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Audience Information

How to be in the HOMAI TE PAKIPAKI audience.

Homai te Pakipaki is a live, interactive, singing competition with a difference – as well as uncovering some outstanding kaiwaiata (singers) we love to have fun and lots of it!

For a fun, free, Friday night out that’s a bit different to your usual outings then put coming to Homai te Pakipaki and being in our audience on your bucket list!

Here’s some details and we hope to see you soon:

Location:                9-15 Davis Crescent, Newmarket, Auckland.

Arrival time:           7.45pm.

Seated:                   8.00 – 8.10pm

Live show:              8.30 – 9.30pm

Dates:                     All heats, from May up to, and including Friday, 25 September, 2015

How many :            If there are more than ten of you then please either phone or email us to let us know please.  We want to make sure that there’s lots of room for you. Otherwise, just rock on up – you’ll fit in.

Contacts:       or 09 539 7000 and ask for Homai team.    

How many times:   You may attend as many times as you like.

Parking:                  A Wilsons carpark in Davis Crescent will cost you $6.50 if you get your ticket stamped by security at the end of the night.

What to wear:         We suggest you wear a warm jacket or coat, but have something lighter on underneath as the studio can become quite warm.

If you come early there are a lot of yummy restaurants and food outlets close by – including Subway.

Please note: Absolutely no eating or drinking in the studio – this includes chewing gum.   

Please note: We are a late night show with loud music, so absolutely no babies or children five years or under are allowed into the studio audience. ALL other children must be under the supervision of an adult at all times and will be asked to leave if they are distracting to the live show and or contestants.

Television reserves the right to refuse entry. Entry will be denied to someone who is perceived to be intoxicated by drugs or alcohol, behaving badly or in any way disruptive to the recording of the show.