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Spend was more than double that seen for the 2015 event.
Naming rights signed for five years, extendable for another five.
A post-lockdown domestic events strategy played a key role in driving demand within New Zealand but Australia is now the “next big frontier”.
Cyclorama e-bike festival set to go ahead on 13-14 November 2021.
New Zealand International Science Festival and New Zealand Masters Games get funds to improve marketing power.
Sports, stage shows and a smorgasbord of food festivals in New Zealand’s largest city.
Hanmer Springs will hold its first Winter Festival next month.
Winter welcome party event, skiing documentary premiere to mark opening of new facility.
Christchurch and Nelson also win awards.
Seven Queenstown art galleries will come alive for a late-night special every Thursday as part of a new weekly initiative to kickstart the town’s art sector.
Funding reprioritized as not committed through a contestable process.
Event set to feature 149 NZ companies and 66 Australia hosted buyers.
Ticket holders can try samples and get a full size bar each.
The free event will be held at Te Rauparaha Arena on Saturday 12 June.
Deal set to provide major economic boost for Taranaki economy.
Go Live will be held 24 July, tickets cost $10 for admission to all events.
Industry panel to discuss making tourism more inclusive to Kiwis.
Inaugural country music festival to be held 29 May until 6 June in Gore.
Pasifika Festival in Auckland, ARONUI Indigenous Arts Festival in Rotorua, Te Ata in Porirua and Tīrama Mai Festival in Christchurch tapped.
Applications open until 30 November 2021 for business events held between September 2021 and March 2022.
The next Open Christchurch festival is set for 30 April-1 May 2022
Local iwi charitable trust Mana Tahuna hosted a ‘kia tau’ ceremony as a “big hug” for the Queenstown community on Sunday 16 May.
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The Go with Tourism Expo tour across the nation has begun, with the first tour in Christchurch running from 13-15 May.
Queenstown’s annual light festival LUMA will be ticketed for the first time this year and will cost $5.
The COBE agency will be introduced to industry at BEIA’s MEETINGS event in Auckland.
Aims to help small businesses in tourism industry better respond to impacts of Covid-19.
Festival to showcase cultural and culinary delights from 14 July – 1 August.
Informational workshop to be held, applications to close 8 June.
Guided tasting sessions to be offered, tickets on sale 24 May.
The festival aims to raise awareness about waka hourua and their voyages to reconnect with ancestral homelands.
Wairakei Resort Taupo is hosting 400 health professionals for the annual National Rural Health Conference.
The new Tīrama Mai event will feature lighting installations, projections and illuminated artworks within the central city and the seaside suburb from Friday 25 June until Saturday 10 July.
Great South has allocated $287,500 to 11 events across Fiordland and Southland in its first deployment of the government’s regional events fund.
The inaugural event aims to promote business opportunities for Māori organisations.
The Dutch community will celebrate the first-ever ‘Dutch Week’ in New Zealand from Saturday 24 April.
Hospitality New Zealand and the New Zealand Chefs Association are to host the inaugural New Zealand Hospitality Summit and trade show in September.
The airshow, set to take place on 16-17 April 2022, will be headlined by a Polikarpov I-16 Russian WWII fighter aircraft.
Applications for Queenstown Lakes District Council’s annual events fund are open with “special consideration” being placed on sustainability.
Runners, walkers, cyclists and international competitors have been invited to take part in a virtual race that runs the length of New Zealand.
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.
The New Zealand Parachute Federation National Competition will take place at Skydive Auckland this month.
The Southern Lakes Events Investment Panel has opened applications for its Business Events Incentive Scheme.
Boating, sports, food and arts events have secured funding from Destination Coromandel’s $80,000 Signature Events Marketing Fund.
The annual Wānaka A&P Show drew approximately 45,000 people to the two-day event.
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 Van Gogh Alive immersive exhibition has extended its shows in Christchurch and will be opening ahead of time in Auckland to serve demand.
The Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment Simon Upton will launch this year’s Tourism Policy School.
Ōtautahi Pride Festival will go ahead with some events cancelled or postponed due to current Covid alert levels.