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The date has been set for the 44th Lake Taupō Cycle Challenge, which will take place on Saturday 26 November.
Kāpiti Coast District Council’s 2022 Major Event Fund has allocated $200,000 to six events this year.
Elemental AKL has added eight new events to its lineup, to be held in multiple locations across Auckland from 14 – 31 July.
A new food, wine and design festival called INDULGE will light up Auckland’s Wynyard Point and Jellicoe Harbour in March 2023.
The Bed and Breakfast Association of New Zealand is hosting a nationwide roadshow to encourage B&B operators to connect with industry and guests.
Tātaki Auckland Unlimited has signed off on a further 96 applications for events under the Local Activation Fund Programme and Discount Programme, part of the Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland Support Package.
The Rapaura Springs Garden Marlborough is set to return from 3-6 November.
More than 120 events and pop-ups will take place during Visa Wellington On A Plate, on during the month of August.
Ōpōtiki has lined up 19 events for locals and visitors to honour and celebrate Matariki.
More than 3,500 people converged on Northland to attend the sold-out Ngāti Kuri #HīkoiTo100 Music Festival in Awanui, Kaitaia.
For the month of May, participating Auckland restaurants and bars will be celebrating the Eat, Drink, Love Ponsonby 2022.
Te Pae Christchurch Convention Centre showcased Canterbury’s food and culture at an opening event for industry partners.
A water and light show on the Otago Harbour waterfront will herald the inaugural Matariki holiday in Dunedin.
Sixty applicants have been granted just over $5m funding to Māori-led events and resources that raise awareness of te kāhui o Matariki.
Wellington will come alive with Pasifika music, crafts, food, and culture as part of a range of festivities beginning this weekend.
Events, food and entertainment are back on the menu to attract visitors and revive the heart of the city.
Fiordland will host the 11th chapter of the GODZone adventure race from 24 February-4 March 2023.
Coronet Peak has booked Australian hip hop group Hilltop Hoods as the headliner for the launch of the winter Night Ski parties from 27-30 July.
Auckland’s Queen Street, Karangahape Road and other landmarks will be lit up with colour this month as part of the City of Colour art trail.
The Elemental AKL food, culture and creative festival is returning to Auckland from 14-31 July.
Hobbiton Movie Set’s Middle-earth Halfling Marathon near Matamata on Saturday attracted around 2,500 participants and spectators.
Whanganui & Partners has opened funding and support applications for events taking place between 1 July 2022 to 30 June 2023.
The Coronet Peak 75th Celebrations, 97th Masport Cup Regatta, Winter Games, and Warbirds over Wanaka are among the 26 recipients of the latest Southern Lakes Regional Event Fund round.
The Hobbiton Movie Set on the outskirts of Matamata will host the very first Middle-Earth Halfling Marathon on 30 April.
Armageddon is coming back to the Auckland Showgrounds this June 10-12.
7000 visitors are expected to gather in the Wairarapa for this year’s Booktown Karukatea 2022 Festival in Featherston from 8-12 June.
Why one conference picked Ōtautahi Christchurch for its big event.
The new Matariki Arrowtown Lights cultural event will kick off from 24-26 June.
British pop band UB40 is returning to New Zealand for six concerts in Napier, New Plymouth, Matakana, Tauranga, Nelson, and Queenstown.
Great South has approved $142,500 funding for a climbing invitational and a ukulele festival in Te Anau.
Kapa haka festival Te Matatini is celebrating 50 years of the best of Māori performing arts and kaihaka.
The Accommodation Association says it is partnering with Fastrack Digital’s hotel and accommodation event, Maximum Occupancy, to help rebuild the industry.
The government is extending the Arts and Culture Event Support Scheme to cover new and recurring events from 15 June 2022 to 31 January 2023.
The Whakatipu Music Festival will kick off this Easter weekend at Queenstown, offering a range of performances over four days.
Applications are open for Queenstown Lakes District Council’s annual events fund.
TRENZ Hui 2022 will move to an online format due Covid-19 implications.
Up to 100 multi-day international conferences and events are waiting to confirm bookings for NZ, says BEIA.
Despite the welcome news, some say capacity changes to venue caps remain a pain point.
Events are gearing up for a return of crowds, with the Otago Rally re-instating its Octagon start and welcoming back spectators for its 2022 event on 8-10 April.
The Pukaha Wairarapa Garden Tour has named Jen Butler as its new event manager following the departure of Rachael Dell, who managed the tour for the last four years.
he 2022 ASB Polyfest has kicked off in Auckland today at the Manukau Sports Bowl, but crowds won’t be present at this year’s festivities.
The New Zealand Comedy Trust has cancelled its 2022 International Comedy Festival due to ‘mass disruption’ from the spread of Omicron, Covid restrictions, and the level of preparation required to host the live event.
The Kapiti Coast District Council has opened applications for the 2022 Major Events Fund for the region.
The fund offered businesses $5,000 or more for high-profile events that promoted Hamilton and brought economic benefits to the city.
The Flavours of Plenty Festival in the coastal Bay of Plenty will go ahead 7-10 April.
Ed Sheehan will kick off his Australia and New Zealand 2023 tour with shows at Wellington’s Sky Stadium and Auckland’s Eden Park.
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Fieldays 2022 has been postponed due to challenges caused by the Omicron outbreak.
H3 is making preparations to ensure the busy schedule of events across its venues this month is not derailed due to Covid-19 restrictions.
The festivals will be drawcards for visitors to regions that have been hit hard by the lack of international tourists.