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Explore all of the exciting activities you can enjoy at Art in the Park. Meet New Zealand’s best artists and enjoy an unforgettable weekend of art and creativity.

Art
An iconic venue

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Earlybird
$15
General Admission (Door Sales)
$20
Opening Night
$85
Childrens Admission (under 14)
FREE

at the Event

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FOOD AND DRINK

Complimentary food and beverages will be served on Opening Night and a cafe will be operating throughout the weekend. There are also a variety of delightful cafes and restaurants around the local Kingsland area.
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EDEN PARK TOURS

Go behind the scenes at New Zealand's most famous stadium! Each ticket includes access to a complimentary highlight tour of Eden Park. Tours commence on the hour from 11am - 4pm Saturday and Sunday. Meet at L5, Gate C, next to the exit - look for the sign "Eden Park Tours Leave Here".
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FAMILY FRIENDLY

Kids go free to Art in the Park! Visit the Art in the Park Kids Corner and leave your kids to create their own masterpiece while you enjoy some of New Zealand’s finest contemporary art and unique behind-the-scenes access to Eden Park. The corner offers the opportunity for kids aged 5-11 to learn and play.

Event information

OPENING NIGHT

Friday 23 July: 6:30pm – 10pm

GENERAL ENTRY

Saturday 24 July: 10am – 6pm
Sunday 25 July: 10am – 6pm

VENUE

The Grand Hall | Te Pā (Level 5, North Stand)
Gate B, Walters Road, Kingsland,
Auckland, New Zealand
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Getting here

Parking

There is ample free car parking space around the stadium and the closest car parks are 1 and 2. Parking is not booked and are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Security will be on-site to assist with parking.

Entry

Entrance to Art in the Park is at Gate B, at Eden Park's North Stand on Walters Road. Take the lift to Level 5 for entry, to the North Level 5 lounge.

Accessibility

The show is fully accessible for those with mobility restrictions or wheelchair users. There is lift access and mobility parking available throughout Eden Park.

Public transport

Visit at.govt.nz to plan your journey by public transport. The nearest Train Station and Bus Stop are a short 4 minute walk from the Gate B entrance at 27 Sandringham Rd. Taxis can also drop you at the entrance to Gate B.

ARTIST TALKS

SATURDAY

Janet Mazenier
Amber Emm
Ché Rogers
Kirsty Black
Jill Perrott  
Anna Victoria  
Restless Infectious
Katie Trinkle-Legge
Mark Cowden
Robin Ranga
Wilhelmiina Drummond
Jane Gray



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11.30am
12.00pm
12.30pm
1.00pm
1.30pm
2.00pm
2.30pm
3.00pm
3.30pm
4.00pm

SUNDAY

Christian Nicholson
Wayne Vickers
Linda McFetridge
Angela Maritz
Lee Kleiman
Ilan Wittenberg
Alison Gilmour
Alice Berry
Glen Colechin
Vjekoslav Nemesh
Liam Downes
Prue MacDougall
Yana Meech



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11.30am
12.00pm
12.30pm
1.00pm
1.30pm
2.00pm
2.30pm
3.00pm
3.30pm
4.00pm
4.30pm

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

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Does Art in the Park have parking?
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Is Art in the Park accessible by bus?
Where is the entrance to Art in the Park?
Does Art in the Park have access for people with disabilities?
What is the Art in the Park Kids Corner?
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How do I register my child for the Art in the Park Kids Corner?
Can I leave my child at the Kids Corner?