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Matariki Festival 2018: InMotion Matariki Parade

Matariki Festival 2018: InMotion Matariki Parade

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When:

  • Sat 21 Jul, 5:30pm – 9:00pm

Where:

Silo Park, Corner of Beaumont and Jellicoe Street, Auckland CBD

Restrictions:

All Ages

Registration Types:

  • Registration : $0.00

InMotion Matariki -Touch Compass' flagship event is back!

Celebrate Matariki with NZ's leading inclusive performance co. Touch Compass.

A magical, illuminated evening parade to celebrate Matariki. Bring your wheels: Bikes, scooters, wheelchairs, skateboards, unicycles, power chairs, and more - or come on foot! This is a fun, free, fully accessible event for everyone. A spectacular opening performance from Touch Compass and award winning Haka Fusion group Toka Tu, sensory installations, community and professional performances along the route and the finale of finales with Principal Dancer Rodney Bell. This is a family friendly event with something for everyone and it's not to be missed!

Illuminated Parade - 21st July 5.30pm (Parade begins at 6pm) Silo Park to The Cloud
This is a free event for everyone of all ages and abilities. After all; inclusion is what Touch Compass is all about!

- Dust off your wheels – whether it be a bike, scooter, skateboard, wheelchair or stroller
- Have some fun pimping your wheels with fairy lights, bike lights, torches and tinsel
- Head down to Silo Park with your wheels for 5.30pm to join the fun!

As the route winds along the waterfront, music and performances will light the way and fantastic illuminated bike floats will be riding with you. The ride culminates in The Cloud with a short, spectacular performance.

For more information on Touch Compass about what we do please visit our website.

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