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What's on

What's on

Running a marathon, dancing to your favourite music or indulging in street food. Our unique natural environment provides the perfect playground for any event you can imagine. Tauranga features sporting competitions such as Tauranga International Marathon and the AIMS Games, music and arts festivals like the Tauranga Arts Festival and Bay of Plenty Garden & Arts Festival, concerts, cultural and community events, such as Winter Nights Winter Lights, and many more all year-round.

Top picks

Ask our friendly staff at reception for their favourite event happening while you’re here or check out our top tips for your holiday.

Banff International Mountain Film Tour NZ - Tauranga

Banff International Mountain Film Tour NZ - Tauranga

25 May

The best mountain and adventure films from around the world are back in Tauranga for 2019!

Crop Swap

Crop Swap

26 May

Our Crop Swap happens on the fourth Sunday of each month from 9 - 10am. Feel free to bring a little of what you might have in your garden to share.

Matariki night walk at Aongatete Forest Project

Matariki night walk at Aongatete Forest Project

14 Jun

Bring a torch or headlight and learn about tamariki o Tane that are still awake under the Matariki night sky in the Ngahere o Aongatete

Upcoming events

All year round Tauranga hosts a wide range of events, including concerts, sporting matches, live theatre and music, exhibitions, festivals and community events. Find out what’s happening when you’re here.

Anti-heroes: Conscious Cartoonists & Comic Book Creators

Anti-heroes: Conscious Cartoonists & Comic Book Creators

23 Feb to 09 Jun

This exhibition celebrates comic books and cartooning, and the powerfully empathetic way they have of representing the world.

Mega World

Mega World

30 Mar to 09 Jun

Explore the expansive universe of illustration with the Tauranga Art Gallery's 2019 signature show; Mega World. You'll be transported to unknown landscapes populated by strange creatures and unlikely heroes.

Promise and Promiscuity

Promise and Promiscuity

24 May to 25 May

Flushed by six years of success, from Edinburgh to Toronto to a sell-out Nelson Arts Festival, returns Penny Ashton’s collaboration with Jane Austen (deceased).

Captain Pinky's Pirate Toddler Boogie

Captain Pinky

25 May

Arrrrr, calling all ye wee salty scallywags! Come an’ shake ye booty with Captain Pinky and her dancing friends Jolly, Roger and Stinky the Parrot.

Family yoga

Family yoga

25 May

Join us for a fun family yoga class at 3118 Yoga in Papamoa

Tauranga Farmers Market

Tauranga Farmers Market

25 May

Come along to Tauranga Farmers Market, held every Saturday. You'll find delicious coffee, great entertainment and lots of fresh produce!

Retro and Mod sale

Retro and Mod sale

25 May

Vintage and retro heaven mixed with modern. Clothing, fabrics, linen and bric a brac.

Unashamed Tauranga

Unashamed Tauranga

25 May

Kai, entertainment and a powerful message of hope!

Banff International Mountain Film Tour NZ - Tauranga

Banff International Mountain Film Tour NZ - Tauranga

25 May

The best mountain and adventure films from around the world are back in Tauranga for 2019!

Gloria! Vivaldi and Purcell with the Scholars Baroque Aotearoa

Gloria! Vivaldi and Purcell with the Scholars Baroque Aotearoa

25 May to 26 May

Anthems by Purcell plus the delightful Vivaldi "Gloria" performed by the Scholars Baroque Aotearoa and Opus Chamber Orchestra

The Tauranga Plunket Fun Run/Walk 2019

The Tauranga Plunket Fun Run/Walk 2019

26 May

Come down to the Historic Village and run/jog/walk around the beautiful Kopurererua Valley, all to support Plunket!

Crop Swap

Crop Swap

26 May

Our Crop Swap happens on the fourth Sunday of each month from 9 - 10am. Feel free to bring a little of what you might have in your garden to share.

Mount Farmers Market

Mount Farmers Market

26 May

Come along to the Mount Farmers Market, held every Sunday. You'll find great coffee, fresh produce and delicious foods.

Medium Night

Medium Night

27 May

Medium Night with Adelle from Season 1 of Sensing Murder

My name is Moana

My name is Moana

29 May

Join singer and songwriter Moana Maniopoto for a night of music that celebrates out relationship with the ocean. Moana invites audiences on a journey of music, myth and personal anecdotes, discovering and sharing the role the ocean plays in our lives.

Paint and Wine Night - The Scream - Paintvine

Paint and Wine Night - The Scream - Paintvine

29 May

The concept is simple - take a brush in one hand, a drink in the other, now let’s paint a masterpiece!

Jennian Homes New Home Builders' info session

Jennian Homes New Home Builders

30 May

Join our FREE event and learn from the experts on how to make your home building experience a smooth and easy process

Tauranga Farmers Market

Tauranga Farmers Market

01 Jun

Come along to Tauranga Farmers Market, held every Saturday. You'll find delicious coffee, great entertainment and lots of fresh produce!

The Little Big Markets - Mount Maunganui

The Little Big Markets - Mount Maunganui

01 Jun

Head along to The Little Big Markets at Mount Maunganui for a range of delicious food, interesting stalls and live music.

Sexy with ConfiDANCE | The Honest Platter x Remix RT Fitness

Sexy with ConfiDANCE | The Honest Platter x Remix RT Fitness

01 Jun

Want to let your hair down a little? Secure your tickets for a night of dance workshops, real talk, great food and even better company.

Mount Runners and Walkers Half Marathon

Mount Runners and Walkers Half Marathon

02 Jun

Half Marathon, 10 km, 5 km or Kid's Dash, whether you're walking or running, there's something for everyone at the Mount Runners and Walkers Half Marathon.

Mount Farmers Market

Mount Farmers Market

02 Jun

Come along to the Mount Farmers Market, held every Sunday. You'll find great coffee, fresh produce and delicious foods.

High School Musical

High School Musical

05 Jun to 08 Jun

Troy Bolton and Gabriella Montez are from two different worlds: Troy the Basketball God and Gabriella the Smart, Stunning Geek. Can their worlds co-exist happily?

Exhibition: Matariki Hao Tāngata

Exhibition: Matariki Hao Tāngata

07 Jun to 05 Jul

Matariki Hao Tāngata – Matariki, a Remembrance. Māori portraits 1970s – 1990s. A retrospective of black and white photography from Kapua Joy Bennett (Ngāti Ranginui, Te Whānau-ā-Apanui).

Toi Tū Te Wā - Workshop

Toi Tū Te Wā - Workshop

07 Jun

Come join the Toi Tū Te Wā workshop for rangatahi, to develop your musical talent and gain a better understanding of the Matariki kaupapa. The workshop themes are mana, media, music and Matariki.

Exhibition: Ruahine by Michelle Estall

Exhibition: Ruahine by Michelle Estall

07 Jun to 03 Jul

An exhibition of artwork based around contemporary Māori Ruahine, inspired by the writing of Te Iwa Makere Tamaki.

Exhibition: Mātātoa – Mumu Returns

Exhibition: Mātātoa – Mumu Returns

07 Jun to 03 Jul

An exhibition of Taonga Pūoro artist Mumu (Will Moore). Mātātoa, which means to live fearlessly, is the key to how Mumu lives his life, creating pieces of art that move from one state of being to another.

Matariki toi Rahoroi ki Te Papa

Matariki toi Rahoroi ki Te Papa

08 Jun

Come along to the Saturday Matariki Craft Sessions at the Tauranga Libraries

Syncnronised Swimming North Island Championship

Syncnronised Swimming North Island Championship

08 Jun to 09 Jun

Come and see some Synchronised Swimming up close, enjoy the atmosphere, and appreciate how hard it is. This is your opportunity to watch something you usually only see when the Olympics is on telly.

Book launch: Tīrama, Tīrama, Matariki – Twinkle, Twinkle, Matariki

Book launch: Tīrama, Tīrama, Matariki – Twinkle, Twinkle, Matariki

08 Jun

Come along to help Pukeko, Kiwi and Hoiho blast off from Papamoa Library in this child-friendly event with food, activities, waiata and giveaways.

Matariki ki Mauao 2019: Tuituia a Matariki

Matariki ki Mauao 2019: Tuituia a Matariki

10 Jun to 14 Jun

Matariki ki Mauao is a week-long programme at the base of Mauao that involves early morning walks with waka navigator Jack Thatcher, workshops for schools, evening archival screenings and a Matariki market day for all members of the family!

Matariki ki Mauao - Hikoi Tahi

Matariki ki Mauao - Hikoi Tahi

10 Jun to 14 Jun

Come along and join recognised traditional navigator Jack Thatcher for a hikoi (walk) to the top of Mauao at dawn, and learn about Maori astronomy.

Paint and Wine Night - The Mount - Paintvine

Paint and Wine Night - The Mount - Paintvine

11 Jun

The concept is simple - take a brush in one hand, a drink in the other, now let’s paint a masterpiece!

Sold out: Matariki Cultural Connections

Sold out: Matariki Cultural Connections

12 Jun to 13 Jun

Cultural Connections is a council staff training package delivered by the Takawaenga Maori Unit. During Matariki we open this training to the public. Join us over two days to learn about our city and our region’s history, local iwi and hapū.

Community Night Markets at Bethlehem Hall

Community Night Markets at Bethlehem Hall

14 Jun

An interesting and unique market environment that is all inclusive to reflect our diverse community.

Matariki night walk at Aongatete Forest Project

Matariki night walk at Aongatete Forest Project

14 Jun

Bring a torch or headlight and learn about tamariki o Tane that are still awake under the Matariki night sky in the Ngahere o Aongatete

Black Swan, White Swan

Black Swan, White Swan

15 Jun to 16 Jun

Witness a magnificent re-telling of ballet’s most enduring classic, Swan Lake, with the RNZB’s new production Black Swan, White Swan.

Matariki Toi Rahoroi ki Mauao

Matariki Toi Rahoroi ki Mauao

15 Jun

Come along to the Saturday Matariki Craft Session at the Mount Library

Matariki ki Mauao Market Day 2019

Matariki ki Mauao Market Day 2019

15 Jun

Bring your whānau down to the Matariki marquee at Mauao for a marvellous market day! There will be food stalls, entertainment, tree planting, games and more for all ages.

Matariki e-Sewing Session

Matariki e-Sewing Session

15 Jun to 22 Jun

Spend time with our digital programmes kaiako (tutor) learning about electrical circuits. In this session, tamariki will decorate and sew their very own stuffed toy stars which light up when being squeezed.

Worm Composting Workshop

Worm Composting Workshop

15 Jun

Tauranga City Councils worm farming workshop, get all the equipment and education required to start your very own worm farm at home.

Matariki Kauri walk at Tuahu Track

Matariki Kauri walk at Tuahu Track

16 Jun

Giant Kauri Trees once covered Aotearoa, come for a walk with the Department of Conservation and see if a Giant still stands today

Workshop: Ngā Mahi Tākaro (toy making)

Workshop: Ngā Mahi Tākaro (toy making)

16 Jun

Come take a free workshop for adults in contemporary harakeke toy making with Marina Stokes. Learn a non-traditional method of flax weaving for fun, and create balls, snails, fish, birds and snakes.

Workshop: a Muka Experience (flax fibres)

Workshop: a Muka Experience (flax fibres)

16 Jun

Book yourself right now into this workshop to learn a non-traditional method of extracting muka (flax fibres). This 3.5 hour workshop is for adults – don’t miss it!

Puketoki Reserve short loop - Matariki Glow Worm Walk

Puketoki Reserve short loop - Matariki Glow Worm Walk

16 Jun

Bring the kids along for a Matariki-inspired story and night-time glow worm walk through the gorgeous Puketoki Reserve near Whakamarama.

Fresh Moves 2019 - Impact

Fresh Moves 2019 - Impact

18 Jun to 19 Jun

BOP Dance presents Impact the 2019 Fresh Moves Festival that celebrates original contemporary dance created by students in Bay of Plenty primary and intermediate schools.

Exhibition: Mataraunui Tohu o te Kura

Exhibition: Mataraunui Tohu o te Kura

18 Jun to 20 Jun

Te Mataraunui Exhibition is a three-day event open to all ages. Join informative workshops, lectures by keynote speakers and experts in repatriation and preservation of artefacts, whariki and tukutuku in marae, old photo portraits and more.

Whanake ake Matariki with Aroha ki Te Papa

Whanake ake Matariki with Aroha ki Te Papa

18 Jun

Twinkle Twinkle Matariki, a fun filled half-hour of Matariki-themed stories and waiata for preschool children.

Pō Pūrākau ki Te Papa

Pō Pūrākau ki Te Papa

18 Jun

Dress in your PJs and join us for a magical fun-filled whanau night of story-telling at Te Ao Marama ki Te Papa

Storytelling: Te Reo Wainene o Tua

Storytelling: Te Reo Wainene o Tua

19 Jun

Story time in Te Reo! A te Reo Māori storytelling kaupapa, revitilising pūrākau (ancient legends), reviving oral traditions, normalizing Te Reo.

Tauranga Society of Artists Art Expo/Trustpower Supreme Art Award

Tauranga Society of Artists Art Expo/Trustpower Supreme Art Award

19 Jun to 23 Jun

Tauranga Society of Artists are happy to again be presenting their annual exhibition, including the TrustPower Supreme Art Award.

Whanake ake Matariki with Aroha ki Tutarawānanga

Whanake ake Matariki with Aroha ki Tutarawānanga

19 Jun

Twinkle Twinkle Matariki, a fun filled half-hour of Matariki-themed stories and waiata for preschool children.

The Pink Floyd Experience

The Pink Floyd Experience

20 Jun to 21 Jun

After 2017’s hugely successful Animals tour, which featured three entire albums, The Pink Floyd Experience returns to New Zealand and Australia in 2019 with an exciting new show. Presented by: In The Flesh Productions

Whanake ake Matariki with Aroha ki Mauao

Whanake ake Matariki with Aroha ki Mauao

20 Jun

Twinkle Twinkle Matariki, a fun filled half-hour of Matariki-themed stories and waiata for preschool children.

Matariki Allstars 2019

Matariki Allstars 2019

21 Jun

A live music event celebrating the Māori New Year with established and upcoming acts featuring this year: Tiki Taane, Ria Hall Laughton Kora, Che Fu & the Krates alongside some of our emerging stars. Not to be missed!

Matariki Toi Rahoroi ki Tutarawananga

Matariki Toi Rahoroi ki Tutarawananga

22 Jun

Come along to the Saturday Matariki Craft Session at the Greerton Library

Workshop: Raranga (flax weaving)

Workshop: Raranga (flax weaving)

22 Jun

This is your chance to participate in a hands-on raranga workshop! Join Parewhati Taikato to learn the art of weaving and create a bracelet or basket out of harakeke (flax).

Workshop: Māori poi making

Workshop: Māori poi making

22 Jun

Learn to make the traditional poi with Zebulin Kapareira Mohi. Poi were used by early Māori as a way to keep their hands flexible, and as a training tool. Here’s your chance to make some yourself!

Ten

Ten

22 Jun

Join Inzpire Dance Co. as the company celebrates its 10th anniversary. Featuring dancers of all ages showcasing various styles, Ten promise to inspire and is sure to be to be entertaining, moving and thought provoking for all ages.

TEDxTauranga

TEDxTauranga

22 Jun

Ever watched an amazing video from TED.com? Join us in person for Tauranga's own event TEDxTauranga.

Hā: Lewis Tamihana Gardiner

Hā: Lewis Tamihana Gardiner

22 Jun to 13 Oct

Leading pounamu artist, Lewis Tamihana Gardiner (Te Arawa, Ngāti Awa, Te Whānau-ā-Apanui, Ngāi Tahu), will be exhibiting at Tauranga Art Gallery this winter.

'Blood Water Earth' by Louise Potiki Bryant and Santee Smith

22 Jun to 06 Oct

An immersive video installation and ceramic display arising out of an international indigenous collaboration between Kahnyen’kehàka artist Santee Smith and Ngai Tahu video/dance artist Louise Potiki Bryant.

Mātiro: A survey of photography by Kapua Joy Bennett

Mātiro: A survey of photography by Kapua Joy Bennett

22 Jun to 13 Oct

'Mātiro' is a retrospective of black and white photography from the 1970s -1980s by Kapua Joy Bennett (Ngāti Ranginui, Te Whānau-ā-Apanui).

Bay of Plenty Pet and Animal Expo 2019

Bay of Plenty Pet and Animal Expo 2019

22 Jun to 23 Jun

An exhibition of the best products, services and entertainment for all pet and animal lovers.

Workshop: Contemporary Māori art for children

Workshop: Contemporary Māori art for children

23 Jun

Fun contemporary Māori rock art with a twist for kids – doesn’t that sound like a great way to spend an hour and a half! Each child will design their own taonga with tutor Arohanoa Mathews, and then paint a tile to take home with them.

Toi Whakairo – The Art of Carving

Toi Whakairo – The Art of Carving

23 Jun

Learn about the cultural origins of whakairo (carving) and common bone carving designs. Carver Hei-Tuakiri (Gavin Smith) will take you through a demonstration of the art, and explain the technique and history of traditional bone carving.

Crop Swap

Crop Swap

23 Jun

Our Crop Swap happens on the fourth Sunday of each month from 9 - 10am. Feel free to bring a little of what you might have in your garden to share.

Matariki Kite Day 2019

Matariki Kite Day 2019

23 Jun

A traditional way to celebrate Matariki is through the flying of kites – manu tukutuku. Join us for this popular annual event at Fergusson Park. Bring along your whānau, friends and kites from all cultures, and join in the excitement!

Matariki Glow Show

Matariki Glow Show

24 Jun to 25 Jun

The Matariki Glow Show is a large-scale puppet show perfect for tamariki aged 3-10! The Matariki stars are preparing for the Maori New Year, but there’s a problem in the night sky! Buzzing with great music and fun characters, it’s a show not to be missed.

Te Papa: Naboth's Vineyard? Towards Reconciliation in Tauranga Moana

Te Papa: Naboth

26 Jun

Historian Dr Alistair Reese presents a summary of his report, “Te Papa: Naboth's Vineyard? Towards Reconciliation in Tauranga Moana”.

Paint and Wine Night - The Wharf - Paintvine

Paint and Wine Night - The Wharf - Paintvine

26 Jun

The concept is simple - take a brush in one hand, a drink in the other, now let’s paint a masterpiece!

Showquest

Showquest

27 Jun

Showquest is a new, nationwide performing arts platform for schools produced by Rockquest Promotions Ltd, with support from the Ministry of Education. Showquest enables schools and students from year 1 – 13 to showcase music, drama and dance.

Seriously Good Food Show

Seriously Good Food Show

29 Jun to 30 Jun

Sick of the same old stuff from the supermarket? This is going to be the tastiest weekend in the Bay of Plenty!

Natural treasure children’s workshop

Natural treasure children’s workshop

29 Jun

Open your children’s minds to the wonders of nature! Join this Matariki-inspired creative activity using natural resources collected locally, led by inspired florist Kalena Egan from Putiputi Recycled. Children will create something special to take home.

Workshop: a Muka Experience (flax fibres)

Workshop: a Muka Experience (flax fibres)

30 Jun

Book yourself right now into this workshop to learn a non-traditional method of extracting muka (flax fibres). This 3.5 hour workshop is for adults – don’t miss it!

Workshop: Ngā Mahi Tākaro (toy making)

Workshop: Ngā Mahi Tākaro (toy making)

30 Jun to 30 Jun

Come take a free workshop for adults in contemporary harakeke toy making with Marina Stokes. Learn a non-traditional method of flax weaving for fun, and create balls, snails, fish, birds and snakes.

The legacy tour - Kelvin and TJ

The legacy tour - Kelvin and TJ

02 Jul

What happens when you mix two international superstar mediums together on one stage!

Room on the Broom

Room on the Broom

03 Jul to 04 Jul

When a hungry dragon appears, who will save the poor witch? And will there ever be room on the broom for everyone?

NZ String Quartet - National Tour 2019

NZ String Quartet - National Tour 2019

03 Jul

Join the NZ String Quartet for a concert of ravishing works from the 18th to 21st centuries. Experience works by the inimitable Mozart, Czech musical icons Dvorák and Janácek, and a new work from Christchurch-based composer Gao Ping.

Paint and Wine Night - Wheat Fields - Paintvine

Paint and Wine Night - Wheat Fields - Paintvine

09 Jul

The concept is simple - take a brush in one hand, a drink in the other, now let’s paint a masterpiece!

Community Night Markets at Bethlehem Hall

Community Night Markets at Bethlehem Hall

12 Jul

An interesting and unique market environment that is all inclusive to reflect our diverse community.

Workshop: WAI.TAI with Robyn Kamira

Workshop: WAI.TAI with Robyn Kamira

14 Jul

Learn an original waiata in te reo Māori from the WAI.TAI set list. WAI.TAI is a collective of musicians under the direction of Robyn Kamira, who writes in both te reo Māori and English.

Wai.Tai Performance

Wai.Tai Performance

14 Jul

Te Reo fusion performance – Maori rhythm and vibes

Mātauranga

 Mātauranga

18 Jul

Mātauranga, by Wellington-based Michael Norris, was commissioned as part of the NZSO Cook’s Landfall Series to mark 250 years since the first encounters between Maori and Europeans.

Paint and Wine Night - Kowhai Tui - Paintvine

Paint and Wine Night - Kowhai Tui - Paintvine

24 Jul

The concept is simple - take a brush in one hand, a drink in the other, now let’s paint a masterpiece!

Chess the Musical

Chess the Musical

26 Jul to 02 Aug

With live orchestra, choir and talented on stage cast this production from Stage Right will have wide audience appeal. Lyrics by Tim Rice, music by Björn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson (formerly of ABBA).

Crop Swap

Crop Swap

28 Jul

Our Crop Swap happens on the fourth Sunday of each month from 9 - 10am. Feel free to bring a little of what you might have in your garden to share.

Cliff Richard and The Shadows Tribute Show

Cliff Richard and The Shadows Tribute Show

03 Aug

The 60th Anniversary Tribute Concert is a show that delivers a captivating live concert recreating the unforgettable sound of Cliff Richard and The Shadows.

Chris Greenslade

Chris Greenslade

04 Aug

Tauranga Musica presents award-winning NZ pianist and NGC NZ Scholarship winner Chris Greenslade. Enjoy an afternoon of music featuring a programme that includes works by Schubert, Schuman, Debussy, Rachmaninoff and Beethoven.

Paint and Wine Night - Bob Ross - Paintvine

Paint and Wine Night - Bob Ross - Paintvine

06 Aug

The concept is simple - take a brush in one hand, a drink in the other, now let’s paint a masterpiece!

Community Night Markets at Bethlehem Hall

Community Night Markets at Bethlehem Hall

09 Aug

An interesting and unique market environment that is all inclusive to reflect our diverse community.

Tauranga Junior Tough Guy and Gal Challenge

Tauranga Junior Tough Guy and Gal Challenge

13 Aug to 14 Aug

This is a chance for primary and intermediate aged kids to get involved in New Zealand’s biggest mud run series in a version tailored especially for them!

Paint and Wine Night - Sunflowers - Paintvine

Paint and Wine Night - Sunflowers - Paintvine

21 Aug

The concept is simple - take a brush in one hand, a drink in the other, now let’s paint a masterpiece!

Tauranga Coffee Festival 2019

Tauranga Coffee Festival 2019

31 Aug

Join us for an annual event that's in celebration of a much-loved culture shared around New Zealand and the world.

Wicked

Wicked

14 Sep to 28 Sep

Tauranga Musical Theatre presents Wicked, the Broadway sensation set in the Land of Oz.

World Car Free Day 2019

World Car Free Day 2019

22 Sep

Ditch your fuel guzzler on World Car Free Day

Vegan Vibes 2019

Vegan Vibes 2019

28 Sep

Bay of Plenty’s first dedicated Vegan festival, we proudly showcase a curated selection of vegan food, fashion and more from around New Zealand.

Postmodern Jukebox

Postmodern Jukebox

11 Oct

Following their sold-out Tauranga debut in 2018, Postmodern Jukebox will return to Baycourt in October 2019.

Tauranga STEM Festival 2019

Tauranga STEM Festival 2019

12 Oct

A world class festival, held in Tauranga, designed to engage and inspire a new generation of scientists, technologists, engineers and mathematicians.

Spring Home Show: Celebrating 10 years

Spring Home Show: Celebrating 10 years

18 Oct to 20 Oct

Create your happy place! The Spring Home Show is celebrating 10 years of building dreams in the Bay of Plenty.

Te Māpouriki

Te Māpouriki

22 Oct

Guided by German-Japanese conductor Jun Märkl, this concert features NZ composer Kenneth Young’s work Te Mapouriki plus music by Mozart, Strauss, Mendelssohn, and Schumann.

Tauranga Harbour Jam 2019

Tauranga Harbour Jam 2019

02 Nov to 03 Nov

A weekend of exhilarating windsurfing action with some of New Zealands top sailors competing.

Swan Lake

Swan Lake

05 Nov to 07 Nov

The Imperial Russian Ballet Company returns to Baycourt Swan Lake. Presented in two acts, this masterpiece ballet follows the original storyline, with subtle revisions and variations introduced by Artistic Director Gediminas Taranda.

Mr G: HOME

Mr G: HOME

09 Nov to 09 Feb

Mr G coming ‘home’ for first solo exhibition

Walk to Defeat MND

Walk to Defeat MND

10 Nov

Show you support for the sufferers and families of this debilitating disease and enjoy walking some of Tauranga's finiest foreshore.

The Bee Gees Night Fever

The Bee Gees Night Fever

14 Nov

Night Fever is jetting into town to recreate the Bee Gee’s 1997 One Night Only Las Vegas concert experience. Over two hours of live entertainment, state-of-the-art lighting, digital display screens, impeccable sound and a handpicked international cast!

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