EAT. DRINK. DANCE.

HOME BAY,
MOTUTAPU ISLAND

TICKETS

Extremely limited Island Time passes are available to purchase now, with passes starting from $65+bf for those making their way over on their own boats, through to $85+bf including return Ferry from Downtown Auckland.
Choose from One of Four Sessions below

SATURDAY, MARCH 27 2021

Saturday - Session One

10:00 am
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3:15 pm
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Saturday - Session Two

2:00 pm
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7:30 pm
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SUNDAY, MARCH 28 2021

Sunday - Session Three

10:00 am
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3:15 pm
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Sunday - Session Four

2:00 pm
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7:30 pm
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As part of the Summernova series of events and held at the historic Te Pēhi o Manawatere, Home Bay, on Te Motutapu a Taikehu, this new and exciting event presents the opportunity for locals and visitors of Tāmaki to eat, drink and dance on a unique island setting this summer.

Held over 2 days, Island Time ticket holders gain access to one of four Island Time sessions taking place on either
SATURDAY, 27 MARCH 2021 or SUNDAY, 28 MARCH 2021.

As part of the partnership between Endeavour Live and Ngāi Tai Te Haerenga, portion of ticket sales will go towards the preservation of the island and it’s unique inhabitants (such as Takahē, Brown Kiwi, Tuturuatu, Tuturuwhatu, Kākāriki, Tīeke, Kawekaweau and many others). The official charity of Island Time on Motutapu is PROJECT KIWI.

The event also presents the opportunity for Aucklanders and visitors to gain a greater understanding of the island and its cultural significance for the region. Through the Ngāi Tai Tāmaki partnership, there will be the opportunity for event attendees to learn about the history of the island in a fun and engaging way.

The event is focused on delivering an economical and environmentally sustainable event for future generations to enjoy. Island Time on Motutapu is a collaboration between Endeavour Live and Ngāi Tai Te Haerenga, in association with Auckland Unlimited, and is proud to be part of Summernova.

ISLAND TIME ON MOTUTAPU RESCHEDULED FOR MARCH!

With the recent change in COVID-19 Alert Levels in Auckland and the complex nature of this event, organisers have in consultation with Ngāi Tai Te Haerenga and DOC made the decision to reschedule Island Time on Motutapu from 27 & 28 February to Saturday, March 27 & Sunday, March 28 2021.

Hosting an event on Motutapu, one of the Hauraki Gulf’s oldest islands, requires an extra layer of biosecurity to protect one of our most precious taongas and its species, as well as infrastructure to get guests, vendors and suppliers safely to and from the site.

As such, we’re making the cautious decision to postpone the event now and give our customers as much notice as possible.All existing tickets are valid for the new dates, with ticketholders simply required to login to their Eventbrite account to obtain their updated tickets. For those who can not make the new dates, can apply for a refund via www.endeavour.live/refunds.

You will have until 5 March to apply for the refund, after which refund requests will no longer be accepted.

EAT.

DRINK.

DANCE.

JORDAN LUCK TRIO

SWEET MIX KIDS

CASSIE HENDERSON

NICK FRASER

On Saturday, February 27 2021, arrive by ferry (or your own boat) to the stunning island location of Home Bay on Motutapu Island.

Enjoy the region’s bounty in the form of great food and drink from a range of producers, while you dance away to local bands and DJs.

The event also presents the opportunity for attendees to soak up the history of Motutapu, learn from the local Iwi around the heritage of the island, while also contributing towards the safe upkeep of local resident Takahē, Brown Kiwi, Tuturuatu (Shore plover), Kakariki and more.

Island Time on Motutapu is a collaboration between Endeavour Live and Ngāi Tai - Te Haerenga (visit website), in association with Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development (ATEED), and is proud to be part of Summernova (visit website).

The event hopes to instill pride amongst all visitors to the island and encourage them to learn and discover more about the cultural identity of Motutapu and the surrounding region, while enjoying a uniquely fun, safe and entertaining environment.

MAURI ORA MOTUTAPU!

FULL DETAILS INCLUDING 
Ticket INFORMATION
TO BE ANNOUNCED
November 19

Register for Island TIme on Motutapu to be the first to get your hands on the extremely limited tickets available.

DAY SESSION

Saturday, February 27 2021.
12:00 - 3:00
TICKETS

AFTERNOON SESSION

Saturday, February 27 2021.
12:00 - 3:00
TICKETS
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