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  • PRESENTED BY

    FESTIVAL GUIDE & MAP | 27-29 JAN, 2018 ANZ VIADUCT EVENTS CENTRE & BASIN

    Have a go paddling a waka, sail on a waka hourua (ocean-going waka), and see waka carving demonstrations. Book your waka rides early, as these activities fi ll up quickly. The plaza and its

    tidal steps are a great place to watch the daily waka parades (Sat 1pm, Sun 12pm and Mon 11am), which feature commentary about

    waka culture and history. Monday Closing Parade 5:40pm. Waka Tangata (paddle a waka) - FREE

    Waka Hourua sailings - $10 per adult & $5 per child

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    WAKA Welcome to the Tāmaki Herenga Waka Festival, a celebration of the unique Māori history, heritage and contemporary culture of Tāmaki Makaurau. Enjoy three days of music, kapa haka, delicious kai, waka rides and more, all happening on Auckland’s waterfront from Sat 27 – Mon 29 January, 2018.

    For more information and to view the full festival programme, visit aucklandnz.com/tamakifest

    HAERE MAI Including kai (food), mahi toi (craft), temporary moko, festival

    photo booth, and information about Māori tourism.

    TE MAKETE MARKETPLACE

    Enjoy music from Aotearoa’s top Māori musicians, as well as some of New Zealand’s brightest up and coming musical talents.

    The main stage programme includes Majic Paora, Bella Kalolo, X Factor NZ’s Maaka Fiso, Riqi Harawira, Kaaterama Pou, E

    Tū Whānau band ft Mikaira Pau, Taisha and some of the best performers in the kapa haka world.

    The festival fi nale, 4pm on Monday, features Facebook sensation Maimoa Music and Ardijah, leading in to the closing waka parade.

    aucklandnz.com/tamakifest

    ATAMIRA MATUA MAIN STAGE

    Enjoy traditional Māori games. Learn about rongoā Māori, traditional healing, or have a hands-on bodywork session. Watch whakairo (carving) and live tā moko (tattooing demonstrations).

    WAHI TAUHOKOHOKO VILLAGE

    The Tāmaki Herenga Waka Festival encourages a smokefree environment. Thank you for not smoking.

    NGA MIHI THANK YOU TO ALL OUR

    SPONSORS & SUPPORTERS

    The Tāmaki Herenga Waka Festival is driven by Mana Whenua of Tāmaki Makaurau in partnership with Auckland Tourism, Events

    and Economic Development (ATEED) on behalf of Auckland Council.

    On Level 2, Auckland Art Gallery presents artworks and workshops by Charlotte Graham (Ngāti Māhuta, Ngai Tai); while Auckland Council’s Activate Auckland team presents traditional and contemporary Māori art and fashion, artist talks, workshops

    and storytelling.

    EXHIBITIONS WHAKAKITENGA

    Head upstairs to play digital games on iPads and use apps to learn basic Te Reo Māori from Kiwa Digital, and see the Pipi Mā

    dolls and cartoons. Try games like Kei tae Tōmuri ki te Kura; Kia haere tāua ki te

    hokohoko; Ki te Māra; Ki te Huarahi; He Kōrero Tuku Iho – where you match words and pictures in a scene.

    DIGITAL ROOM TAIWHANGA HANGARAU MATIHIKO

  • VIADUCT HARBOUR SAT SUN MON

    On-water waka parade 7am & 1pm 12pm 11am & 5.40pm

    Pōwhiri - all welcome 8-9am

    Waka sailing 10am-5.30pm 10am-5.30pm 10am-5.30pm

    TE MĀKETE (MARKETPLACE)

    Kai (food) & Mahi Toi (craft) Presented by Te Wānanga o Aotearoa

    9am-6pm 10am-6pm 10am-6pm

    KARANGA PLAZA

    Waka displays & carving workshops 9am-6pm 10am-6pm 10am-6pm

    Waka rides 10am-5pm 10am-5pm 10am-5pm

    ATAMIRA MATUA (MAIN STAGE)

    DJ Poroufessor On the turntables throughout the day

    Kapa haka (Haka The Legend) 9.35-10.20am

    Mahi Pai 10.30-11am

    Maaka Fiso 12-12.50pm

    Makaira Berry & Friends 1.30-2.20pm

    Resonate 3–3.45pm

    Kapa haka (Haka The Legend) 4-4.45pm

    Tane Tari & the Motown Band 5-6pm

    Kapa haka - Te Wharekura o Rakaumangamanga

    10.35-11.15am 3-3:50pm

    10.35-11.15am

    Riqi Harawira & friends 12-12.50pm

    Kaaterama Pou 1.30-2.20pm

    E Tū Whānau band ft Mikaira Pau 5-6pm

    Taisha 12-12.50pm

    Majic Paora 1.15-2pm

    Bella Kalolo 2.30-3.20pm

    Closing celebration (Maimoa Music & Ardijah) 4-5.30pm

    WĀHI TAUHOKOHOKO (VILLAGE)

    Whakairo (carving), Mori games, traditional healing, tā moko (tattooing) 9am-6pm 10am-6pm 10am-6pm

    WHAKAKITENGA (EXHIBITIONS)

    Art and fashion from Māori artists on display 9am - 6pm 10am - 6pm 10am - 6pm

    Workshops and talks about Māori art & fashion Sessions daily

    DIGITAL ROOM

    Learn basic Te Reo Māori through games & activities on iPads 9am - 6pm 10am - 6pm 10am - 6pm

    Visit aucklandnz.com/tamakifest for more information

    MAP & TIMETABLE

    Wynyard Crossing (Walking Bridge)

    MAP KEY

    ART, FASHION, WORKSHOPS

    AUCKLAND ART GALLERY EXHIBITION

    DIGITAL ROOM

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    Karanga Plaza

    Te Wero Island Parking

    Art Exhibition Lightboxes

    WAKA DISPLAYS

    & CARVING WORKSHOPS

    HAVE A GO WAKA

    WAKA SAILING CHECK-IN

    ENTRY

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    Viaduct Basin

    To Downtown Ferry Terminal & Britomart

    ANZ VIADUCT EVENTS CENTRE LEVEL ONE

    ANZ VIADUCT EVENTS CENTRE

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    Information, lost kids, Māori Tourism & tickets for waka sailing ANZ Viaduct Events Centre Level One

    ANZ Viaduct Events Centre Level Two

    Māori games

    Radio Waatea

    Māori Television

    Toi

    Tā moko (tattooing)

    Traditional healing

    Temporary Moko (tattoo)

    Stairs

    Escalator

    Toilets

    First aid

    Have a go waka tickets

    Auckland Libraries Maui Pātaka Kōrero Kaewa - mobile library

    Auckland Transport

    To Wynyard Quarter

    Auckland Anniversary Weekend Tāmaki Herenga Waka Festival is one of many exciting events happening on Auckland’s waterfront and harbour over Auckland Anniversary Weekend, including:

    • The launch of Vector Lights on Auckland Harbour Bridge

    • Ports of Auckland SeePort Festival

    • HMNZS Te Kaha and HMNZS Wellington Open Days • Ports of Auckland Sunset Symphony & Fireworks with the Auckland Symphony Orchestra • Auckland International Buskers Festival • Silo Cinema and Ice Cream Sundae • Queens Wharf Markets in The Cloud • Ports of Auckland Anniversary Day Regatta • Maritime Museum family-friendly activities and heritage vessels sailings

    For more information visit ourauckland.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/events

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