MTV New Zealand has today revealed songstress Lorde as the winner of Best New Zealand Act at the 2014 MTV EMA, one of the biggest global music events of the year that celebrates the hottest artists from around the world.
SKYCITY is poised to celebrate the new-look Federal Street with a free public festival kicking off at 4:30pm on Friday, November 7 featuring live entertainment, bars and complimentary tasters cooked by some of Auckland’s best restaurants.
Twenty-five years since last on New Zealand television, University Challenge, the general knowledge contest among New Zealand universities, is set for a return next month with a brand new series screening on Prime.
Music legends, New Zealand bands, international music and short films are all combing for a memorable Summer at the Bowl!
The TSB Bowl of Booklands is hosting seven events from late November to mid-March, with something for everyone from children to adults.
Works from some of the country’s best ceramic artists will be on show at West Auckland’s brand new Te Uru Waitakere Contemporary Gallery from 7 November 2015 - 8 February 2016.
The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra tours the South Island with two rising stars this November.
Acclaimed Armenian cellist Narek Hakhnazaryan and returning Australian conductor Ben Northey join forces for the NZSO’s tour In the Hall of the Mountain King this November.
The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra tours the North Island with a vivacious Italian programme this November in Tuscan Summer.
Te Matatini Kapa Haka, Aotearoa, New Zealand will represent New Zealand at the inaugural Association of National Olympic Committees Gala awards to be held November 7.
New Zealand’s most explosive rock band, the incomparable Devilskin hit the road again for the country’s hottest summer tour - proudly supported by The Rock. It’s the party to be at this summer, catch their stunning live show at the following venues:
26th December Riwaka (Nelson)
The next instalment of HIT + RUN’s Red Bull Sound Select shows return with an array of New Zealand’s finest emerging beat manglers and sound sculptors, counting Kåmând¡ before venturing to 30 Days in LA, Manawatu’s own Buska Dimes, Kakapo, and the new edition - Christoph El Truento.<
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