For the first time since its inaugural year in 2016, the festival will feature both land and water performances that will go on into the night, as well as storytelling that captures the region’s rich waka history which shaped the Tāmaki Makaurau we know and love today.
- waka showcase
- marketplace of kai and art
- land stage for performances and storytelling
- water stage and screen for performances and storytelling
- Kapa haka
- contemporary Māori dance