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Kaumātua Kapa Haka event attracts performers from across Aotearoa

By Online News - Rereātea
  • Wellington

The programme for this year's Kaumātua Kapa Haka two-day event has been posted and shows a strong line-up of performers from across Aotearoa.

Hosted by Te Papa Museum in Wellington, the event will take place on Saturday and Sunday 24-25 June from 10am to 4pm on both days.

This year the event will be livestreamed via YouTube and available to watch on their website here.

Day 1:

Programme

10am – Whanganui-a-Tara Pākeke                         

10.30am ­– Waikato Taniwharau o Tainui               

11am – Auckland Māori Anglican Club          

11.30am – Te Awa Tūpua o Whanganui         

12pm – Mātaatua                                                

12.30 – Ngātiwai Taitokerau 

1pm–1.30pm – Break                                               

1.30pm – Ngāti Kahungunu                                      

2pm – Te Pūru o Ngāti Whātua                     

2.30pm – Ngāi Tahu-Waitaha                                         

3pm – Taranaki ki te Tonga                               

3.30pm – Hokowhitu-a-Tū me Maumahara

4pm – Finish 

Day 2:

Programme

10am – Hokowhitu-a-Tū me Maumahara                          

10.30am – Mātaatua                                                                  

11am – Ngā Pākeke o Rātana                                 

11.30am – Te Pūru o Ngāti Whātua                                  

12pm – Auckland Anglican Māori Club                    

12.30pm – Taranaki ki te Tonga

1pm–1.30pm – Break                                          

1.30pm – Ngāi Tahu-Waitaha                                    

2pm – Ngāti Kahungunu                                              

2.30pm – Ngātiwai Taitokerau                                                 

3pm – Whanganui-a-Tara Pākeke                                        

3.30pm – Waikato Taniwharau o Tainui 

4pm – Finish