Four Points by Sheraton is celebrating its love of beer and Oktoberfest with a craft beer journey across New Zealand and Australia.
From Halloween parties to food and wine festivals, late night art events and more, lock these dates in your diary now.
Come join us for a historic tour of the pubs, cathedral, toilets and city well on Albert Street.
New Zealand’s biggest on-water boat show showcases more than 200 domestic and international marine businesses.
New Zealand's biggest celebration of chocolate, coffee and tasty treats is back at The Cloud.
Radiant hues of coloured lights dance along the tree branches illuminating the heart of the city.
Following the sell-out success of last year, world-renowned whisky house Chivas Regal is excited to announce the return of The Chivas Club.
Come and support local artists and and browse handmade sculptures, ceramics, traditional and contemporary weaving, paintings, jewellery and more.
Meet new friends or catch up with old friends at this fun social networking event exclusively for women
Dress up in your most frightening costumes and head to the Stamford Plaza Auckland for this spooky Halloween high tea!
Enjoy some drinks at this magical pop-up bar wrapped in cherry blossoms, blooms and deep jazzy tunes.
An immersive Tempo Dance Festival 2019 performance at Q Theatre
James Reid from classic kiwi band The feelers is bringing a stripped-back acoustic approach to The Feelers classics and new solo material on his national tour this October
Walk the red carpet and watch the best new short films from Aotearoa and around the world at this oscar-qualifying event!
The Art of Wine 2022 will be a dynamic journey through diverse and creative wines, hosted by the artisans who craft them.
Are you ready for Green Day’s brilliant, adrenalin-fuelled Tony Award-winning punk rock musical, AMERICAN IDIOT?
Join Ura Tabu Pacific Dance in the heart of Auckland for a Pasifika Mind and Body class.
Williams eatery will be serving up a five course menu focusing on Spring's fantastic produce and sustainable seafood from Auckland's waters, while pairing the dishes with Cambridge Road's stunning organic, biodynamic and natural wines.
Step into the 1920s with Speakeasy Thursdays at twentyone.
The dynamic Scottish conductor Douglas Boyd returns with a programme of pure pleasure. Elgar’s carefree Introduction and Allegro gives the APO strings a moment in the sun.
New York City’s pop-jazz sensation, Postmodern Jukebox, are set to return to the city centre, bringing their innovative twist on classic sounds to perform ‘today's hits, yesterday’.
Bingo like you've never played it before!
Four groups of volunteer singers representing four generations let each other know how they really feel about society and one another, in a riotously theatrical performance of a fully scored choral arrangement.
Owls Do Cry, considered as the first great New Zealand novel, is coming to life on stag for the first time with the premier theatre adaptation by the Red Leap Theatre company.
A chilling ghost story, saturated with menace.
‘Taiwan Day NZ 2019’ is scheduled to be launched on October 19th and 20th at the Aotea Square in downtown Auckland.
Join in New Zealand’s biggest, most iconic, colourful, cultural running celebration.
Nashville-via-Newcastle, chart-topping Australian singer-songwriter Morgan Evans has revealed a debut New Zealand date on his upcoming World Tour – performing at Auckland’s Tuning Fork on Tuesday 29 October, before returning to Australia for a six-date national tour run.
If you like a scare, if you’re into gore, if you’ve got a death wish, this is the show for you! These Season 11 stars will be bringing you their most horrific performances to scare the pants off you.
Mouthwatering line-up announced for Taste of Auckland 2019
In this grief stricken world of 2019, millennials suffer an abundance of first world problems and are still locked out of the housing market.
Dublin born chef and restaurateur Colin Fassnidge will be cooking up a storm at the iconic Soul Bar & Bistro this October!
Exhibition and discussion of artefacts that CRL has unearthed during tunnel excavation and a tour of the Shakespeare Brewery.