Published on : Thursday, April 20, 2017
28 sports will be contested by masters-age athletes across 48 venues in Auckland and Waikato, with 4000 volunteers helping to bring it all together.
The Games Entertainment Hub on Queens Wharf will be the social heart for Aucklanders, and athletes from up to 100 countries during Games time from 21-30 April.
Featuring everything from arts and cultural displays to food and wine to comedy and music – it’s open daily for both Games’ participants and the public to enjoy.
The festivities on the wharf will commence with a weekend of welcome from Saturday 22 April and conclude with the Games Closing Ceremony on Sunday 30 April, with nightly entertainment on offer – including a number of events which are exclusive to Games participants.
Highlights include performances by Will Crummer and the Rarotongans and country music sensation Tami Neilson.
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