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Mika's Aroha Mardi Gras


Thu 6 Feb 2014, 7:00pm–10:00pm

Where: Legend Bar, 373 Karangahape Road, Auckland, CBD, Auckland

Restrictions: R18

Ticket Information:

  • (GA) $15.00
  • (GA) Door Sales: $20.00
  • (VIP) Door Sales: $30.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: mikahakafoundation

It's carnival season once again in Auckland! With Auckland Pride 2014 once again taking place in the month of February, the colourful, genre-and-gender-bending spectacle that is the Aroha Mardi Gras takes over Legend Bar & Club on Waitangi Day (February 6th)!

Set to be one of the highlights of Auckland Pride 2014 and perhaps even a highlight on Auckland’s entertainment calendar period, the 2011 instalment of Aroha Mardi Gras played out over three unforgettable evenings, with the multi-cultural, multi-disciplinary cast ranging from well-known pop singers to lesser-known yet equally as integral kapa haka crews not afraid to cross boundaries and new frontiers.

Packed into an explosively tight package for 2014, this one night event of pop, camp, culture and craziness promises to be an eye-opening experience, with some of New Zealand’s freshest talent holding hands with some of Aotearoa’s finest artists - including Mika, Megan Alatini, TAKI Maori, Yaya, Lilly Loca, Rachael Timoti - Avega, Zakk d’Larté, Richie Cattell, Jaycee Tanuvasa, Hannah Martin, Laurent Dunningham, Mattie Hamuera, Vee, The O'Neil Twins & Teen Faggots

Night Schedule
7.30pm – Act 1
- Taki Maori
- Host Mika
- Mc’s Yaya, Hannah Martin
- Spot Prize 1

8.00pm – Act 2
- Richie Cattell
- Laurent Dunningham
- Vee
- Megan Alatini and Mika.
- Spot Prize 2

8.30pm – Act 3
- Lilly Loca’s Burlesque Saloon
- Siche
- the O’neill Twins, Brooke & Starce
- Mattie
- Hannah & Yaya
- Karl Moser
- Spot Prize 3

9.00pm – Act 4
- Teen Faggots - Come to Life
- Megan Alatini and Mika
- Zakk D’larté
- Hannah’s Gogo Competition
- Spot Prize 4

9.30pm – Act 5
- Yaya
- Richie Cattell
- Lilly Loca’s Burlesque Saloon
- Racheal Timoti-avega
- Vee
- Dress to Express By Mika Ft.zakk D’larté & Hannah Martin
- Show Over

Outrageous and extremely entertaining, this flamboyant extravaganza promoting the incredible array of diversity around the world also has a message at the heart of it – as the Aroha Project steps up its fight against bullying in all forms.

With it's mantra “Be The Change”, The Aroha Project promotes prevention against bullying, encapsulating art in many forms as a means of empowerment for those who feel disaffected, especially within the LGBTT community.

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