Archived New Zealand Events 2015
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New Zealand enjoys a vast range of events, festivals and shows. From the New Zealand International Comedy Festival to annual spring festivals. There is always something to see, attend or do in New Zealand.
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Listed below are some of the past events that happened around New Zealand in 2014.
Hokitika Wildfoods Festival - 14th MAR 2015
Seagull eggs, huhu beetle grubs, whitebait patties and mountain oysters are just some of the delicacies on offer to the 12,000 daring gourmets during the festival, which is held on the second Saturday in March... (more)
BMW New Zealand Golf Open - 12th - 15th MAR 2015
One of New Zealand's oldest sporting events, the tournament brings leading professional golfers from around the world to Queenstown to compete on two world-class golf courses: The Hills and Millbrook Resort... (more)
ICC Cricket World Cup - 14th FEB - 29th MAR 2015
The ICC Cricket World Cup is the flagship event of One Day International (ODI) Cricket, and the fourth largest sporting event in the world – watched by one-fifth of the world's population.... (more)
The Marlborough Wine & Food Festival - 14th FEB 2015
The Marlborough Wine & Food Festival is New Zealand's original and longest running wine festival held in a world-renowned wine producing region. Festival goers will get the opportunity to sample a unique selection... (more)
Hertz Sevens - 6th - 7th FEB 2015
Fans around the world are counting down to the sport's inaugural appearance at the Rio Olympics 2016. The action will heat up in the capital with teams contending for the top four spots in the World Series... (more)
World Buskers Festival - 15th - 25th Jan 2015
The 2014 Buskers Festival promises to carry on the tradition of this popular event with over fifty talented street performers, comedians, fringe artists, musicians and visual artists who are destined to leave audiences mesmerised and in awe. There really is something for everyone to enjoy... (more)