GET CHARGED UP FOR THE AUCKLAND INTERNATIONAL BUSKERS FESTIVAL THIS LONG WEEKEND!

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SUMMER IN THE SQUARE
Free in Aotea Square

On now until 19 February
This long weekend at Summer in the Square a myriad of awe-inspiring street performers arrives from around the world – crazy, fun and wildly talented, you won’t want to miss any of the action at The Auckland International Buskers Festival!  Check out our daily lineup of buskers below and join us as they create an electrifying atmosphere in Aotea Square. Make sure to look out for the whimsical and acrobatic pair Duo Looky and the comedic dance crew Beat the Streets and many more from Friday to Monday.

There’s so much more to enjoy at Summer in the Square. Dancing under the Stars returns with Auckland Popping Community teaching us how to pop, lock and drop, and the brilliant SJD and country music star Delaney Davidson take the bandstand stage for free concerts the whole family will enjoy. And those are just the highlights – check out the full programme at aucklandlive.co.nz/summersquare

Auckland International Buskers Festival will take place in Aotea Square and Auckland’s Waterfront from Friday 29th January to Monday 1st February from 12pm daily.
Summer in the Square
 is free all summer long.

SUNDAY 31 JANUARY 
12pm Kilted Colin
1pm WOODY WOODman
2pm Beat the Streets
Gardening Workshop (by Urban Pantry)
3pm The Cate Great Show
4pm Basketball Jones
5pm Pogo Fred
7.30pm Delaney Davidson (Country)

MONDAY 1 FEB 
12pm Seb Whipits
1pm Toni Smith Show
2pm Duo Looky
3pm The Mr. Spin Show
4pm BIG WHEEL SHOW
5pm Kilted Colin

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Auckland Live presents
SUMMER IN THE SQUARE 
Free in Aotea Square
Monday 1 to Friday 19 February
Aotea Square, 50 Mayoral Drive, Auckland CBD

Visit Aucklandlive.co.nz for the full schedule and timings

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  1. I hope they stage an anti-TPPA demonstration and sing protest songs on the evil of TPPA as big brother enslaver of rights to democracy.

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