Te Rā o Waitangi is all about coming together to commemorate Aotearoa’s national day.
Bring your friends and whānau along to Te Wharewaka at 10 am and then to Waitangi Park from noon onwards to enjoy toi, kai and waiata through to the early evening.
TE RĀ O WAITANGI PROGRAMME:
12pm - Taranaki Whānui ki te Upoko o te Ika | Welcome speech by his Worship, Mayor Andy Foster
12.20pm - Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Ngā Mokopuna
1.00pm - Tomorrow People
2.10pm - The Profile
2.40pm - King Homeboy
3.00pm - Majic
4.15pm - Sianne Dougherty
5.00pm - Valley Kids
6.35pm - Louis Baker
7.30pm - Festival ends
A delicious hāngi will be available from midday, but you’ll need to be quick – there are only 500 servings! You can also dig into a café version of the classic Karaka Café hāngi – available at the café from 10:30am to midday.
Head to the Wellington City Council website to find out more.
Te Rā o Waitangi is a smoke and alcohol-free event.