’s Auckland Lantern Festival.
The Government will invest $3.75m in a North Island tourism alliance aimed at developing events for visitors along the Thermal Explorer Highway.
The bid to international choir organisation Interkultur was backed by $7m from the Government’s Major Events Fund.
Auckland Live’s free inner-city festival Summer in the Square is returning to Aotea Square to coincide with the America’s Cup.
Food trucks and mobile shops can operate provided it was part of a permitted wider event.
Professional Conference Organisers, event planners, regional tourism organisations and other key players from New Zealand’s business events sector came together for the first official function of the year, BE Reconnected.
Running from Wednesday to Sunday, the festival draws hot rod, classic car, caravan and motorcycle enthusiasts to the area.
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Kāpiti Arts Trail weekends are as popular as ever with locals and visitors to the district, says Kāpiti Coast District Council mayor K Gurunathan.
Ziptrek Ecotours’ Treehouse Sessions music event will return this November.
Transport World’s 2021 George Begg Classic Speedfest has been cancelled due to the ongoing Covid-19 crisis.
Feast Marlborough will feature a series of food and beverage events over summer to help offset the impact of Covid-19 on the region’s economy.
Weta Workshop Unleashed and the All Blacks Experience will be among 70 Auckland-wide exhibitors at the Discover Auckland Travel Expo next week.
Semi Permanent Aotearoa will return to Auckland Aotea Centre on 12 November 2020, and for the first time, will be free to attend.
Ruapehu mayor Don Cameron is calling on the region’s businesses to ensure people use the COVID Tracer app during this weekend’s Mardi Gras.
Next year’s New Zealand Golf Open has been cancelled due to ongoing Covid-19 uncertainty.
The annual Oamaru Victorian Heritage Celebrations will go ahead this November, however it will be a scaled back affair due to the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Covid-19 precautions meant that this year the festival would not feature the traditional gathering in Aotea Square
The biggest stimulus for the city’s visitor economy will come from major and business events, says ChristchurchNZ.
ATEED will host the Discover Auckland Travel Expo next month to showcase the region to locals.
Naturally West Coast Food 2020 would run over the month of November and feature signature dishes from local restaurants and cafés.
A new wine and food festival has been announced for Wānaka, taking place over Otago Anniversary weekend next year.
The hard-hit industry breathes a collective sigh of relief over Auckland’s impending return to alert level 1.
Originally set for November, festival organiser Trent Yeo said moving it back a few months reflected feedback from interested participants.
Wanaka has launched a new event, Toi, in a bid to champion its creative sector.
Hamilton City Council has taken part in a global day of action designed to support those in the struggling events sector.
Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development will launch a new summer festival, Summernova, coinciding with next year’s America’s Cup.
Hobbiton Movie Set marked International Hobbit Day with a sold-out event for 300 people.
The hard-hit events and hospitality sectors warn it may be too late for some.
Nine new events have been added to the Elemental AKL festival line up.
Tourism Export Council of New Zealand’s Xmas Symposium 2020 has been confirmed for 2 December 2020 at Heritage Auckland.
Gilliland said the approach resulted in “pathetically small” support for already-strong domestic tourism-centric regions.
The $19m support for Auckland and Northland from the Government’s Regional Events Fund was a welcome “shot in the arm”, says Auckland mayor Phil Goff.
Waitangi Treaty Grounds is running a number of events from the 14-21 September celebrating Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori, Māori Language Week.
Nine RTO alliances and TIA’s TRENZ have secured millions in funding.
The Kāpiti Food Fair is hoping to go ahead thanks to a $25,000 grant from the Government’s Domestic Events Fund and $10,000 from Kāpiti Coast District Council.
The events industry saw more than half of all events for 2020 – some 20,000 gatherings worth an estimated $570m to the economy – cancelled or postponed due to the Covid-19 outbreak, according to a new survey.
Carterton District Council has cancelled the 2020 Daffodil Festival due the Government announcement on Friday that New Zealand will remain in Covid-19 alert level 2 until at least 16 September.
Hawke’s Bay Tourism facilitated the F.A.W.C! programme twice a year on behalf of the region’s food and wine industries.
Among the 200 events supported are Conventions & Incentives New Zealand’s MEETINGS
Tourism Central Otago has launched its annual month-long food and wine event.
The Government has launched its Pasifika Festivals Initiative, which will provide funds to help Pasifika events recover from the impact of Covid-19.
Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development is seeking volunteers for the America’s Cup.
This year’s Hastings Blossom Festival has been postponed due to the new lockdown levels imposed by the Government following the latest outbreak of Covid-19.
The East Waikato Careers and Employers Expo and face-to-face component of the Matariki Awards have been cancelled.
The Government has re-affirmed its commitment to supporting the hosting of the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup, which the ICC has delayed from 2021 to 2022.
Lake Wānaka Tourism and Winter Games NZ will together host an outdoor film event showcasing the town’s mountain culture and the final event of the Winter Games NZ Obsidian.
The festival from ATEED features more than 30 free and ticketed events showcasing the region’s food, music and arts.
Wellington mayor Andy Foster said Wellington retained its major events funding at pre-Covid levels in order to invest in events that would bring visitors into the city.