What’s On for the North Island This March

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16 February 2023

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Up in the North we could all use a little music and entertainment to ease the heaviness of the rocky start to 2023. Here is everything to add to your March calendar North Islanders. 

My Chemical Romance
11th March – Western Springs, Auckland
My Chemical Romance are set to perform in several cities, bringing their energetic live show to fans across the country. This highly anticipated event is expected to sell out, so fans should secure their tickets as soon as possible. 

Back Street Boys
11th March – Spark Arena, Auckland
Get ready to sing along to “Everybody” as the legendary boy band performs live across the country. Secure your tickets now for a night of nostalgia.

Harry Styles crouched down with hand in head. Red garbic background
Harry Styles ‘Love On Tour’
7th March – Auckland, Mt Smart Stadium

Snoop Dog ‘I Want To Thank Me’ tour
11th March – Auckland & 10th March – Christchurch
Snoop Dogg’s “I Want To Thank Me” tour is a celebration of his career and accomplishments in the music industry. The tour features performances of his classic hits and new tracks from his latest album of the same name. 

Beacon Festival
Saturday 18th March – 19th March – Auckland, Shed 10

Kevin Hart Reality Check Tour 2023
22nd March – Spark Arena, Auckland

Florence and The Machine tour cover
Florence and The Machine
21st March – Spark Arena, Auckland

Auckland Arts Festival 
9th-26th March – locations across Auckland

The Auckland Arts Festival is one of New Zealand’s largest and most anticipated cultural events, showcasing a diverse range of local and international talent. The festival features a wide range of performances, including theatre, dance, music, and visual arts, and takes place over several weeks in venues across Auckland. With a focus on promoting innovation and diversity, the Auckland Arts Festival offers something for everyone, from world-class productions to emerging artists. 

Basement Jaxx 
31st March, Auckland Town Hall

Kings Of Leon
22nd March – Spark Arena, Auckland

An Evening with Eckhart Tolle
14th March, Victory Convention Centre, Auckland

2 men on horses at the Lexus Urban Poloo
Lexus Urban Polo
11th March – Auckland Domain

4th March – Auckland, Western Springs

Indulge Auckland
23rd March – 24th March, Auckland – Wynyard Quarter, Auckland
Indulge Auckland is a premier food and wine festival in New Zealand, showcasing the best in local and international cuisine. The festival features a wide range of food and drink stalls, cooking demonstrations, and interactive workshops, as well as live DJ’s. 

February 3rd – March 11th. Christchurch, Wellington & Auckland. Find your local bar here.

Pasifika Festival
18th & 19th  March, Auckland – Bruce Pulman Park & Western Springs
The Pasifika Festival is an annual celebration of Pacific Island culture in Auckland, New Zealand. The festival features a wide range of performances, including traditional dances, music, food, and crafts from the Pacific Island nations.

Auckland Craft Beer & Food Festival 2023
Saturday 18th March, Auckland –  Spark Arena

CubaDupa 2023
25th – 26th March, Cuba Street, Wellington. 
CubaDupa transforms the city’s Cuba Street into a lively, colourful street party, celebrating the city’s vibrant culture and diversity. The festival features a range of music, dance, art, food, and more.

10 – 13th March, Bowl of Brooklands, Taranaki

Auckland Art Fair 2023
2nd March – 5th MarchThe Cloud, Auckland Waterfront
Aotearoa New Zealand’s premier showcase for contemporary art. Visit the waterfront and see 180+ artists and 40 different galleries from far and wide.

Summer of Gwen x Azabu long lunch
Azabu Mission Bay, Friday 17th March, 12pm – 4pm.
To celebrate the Summer of Gwen, Church Road would like to invite wine lovers to join them for an intimate three-course lunch in conversation with Shit You Should Care About Founder, Lucy Blakiston.
Grab some girlfriends and enjoy a class of Gwen wine and listen to inspiring trail blazing women.

Jim Beam Homegrown 2023
18th March – Wellington Waterfront
With a focus on promoting the country’s rich music scene, Jim Beam Homegrown features a lineup of both local and international artists. The festival, held annually in Wellington, showcases the best in Kiwi talent across a range of musical genres, including rock, hip hop, and electronic dance music. 

Jim Bean Homegrown festival

Related article: Whats On For March In The South Island

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