WHAT’S ON IN RO­TORUA

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RO­TORUA MAR­KETS EV­ERY THURS­DAY

This is a must do while in Ro­torua – an event for lo­cals and vis­i­tors alike, its fam­ily friendly with great food, mu­sic and bou­tique stalls. 5.30pm – 8.00pm in the “Heart of Tu­tanekai Street” (be­tween Hau­papa and Hinemoa Streets)

EV­ERY SATUR­DAY KUIRAU PARK

Come and en­joy the colour­ful stalls and goods, rang­ing from arts and crafts, wood, cloth­ing, sou­venirs, plants, pre-loved goods and much more. 7.00am – 1.00pm, Kuirau Park, cor­ner of Ranolf Street and Lake Road, Ro­torua

EV­ERY SUN­DAY RO­TORUA FARM­ERS MAR­KET

A mainly fresh food mar­ket with lo­cal farm­ers and spe­cial­ity food pro­duc­ers sell­ing home grown pro­duce and value added food and plant prod­ucts di­rect to cus­tomers. En­joy a leisurely bike ride to the mar­ket where there is plenty of bike park­ing avail­able. 9.00am – 1.00pm, City Fo­cus Ro­torua (in­ter­sec­tion of Tu­tanekai and Hinemoa Streets)

EV­ERY SUN­DAY SOUNDSHELL MAR­KET

En­joy brows­ing a range of out­door stalls right on the Lake­front, Ro­torua. Fea­tur­ing crafts, cu­rios, col­lecta­bles and an­tiques, jew­ellery, cloth­ing, tools wood ware, green­stone, wooden carv­ings and much more 9.00am – 3.00pm, Me­mo­rial Drive, Ro­torua

SATUR­DAY 4 – SUN­DAY 5 MARCH AOTEAROA CUBAN FES­TI­VAL 2017

This 100% Cuban fes­ti­val held in Ro­torua has 24+ hours of work­shops with world class in­ter­na­tional and lo­cal Cuban in­struc­tors, Crazy Cuban par­ties and the best Cuban mu­sic around. 70 Old Quarry Road, Selwyn Heights. For more in­for­ma­tion visit nzcuban­fes­ti­val.co.nz

SATUR­DAY 11 MARCH LAKE­SIDE CON­CERT

En­joy a night out for the whole fam­ily as the Koi Boys, along with the Auck­land Phil­har­monic Orches­tra and in­ter­na­tion­ally ac­claimed New Zealand and lo­cal artists take to the stage and wow every­one at the free Lake­side Con­cert. The con­cert starts at 7.30pm at the Vil­lage Green, Ro­torua Lake­side. For more in­for­ma­tion visit www.ro­toru­alakesidecon­cert.co.nz

THURS­DAY 16 MARCH SUM­MER POPS WITH THE MOD­ERN MAORI QUAR­TET

Join the NZSO Sum­mer Pops tours with hearty en­ter­tain­ment, a cool beat and amaz­ing har­monies as they are joined by the Mod­ern Maori Quar­tet – an award win­ning Maori four­some with a fresh take on clas­sic Maori show­bands. 7.30pm – 9.30pm, Sir Howard Mor­ri­son Per­form­ing Arts Cen­tre, Fenton Street.

SATUR­DAY 18 MARCH – SUN­DAY 19 MARCH TARGA RO­TORUA

Targa Ro­torua re­turns to its tra­di­tional 2-day for­mat, based in and around Ro­torua. There’s a stage in this event for every­one, in­clud­ing a chance to get close up to the fan­tas­tic ar­ray of cars. Me­mo­rial Drive, Ro­torua.

SATUR­DAY 18 – SUN­DAY 19 MARCH RO­TORUA WALK­ING FES­TI­VAL

This is an an­nual multi-day leisure walk­ing event – it’s not a com­pe­ti­tion or an overnight event but will pro­vide leisure walk­ers with great scenery, fun, fel­low­ship and a real sense of achieve­ment when fin­ished. For de­tails visit www.walk­ingfes­ti­val.org.nz

ROTORUAWALKING FES­TI­VAL

TARGA RO­TORUA

SUM­MER POPSWITH THE MOD­ERN MAORI QUAR­TET

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