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Te Raukura ki Kāpiti is proud to partner with Eventfinda

Tuesday 25 February 2020

Te Raukura ki Kāpiti is proud to partner with Eventfinda

Te Raukura ki Kāpiti is proud to announce that it has partnered with Eventfinda to provide the Centre's ticketing services.

"Eventfinda provides a smart, modern and personalised approach to ticketing, which makes for successful events. It was imperative for us to partner with a ticketing agent that didn't have exorbitant fees, so that the arts can remain accessible for our community. It is important to us that our community is supported at all stages within the venue," says Sonia Hardie, Centre Manager.

Eventfinda is New Zealand based, with offices in Auckland and Melbourne and prides itself on being New Zealand's largest events platform. The ticketing technology firm continuously innovates by developing and releasing new services to improve the event experience for venues, promoters and attendees. A key component of their success in the event marketplace is the recognition of the importance of locally based support teams, in-house development and dedicated Event Management professionals.

Te Raukura ki Kāpiti audiences can purchase tickets seamlessly across the Eventfinda platform, the Centre's website and across the Eventfinda nationwide agency network - including the customer services desk at Coastlands Shoppingtown.

Eventfinda Head of Ticketing Anna Magdalinos is thrilled with this new partnership, saying "we are delighted to embark on this partnership with Te Raukura ki Kāpiti. Eventfinda exists to connect people through live experiences, by empowering everyone in the events ecosystem in which venues play a central role. We’re excited to be part of the growing story in Kāpiti."

Kāpiti College Board of Trustees Chair Cas Carter, who has led the successful fundraising campaign for the venue since the concept was first conceived, stated "we are incredibly excited to finally be at the stage where we can open the doors to the public. This has been an enormous project for the Kāpiti community and with so many people contributing to it in so many ways, we are delighted to be able to share the completed Centre." Carter added "we believe this Performing Arts Centre will have an enormous impact on the community and will quickly establish itself at the centre of Kāpiti’s cultural life in the performing arts, it will be a space for the whole of Kāpiti and beyond to enjoy not just our local arts but visiting artists as well. The immediate interest from the Royal New Zealand Ballet and the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra have proven that."