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ANIKA MOA is coming to Waiuku with “Chop Chop Hiyaaa!”
As part of the Auckland Arts Festival 2018, the very talented Anika Moa is bringing her show for kids to Waiuku!
Performing songs from her wildly successful “Songs For Bubbas” albums, “Chop Chop Hiyaaa!” is a rollercoaster ride of cheeky stories, fun family singalongs and lots of dancing!
For tickets and info go to the Auckland Arts Festival website- aaf.co.nz
General Admission $10, Family Pass $28 (2 adults & 2 children or 1 Adult and three children, 14 yrs and under)
Four hours packed full of adrenalin pumping action, displays and entertainment to keep you revved up! This event has something for everyone. Cars, Hotrods, Bikes, the Kumho Jet Car, NZ Freestyle FMX Motorbikes doing extreme stunts, the Armed Offenders Squad and NZ Police Dogs display, Fire Service display, Car Crush, V8 Bottle-O chainsaw & Harley chainsaw racing, Live bands including the ‘Hot Diggity’ Bluegrass band, ‘Mind Over Matter’ local rock band and the ‘Sunset Coast Big Band’, a Kids carnival, ‘Franklin Rockers’ rock n roll dancers, a huge Food & Craft Market, and much more! Bring the family for a fun filled day.
Gold Coin entry per person. Parking is available in the Waiuku Business Park opposite Z station on Kitchener Rd, at View Road School, Kevin Lawrence reserve behind the Library/Service centre on King St and in Victoria Ave. Disabled parking is available next to the St. John Ambulance headquarters in Constable Rd.
To register your vehicle click the Steel ‘N’ Wheels button on the Homepage.
To apply for a stall at the market, go to the Events tab on our Home Page, hover on ‘Waiuku Steel N Wheels 2018′ and in the pop up menu select ‘Stall Registration’.
For any other enquiries please email firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a fantastic event for the whole family to enjoy. Remember your gold coins to ensure the continuation of this wonderful community event. See you there!
Steel ‘n’ Wheels 2018 is proudly supported by NZ Steel, SteelServ, Franklin Local Board, Blue Sky Community Trust and the Waiuku Business & Development Association.