Arts & Culture
In February Arrowtown Creative Art Society will present their inaugural Gardens and Galleries event, offering the chance to explore some of the Whakatipu Basin's best gardens and art spaces in support of Plunket.
SongCatcher and Youthtown have joined forces to release an EP that features some young talent of the region.
Queenstown Lakes District Council’s (QLDC) annual Christmas show will return to the Events Centre on 10 December.
Hidden Identities, an exhibition at Te Atamira that aims to amplify the voices of marginalised communities in the region and beyond, is running until the end of the month.
The second annual Inspirational Women Awards and Gala is happening this Saturday – the International Day for Elimination of Violence Against Women – at the Rydges Lakeland Resort
Queenstown and Frankton libraries have an abundance of activities and programmes on offer between now and the end of the year.
Local writers are invited to feel the fear and do it anyway in a new competition as part of this year’s Queenstown Writers Festival.
The Sweet Caroline Tour: A Tribute to Neil Diamond will roll into Queenstown at the end of November.
The second annual fundraising soiree for Liger Leadership Academy will take place on Thursday.
What is art? Why do we make it and what effect does art have on our well-being?
This weekend, Queenstown Jazz Orchestra will perform big-band and swing dance classics to get your feet moving.
Queenstown’s favourite late night art crawl returns in its new quarterly format next week on Thursday, 2 November.
Cyclorama will return for its second year this Labour weekend in historic Arrowtown. There’s eight special trail rides to choose from, with something for everyone, and a lovely Festival Village set up for all to enjoy.
Queenstown Writers Festival will return in 2023 for a smaller version of the usually biennial event. This year will run across two days on 11 and 12 November and includes author talks, a writing workshop, and an exciting new event across Te Atamira and Arrowtown Lifestyle Village.
Flamingo Pier takes over Seek this weekend to share their chill unique sounds at their first Queenstown show. They head here off the back of touring Bali, the UK, New York and Mexico, and the tour is in support Beneath The Neon EP, which came out on 1 September.
Queenstown Airport's boss Glen Sowry says today's bomb scare was sparked by a routine bag check.
The second annual Queenstown Multicultural Festival will go ahead this Saturday at Queenstown Events Centre. The koha event is organised by a committee that represents the multi-ethnic communities in the region, and the festival aims to celebrate and promote the diversity of cultures, ethnicities and traditions here.
Southern Pro Wrestling NZ is bringing its ‘Wrestling on the Edge of the World’ tour to Queenstown, for Wrestlefest's eighth year. Even if you’re not a wrestling fan, it’s set to be a fun, action-packed night with stunts, entertaining characters and storylines.
At the World’s Edge Music Festival will return from 7– 20 October. The classical music event is inspired by its roots in the Southern Alps of Aotearoa and offers spectacular sounds against a majestic backdrop.
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