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Matariki Ramaroa - Opening Weekend

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Hono mai mō Matariki! Matariki Ramaroa Kāpiti Lights Arts Festival is a celebration of te Tau Hou Māori – the Māori New Year for all of Kāpiti.

Matariki Ramaroa opens on June 24 – Aotearoa’s first Matariki Public Holiday at Maclean Park, Paraparaumu.

Join us on June 24 for a night of light sculptures, eclectic music, performances, food stalls and storytelling under the rising stars of Matariki.

Matariki Ramaroa is a place to come together in celebration, togetherness, reflection, feasting and fun with contemporary light sculptures adorning Kāpiti’s beautiful beachfront. Fun for the whole whānau to explore this magical mid-winter tradition.

Matariki Ramaroa continues with events across Kāpiti. The festival closes on July 17 in Ōtaki. Visit the Matariki Ramaroa website for more events.

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