NEW YEAR'S EVE AT THE RACE VILLAGE

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It is with great excitement that we can announce a fantastic line up for New Year’s Eve in the 36th America's Cup Race Village on Thursday 31st December 2020.

It’s been such a challenging year and we know we are very lucky to be able to celebrate safely in public, on our beautiful waterfront in Tāmaki Makaurau, Auckland. With the World Series recently held in December behind us, and Emirates Team New Zealand having won the first round of racing with the AC75s, it's time for us to have some fun and we think there’s no better place than down here on the waterfront.

We’ve got two stages you can come and listen to some great local acts. We are sure there’s something for everyone.

Silo Park will be a family focused area, with entertainment for the kids and young at heart from 315pm with face painting and festive bio glitter, circability circus workshops, and tinsel monsters! The music kicks off at the same time with Frank Booker DJ, and he amongst other very talented musicians including Che Fu, Soul9Yards, and White Chapel Jak take us through until midnight.  

Down at the Main Stage on Te Wero Island, we start around 5pm with DJ Ronni BiGGz, with Boh Runga, followed by Laughton Kora & Mal Lakatani Duo, before we head into the amazingly talented 7 piece band Halo, culminating in one of our all-time favourite Kiwi icons of music, The Jordon Luck band. Come on down and enjoy some of the local food and beverages on offer within Te Pou NZ House and The Mumm Yacht Club with the best views of the stage, and across the waterfront.

Points to Note:

Crowd Capacity:
Te Wero Island 5,800 PAX
Eastern Viaduct 3,100 PAX
Silo Park 7,000 PAX

The America’s Cup Race Village is an alcohol-FREE zone.

There are two bars on Te Wero Island being Te Pou NZ House and Mumm Yacht Club, both operated by our partners SkyCity.

Our advice is to get in quick and grab yourselves a seat for the event. We also welcome people with picnic blankets, to come and experience what we have to offer, and we have a great range of food and drinks down in the Race Village for you to enjoy.

There will be a heavy security presence onsite, as well as Police and Emergency services.

We also encourage you to please scan any one of the many Covid QR codes throughout the America's Cup Race Village.

NEW YEAR'S EVE AT THE RACE VILLAGE

Published on

It is with great excitement that we can announce a fantastic line up for New Year’s Eve in the 36th America's Cup Race Village on Thursday 31st December 2020.

It’s been such a challenging year and we know we are very lucky to be able to celebrate safely in public, on our beautiful waterfront in Tāmaki Makaurau, Auckland. With the World Series recently held in December behind us, and Emirates Team New Zealand having won the first round of racing with the AC75s, it's time for us to have some fun and we think there’s no better place than down here on the waterfront.

We’ve got two stages you can come and listen to some great local acts. We are sure there’s something for everyone.

Silo Park will be a family focused area, with entertainment for the kids and young at heart from 315pm with face painting and festive bio glitter, circability circus workshops, and tinsel monsters! The music kicks off at the same time with Frank Booker DJ, and he amongst other very talented musicians including Che Fu, Soul9Yards, and White Chapel Jak take us through until midnight.  

Down at the Main Stage on Te Wero Island, we start around 5pm with DJ Ronni BiGGz, with Boh Runga, followed by Laughton Kora & Mal Lakatani Duo, before we head into the amazingly talented 7 piece band Halo, culminating in one of our all-time favourite Kiwi icons of music, The Jordon Luck band. Come on down and enjoy some of the local food and beverages on offer within Te Pou NZ House and The Mumm Yacht Club with the best views of the stage, and across the waterfront.

Points to Note:

Crowd Capacity:
Te Wero Island 5,800 PAX
Eastern Viaduct 3,100 PAX
Silo Park 7,000 PAX

The America’s Cup Race Village is an alcohol-FREE zone.

There are two bars on Te Wero Island being Te Pou NZ House and Mumm Yacht Club, both operated by our partners SkyCity.

Our advice is to get in quick and grab yourselves a seat for the event. We also welcome people with picnic blankets, to come and experience what we have to offer, and we have a great range of food and drinks down in the Race Village for you to enjoy.

There will be a heavy security presence onsite, as well as Police and Emergency services.

We also encourage you to please scan any one of the many Covid QR codes throughout the America's Cup Race Village.

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