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The final 2023 round of submissions for the Northland Regional Events Fund have now opened.
Beervana will return to Wellington’s Sky Stadium on 23 and 24 August 2024.
A diving event due to be held in Auckland this month has been postponed to respect a rāhui put in place from the ongoing effects of a sinkhole and waste discharging into the Waitematā Harbour.
New Zealand’s largest outdoor art event is returning to Auckland’s Fort Takapuna this weekend.
Up to 100,000 people could line the streets of Auckland’s central city this weekend for the Diwali Festival, according to Tātaki Auckland Unlimited.
Applications for the next Mackenzie Regional Events Fund open tomorrow, 1 November, for events to be held in 2024 between 1 February and 31 December.
More than 14,000 people are expected to put their best feet forward for the Auckland Marathon this weekend.
The Skoda Cycling NZ Schools National Mountain Bike Championships earlier this month attracted around 1,400 people, including close to 500 riders.
The Raglan Arts Weekend is returning to the beachside town for its 13th year over Labour Weekend.
More than 50,000 people are expected to attend the Armageddon festival at Auckland Showgrounds over Labour Weekend.
The New Zealand Events Association has opened public nominations for New Zealand’s Favourite Event.
Thousands of athletes and supporters from New Zealand and overseas will descend on Taupō next month for the 45th anniversary of the Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge.
The Farmers Santa Parade in Auckland is back for its 90th year.
The Meatstock Festival’s food, music, and barbecue is coming to Mystery Creek Events Centre in Hamilton.
Tauranga is lining up for an economic boost this summer from a varied lineup of events, music and entertainment.
Close to 1,000 people descended on Auckland’s Commercial Bay on Saturday for the Solstice Fashion Show.
The government is contributing $5m to the future of Supercars events in New Zealand.
The Wellington Heritage Festival is set to showcase Te Whanganui-a-Tara and the region’s multicultural history once again.
But delegate numbers remain as strong as ever, say business events leaders.
Art is returning to Auckland CBD as part of Heart of the City’s Artweek In The City event next month.
Festival organisers need to be able to manage their response to extreme weather events as summers are increasingly plagued by flooding and heatwaves.
Around 20,000 people are expected to visit Tauranga for the Zespri AIMS Games from 2 – 8 September.
Last season saw an oversupply of events, which hurt ticket sales.
Wellington will be hosting fireworks, footy, foodie events and films over the coming months, with a lot to follow its hosting of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023.
Napier’s Winter Deco Festival is an international affair this year, with ticket sales attracting visitors from the United States and Australia.
Prime Minister Chris Hipkins says the FIFA Women’s World Cup is a big opportunity for New Zealand tourism.
The FIFA Women’s World Cup could bring more than 12,500 international travellers to and around Waikato during the tournament, according to Hamilton & Waikato Tourism.
A new Rotorua festival targeting marathon lovers aims to attract 3,000 people at its first event on 10-11 November.
The Sail Grand Prix generated $13.9m for Christchurch’s regional economy and contributed to total visitor spend of $8.1m, according to the event’s organiser.
Up to $70,000 is on offer for initiatives through Coromandel Regional Events Fund when it opens for applications next week.
Hokitika’s Junk2Funk wearable arts event is going national, with registration open to people all over the country and a month-long exhibition at the Hokitika Heritage Park.
Southern venues are seeing significant growth thanks to increased investment and development.
The largest agricultural event in Southern Hemisphere attracted just over 105,000 attendees over its four days.
Upper Hutt City Council is now accepting applications from local event organisers to support a range of diverse events in the city.
The Napier Art Deco Trust is gearing up for a special Winter Deco festival in July.
The Auckland Writers Festival has attracted 60,000 attendees and 180 writers at its event in May.
The Mackenzie Regional Events Fund has now opened for applications.
The Tauranga Western Bay Community Event Fund has received an additional boost, bringing the total 2023/24 grant pool to $900,000.
New Plymouth District Council’s Community Events Grant has delivered a $12,000 boost for the Waitara Night Markets.
Queenstown Airport is getting behind a new pilot project to make the LUMA Southern Light Project more accessible.
The Ticker talks to Karen Hamilton, New Zealand director of events firm ICMS Australasia.
The 2022/2023 TSB Festival of Lights delivered an $8.3m injection into Taranaki’s economy over summer.
The Auckland Home Show attracted tens of thousands of visitors and more than 300 exhibitors at its first show in three years.
Techweek is returning to regions around New Zealand this May to showcase homegrown innovation and technology.
Auckland Showgrounds will host around 40,000 visitors for this year’s winter Home Show in April.
Armageddon Expo is introducing a new talent quest event in Auckland, to be held in conjunction with its annual expo in the city.
The Queenstown Lakes District Council’s contestable annual events fund is now open to organisers.
A new business events advocate programme called Tūwhana has launched in Ōtautahi Christchurch, with the city’s mayor, Phil Mauger, the patron of the initiative.
An estimated 120,000 visited Wellington’s CubaDupa festival over the weekend, an audience on par with similar crowds seen at the event in 2021.
The three top major events between September and January attracted 90,000 Aucklanders and 39,000 domestic and international visitors.