1. Immerse yourself with Ahi Kā
Remember and honour our culture, heritage, and community, with an immersive walk-through journey through fire, imagery, and stories.
Wrap up warm and enjoy large scale projections, soundscapes, performances, installation and of course – ahi (fire). The Ahi Kā experience runs until Sunday 26 June between 6pm-9pm, along the Wellington waterfront.
2. Join the Haha Whetū star search
Learn more about the meaning of Puanga and Matariki by taking part in our Haha Whetū star search! By visiting each of the painted stars in some of Te Whanganui-a-Tara's best locations, you can learn about the significance of Matariki and why the star was painted in that spot. To find out where each whetū is located, check out our webpage.
3. Hear some live tunes
Bring your whānau to Te Wharewaka o Pōneke on the waterfront between 1pm-6pm on Friday 24 June to take part in art activities and check out free live music, featuring local artists like Amba Holly, Louis Baker, DJ Gooda, IA and much more.