Tūrama Festival - Auckland’s Immersive Arts & Performance Event Returns!
Opening Elemental AKL 2020 this October, Tūrama will transform Albert Park into a playground for the curious.
Immerse yourself in a dreamland of interactive artworks, admire the movements of performance artists, seek out a hidden cocktail bar, enjoy an array of tasty kai and dance to a lineup of homegrown talent.
Come down from 3pm to explore the arts trails and all of its magical wonders. Final entry into the arts trail will be at 10pm.
Take a drink from the bar with you as you explore the arts trail, or seek out a tasty sensory blend on route.
Tickets to the arts trail are $8 in advance and $10 on the door. 15s and under can explore for free!
Tūrama is a celebration of multicultural Tamaki Makaurau, opening up the narrative about the city’s constantly evolving ethnic diversity through art and performance, food, and music.
To ensure everyone can experience this frolic in a city forest, audio descriptive and sign language tours will be available on Thursday 1st Oct 2020. To sign up, head to www.turama.co.nz
Tūrama (to give light to; to illuminate)
For all FAQs, head to turama.co.nz/faqs
Location, Transport & Parking
Tūrama is held in the heart of Auckland city in Albert Park. For the main entrance follow directions to 33 Princes Street, Auckland. We recommend using public transport. Tūrama is a 10 minute walk from Britomart Train Station or the Auckland Ferry Terminal. Nearby car parks include: Victoria Street Car Park (2 minute walk) and Civic Car Park (11 minute walk).
Please present tickets on your phones if possible, otherwise please bring a printed version.
Even though NZ is now clear of Covid-19, please keep your registration details updated in case contact tracing is later required.
Tūrama Festival is the opening event for Elemental AKL - a month-long series of free and ticketed events run by Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development (ATEED). The full Elemental AKL programme is available on the Elemental AKL 2020 website and Turama website.