1 Feb 2014 (Sat)
The Opera House, Wellington
Carl returns with his new show. Get ready for something a little different with Carl's new monologue/stand-up/music show.
More Troy stories, worms, ants, acid, and being Carl Barron are all explored. Follow Carl as he looks for things that may not actually be there.
He grew up in Longreach in Central Queensland the son of a shearer. Moved to the Gold Coast where he became a roof tiler, moved to Sydney and decided to walk on stage at The Harold Park Hotel one night, told everyone how a bird poo-ed on him that day and the rest is history. Carl is Australia's highest selling stand-up comedian on DVD.
Sevens Wellington 2014
7 Feb 2014 (Fri) - 8 Feb 2014 (Sat)
Westpac Stadium, Wellington
Sevens Wellington, New Zealand’s biggest annual sporting event is once again here at Westpac Stadium in Wellington on 7 and 8 February 2014.
Don’t miss your chance to see all the action and get up close to some of the world’s best rugby sevens players at the 5th leg of the HSBC Sevens World Series event. With 15 International teams and the hosts, the All Blacks Sevens side in action, there will be plenty of excitement on and off the field.
With Waitangi Day celebrations the day prior, there will be plenty to enjoy for an extra-long weekend in the capital of cool. We look forward to seeing you at Westpac Stadium with all the colour, fun and first class international rugby action that Sevens Wellington brings to the capital. This event is always fast to sell out, so get in quick!
Jim Beam Homegrown 2014
14 Feb 2014 (Fri)
Wellington Waterfront, Wellington
After 6 consecutive sell outs, Jim Beam Homegrown returns to the Wellington Waterfront on February 15th 2014.
True to form, next year’s Homegrown promises to be bigger and better, with 8 stages, over 60 acts and significantly more ‘free to the public’ entertainment. The first announcement gives a hint of just how massive this beast will be!
New Zealand Festival
21 Feb 2014 (Fri) - 16 Mar 2014 (Sun)
The Festival enlivens the world's coolest little capital with over 300 events in outdoor spaces and indoor stages across the city.
An iconic event on New Zealand's cultural landscape and a leading multi-arts festival in Australasia - the Festival has been taking place in February-March on every even-numbered year since 1986.
The Festival celebrates the world's top international artists as well as nurturing and presenting work from some of the best artists and producers in New Zealand. Creative collaborations are forged that excite and strive to provide extraordinary experiences for audiences.
The programme welcomes a number of Australasian premieres and epic events to Wellington next year, including The Contact Season of Power Plant, the Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular and The Big Bang.