Get the party started, international pop icon P!nk is bringing her Summer Carnival tour to Dunedin March 2024.
14 - 24 March
Over 80 different events from international and local artists bring the Dunedin Fringe Festival to life. The programme features independently produced events by artists and will also include a handful of high-profile special events including the popular Opening Night Showcase.
3 Peaks Mountain Race
The 3 Peaks Mountain Race takes participants up some of Dunedin’s most beautiful trails through lush native bush where they are rewarded with incredible panoramic views. Runners and walkers are able to test their limits with a choice of 4 challenging events.
White Ferns vs England
Dunedin's summer of International cricket ends with the White Ferns vs England clash. Tickets on sale 1 November.
Dunedin’s drum and bass big day out is back at Logan Park for 2024, with two stages packed with international artists.
Moana Nui Festival
Embrace the vibrant spirit of the Pacific at the Moana Nui Festival. Celebrate local Pacific communities with music, dance and art.
iD Fashion Festival
The iD Dunedin Fashion Festival is set to include pop up catwalk shows, exhibitions and installations, shopping events, hands on workshops, informative talks, movie screenings and more. An exciting young designer fashion show will take place on 6 April as part of the festival.
12 - 14 April
The Otago Rally is back in the beautiful city of Dunedin, and is the first round of the 2024 Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship. This component of the event features New Zealand’s leading competitors in modern, state-of-the-art 4WD turbo rally cars, including the exciting AP4 and R5 rally cars.
Rebecca Baumann - Light Interference
Dunedin Public Art Gallery
10 December 2022 - 7 July 2024
Rebecca Baumann works across sculpture, installation and performance and her practice explores the relationships between colour, time, movement, space and materiality, and the emotive potential that exists when these elements converge in different ways.
Tūhura Otago Museum
14 October - 17 December
Featuring works from several artists renowned in both the autism and arts communities, such as Tom Fox and Martin Thompson; there are 30 artists represented in total, from beautiful portraits to comic-style pieces and from abstract art to whimsical illustrations.