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What's On in October: Your Entertainment Guide - Nowhere! Festival

The October calendar promises to be packed to the rafters with exciting events. Enjoy delicious street food from Auckland's best food trucks, explore the city's artistic side at various exhibitions or take part in a huge cultural festival,  there is an event for every taste and wallet.

20 & 21 October, Aotea Square

A free, family-friendly festival that offers the flavours, sights and sounds of Indian culture in the heart of the city. Enjoy authentic Indian street food and sweets, live music, traditional dance and so much more. 

Rydges Rooftop Summer Series
21 October, Rydges Auckland

Rydges Sunday sessions return this month with a new series of free gigs with possibly the best views in town. Make sure you book your spot as places are limited.

Nowhere! Festival
20 October, Silo Park

Aotearoa's premiere festival of adventurous and avant-garde sonics is bringing incredible acts of off-kilter experimentation to Silo Park for an 8 hour marathon in the unique acoustics of the silos on Auckland's waterfront.

Bike Rave
26 October, Silo Park

Bedazzle your bike, dress in your wildest outfit, blast some party tunes and be ready for sensory overload! Join a glowtastic night ride around the city that will visit the fabulous pink path - Te Ara i Whiti, Grafton Gully Cycleway, the waterfront and Silo Park. 

Ends 27 October, Gow Langsford

Karl Maughan and Dick Frizzell combine at Gow Langsford Gallery Lorne Street to revisit a successful joint exhibition titled Landscapes from 1998 and take the New Zealand landscape as a mutual point of inspiration once more. 

Enjoy two hours of free parking or $5 evening and weekend rates. Find out more. Ride on public transport from as little as $2 each way. Find out more.
Last updated: 01 November 2018

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