Strut, Serve, Spin and Dip!

From its birth at Te Puke o Tara hall in South Auckland, ballroom culture in Aotearoa has grown over the past seven years as a safe space for queer communities to celebrate and grow. 

For the first time, the three main houses of ballroom, AITU, COVEN and IMAN, are collaborating to continue this legacy, and open their doors to all. 

In partnership with FAFSWAG, the Auckland Vogue scene invites you to strut up to Auckland Town Hall for an extravagant evening of runway divas, stunty vogue battles, gaggy effects, seductive sex sirens, competition and cash grand prizes. 

Whether you’re a ballroom cheerleader, a runway walker or a balcony voyeur, this is a fashion and dance extravaganza not to miss. All are welcome! 

Details on walking workshops and how to register to walk to be announced in January 2021.

The Auckland Vogue scene acknowledges the indigenous people of Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei and the Black and Latino pioneers of global ballroom culture.

Recommended for ages 16+
May contain nudity, strong language and strobe lighting.

Legacy Vogue Ball_Hero_Horizontal_Models Jojo Iman, Prince Raven Coven-Carangi, Kida Aitu, Isha Aitu. Photographer Pati Solomona Tyrell.jpg

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Last updated: 28 November 2020