September 2015 - Wharf St Winter Fest - Lunchtime Music on Wharf - Wednesday and Friday every week
12pm to 2pm
August and September 2015 – NZ International Film Festival – Rialto Theatre
Various NZ Films screened at Rialto through the months of August and September
August to November 2015 – The Talisman Project: Mia Straka & Roger Kelly Exhibition – Tauranga Art Gallery
The Talisman Project has been constructed for people to look at, touch, enter, walk through and wear. Exploring the notion of a talisman – an object believed to exercise protective power – the makers aim to investigate themes of containment, protection and restriction.
Wednesday, 2nd September 2015 - Brew Craft Beer Pub - Craft Beer Club
Monthly Craft Beer Club
Friday, 4th September 2015 - Twistin' the Swing - Tauranga Art Gallery
Twistin' the Swing is an all-acoustic band, with a repertoire that has a great mixture of world and gypsy swing music.
7.00pm to 9.00pm
8pm to 9:40pm. Don’t miss the latest offering from one of New Zealand’s most successful live comedy acts.
Sunday, 6th September 2015 - 2015 AIMES GAMES - City Sporting Event
Over 8,000 competitors, 248 visiting schoolds form throughout New Zealand competiting in this annual event.
Wednesday, 9th September 2015 - Hello Sailor, Baycourt Theatre
Opening act the Band of Brothers - a supergroup comprising of some of their earliest msuical comrades. Band of Brothers will unite for the tour to perform a full set of some of the New Zealand's best-loved and best-known songs drawn from their respective bands including The Duges, The Exponents, Split Enz, The Mockers, DD Smash and more.....8pm to midnight
7:30pm to 10pm. Scotland's legendary singer/song writer Isla Grant, returns to New Zealand for her ‘Farewell Concert Tour’ Isla is an internationally acclaimed recording artist, her beautiful voice combining country folk songs to easy listening presenting an unforgettable evening. Isla’s spellbinding concert features her wonderful hit songs and takes a nostalgic look at her long and successful career. Tickets available from ticketek.co.nz
Wednesday, 16th and Thursday, 17th September 2015 - Live Live Cinema - Little Shop of Horrors, Baycourt
Following multiple tours since 2011 of Live Live CInema: Carnival of Souls and Dementia 13 and hot on the heels of their successful UK Tour, Jumpboard Productsions presents the next film ripe for the Live LIve CInema teatment: Roger Corman's Little Shop of Horrors, and back at Baycourt. Tickets available from Baycourt.
Thursday, 17th September 2015 - Ed & Sparrow, Tauranga Art Gallery
Ed & Sparrow is a genre-defying, five-piece folk band that has bene gaining attention across the country from city bars to folk clubs, festivals to house concerts.
Starts 7pm to 9pm
6:30pm to 7:30pm. Take Back the Night is about standing up and taking action for a safer community. The aim is to raise awareness of the violence faced by people in our city, especially girls and women, and to stand together as a community and say, "Violence is not ok!" With guest speakers and music, we invite everyone to light up the night with torches, candles and glowsticks, and shout out about our desire for safe spaces to live, work and play.
Exxopolis is a luminarium - a large scale inflatable structure of nearly 1000 square meters. Visitors move through the tunnels and domes while being immersed in a kaleidoscope of saturated colour and subtle hues and we are delighted that Exxopolis will be coming to Tauranga as part of the 2015 Festival in October. Exxopolis is presented by Tauranga Arts Festival. This is for the whole family to enjoy, tickets are on sale now through ticketek