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Fairtrade Festival

Fairtrade Festival

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  • Sat 13 May ’17, 12:00pm – 3:00pm


Albert Park, Princes St, Auckland CBD


All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Free Admission


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Come celebrate and support the fair trade movement at this World Fair Trade Day event generously sponsored by Fairtrade Australia New Zealand.

Join us in calling for a just and fair economic system that ensures everyone benefits from world trade!

What’s happening:
- A variety of stalls selling fair trade and sustainable products from around the world
- Live music from great local grassroots artists
- A range of activities where you can add your voice to the fair trade movement
- Guest speakers include Green MP Julie-Anne Genter
- All Good Smoothie Bike - make your own fair trade banana smoothie (bring your own cup!)
- Plus an awesome fair trade prize pack sponsored by Trade Aid up for grabs
- And… a first ever world record attempt for the largest group of people in the world to dance with Fairtrade Bananas!

We will provide the music and All Good bananas, you just need to bring your passion for fair trade and dancing shoes! But if you have some Fairtrade bananas at home, please bring them along to be your dance partner! The dance will be led by some friendly giant bananas, and you can just follow along - or go rogue and bust out your own moves.

Harness your inner banana and dress in yellow to win delicious prizes.

This attempt begins at 1pm and we need as many people as possible to ensure it’s a record that can last the distance!

Our event is rain or shine (unless a climate change cyclone decides to hit!).
Bring all your friends and family to have fun and show your support for a more fair and just world.

Check out the Facebook Event Page here: goo.gl/8FSbjQ

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