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Thousands of locals and visitors alike are expected to visit SkyCity Auckland at the end of this month to bring in Chinese New Year in spectacular style.
You’ll probably smell the Maori-inspired street kai before you see it laid out on Federal Street.
Celebrating love and diversity, the Rainbow Gala Extravaganza gathered more than 400 people at SKCYITY Auckland Convention Centre to honour the 30th anniversary of the Homosexual Law Reform Bill.
This week, the Sky Tower will again light as a sunrise to herald the final week of Auckland’s Matariki Festival, celebrating Maori New Year.
The Sky Tower will glow red and gold as SKYCITY Auckland comes alive with lion dancing, acrobatic performances, monkey-making balloon artists, lanterns and more to mark Chinese New Year with 16 days of celebration.
It’ll be a 20th birthday like no other: A street festival with a stellar line up of Kiwi artists, mouth-watering food, cool drinks and fun family activities spread over two days.
New Zealand leads the world in welcoming in the new year, and this year SKYCITY Auckland’s highly anticipated pyrotechnic display will include a new laser animation show beamed onto the Sky Tower.