Aotearoa NZ


  • Music
  • Dance
  • Kapa Haka
  • One Show Only

Join the Touch Tour before this bilingual Audio-Described performance.

On the last day of the Festival, revel in the uniquely Aotearoa artform that is kapa haka with performances from four of our finest Māori cultural groups.

Pūmanawa brings together four brilliant kapa haka who embody the idea of legacy, talent and dedication to a centuries-old way of celebration.

Join Te Rōpū Manutaki, Te Iti Kahurangi, Tūwhitia kia Angitu and 2019 Te Matatini winners Ngā Tūmanako as they sing and haka with full voices, fierce wairua and boundless energy.

Hosted by Wī & Wā of Taringa Huruhuru.

About Kapa Haka
Kapa haka is an avenue to express and showcase heritage and cultural identity through song and dance, and a way to celebrate who and where we are in the world. 

The concept of legacy and mātauranga tuku iho – knowledge handed down through generations – is powerful as we remember those who have come before us.

A bilingual Audio-Described Performance (Te Reo Māori, Te Reo Pākehā) with Touch Tour
Sunday 21 March
Touch Tour: 1:30pm Performance 3:00pm
Kiri Te Kanawa Theatre, Aotea Centre
Tickets*: $20 each for individual and one companion
*Subject to availability – limited number of access tickets available
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Access Tickets $20
For blind & low vision patrons. One ticket per person + one companion
Limited availability.

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  • Sun
    Kiri Te Kanawa Theatre, Aotea Centre


3 hours 30 mins, with interval

Aotea Centre, Mayoral Drive, Auckland Central

+64 9 309 2677


Supported by


Performed by
  • Te Rōpū Manutaki
  • Te Iti Kahurangi
  • Tūwhitia kia Angitu & Ngā Tūmanako
Hosted by
  • Wī & Wā of Taringa Huruhuru


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