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Te Ra o te Raukura


Sat 30 Jan 2016, 10:00am–4:30pm
Sun 31 Jan 2016, 10:00am–4:30pm

Where: Te Whiti Park, Whites Line East, Waiwhetu, Lower Hutt, Wellington Region

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free


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Listed by: Atiawa Toa FM

Te Ra o te Raukura whanau community festival is an annual event held to celebrate community. Arohanui ki te Tangata is our guiding statement that expresses sentiments of sharing, love, respect and togetherness towards our fellow neighbour.

There’s Maori cultural performances with Haka in The Park - the Wellington Regional Kapa Haka Championships. These are the best of our regional teams competing for selection to move forward to the national Te Matatini competition. Haka In The Park - Saturday January 30th 2016.

On the following day enjoy summer in the Hutt with contemporary musical performance’s that will echo across Te Whiti Park filled with arts & crafts stalls, a variety of food stalls, amusement rides, health and education providers and a Youth Zone for the teenagers. Te Ra o te Raukura on Sunday will feature live performances by L40, Ranea Aperahama (Maori Music Awards, Male Artist of the Year), Majic Paora (Maori Music Awards Female Artist of the Year), Newtown Rocksteady, Neasian Mystik’s Awa, Blue Rhythm (2015 Smokefree Pasifica Beats Finalists), Tyna Keela, Israel Starr, Sianne, Amba Holly, Grove Roots, Boutique and Nga Wai o te Maunga (Taranaki/Parihaka Kaumatua). Te Ra o te Raukura - Sunday January 31st 2016.

Over the two days of culture and entertainment, we invite you to speak with educational specialists from Weltec and Te Wananga o Aotearoa who can advise you of academic options for 2016 plus Scholarship advice with the Maori Education Trust. Te Awakairangi Health Network will be promoting a 'healthier Hutt Valley for all' in association with Te Runanga o Taranaki Whanui Hauora Services.

Te Ra o te Raukura was established 22 years ago as an event to bring newly arrived whanau into the Hutt together with the wider community to promote Arohanui ki te Tangata and services available in the region.

If you are interested in holding a stall, visit our website for a downloadable application form.

Te Ra o te Raukura is a presentation of Atiawa Toa FM