Te Matatini 2019
Te Matatini ki te Ao
Te Matatini Kapa Haka Festival
20 - 24 February, 2019
Westpac Trust Stadium
Matapū (Corporate) Lounge Tickets
Tickets to the Corporate Lounge at Te Matatini ki te Ao 2019 are SOLD OUT.
Due to the high level of interest received for corporate tickets and the allocation of a kaumatua lounge, Te Matatini will be implementing the following process to confirm corporate ticket purchases allowing a wider range of attendees to enjoy the Matapū Lounge:
(a) Te Matatini will be accepting purchases of corporate seats only, not corporate tables;
(b) Corporate tickets will be sold on a “first-in, first-served” basis;
(c) Corporate ticket purchases will be capped at two (2) tickets per purchaser;
(d) Successful purchasers will be notified by email on Friday 2 November 2018;
(e) Successful purchasers will have until 5pm, Tuesday 6 November 2018 to complete payment of their tickets. If Te Matatini does not receive payment by the aforementioned deadline, the tickets allocated to that purchaser will be released to the next purchaser on the waiting list.
The Matapū Lounge benefits include:
· Dedicated seat in the East and West Lounges on Level 3;
· Morning/afternoon tea and lunch each day;
· Access to non-alcoholic beverages throughout the day;
· Details for parking will be provided at a later date.
Tickets must be purchased via email at. Details must include: number of tickets desired, contact name, contact phone number and physical address for tickets to be couriered to.
Please note that emails received before 9.00am or with incomplete details will not be considered.
Tickets on sale now
Te Matatini ki te Ao, Te Matatini 2019 – Tickets on sale 15 October 2018
The world’s largest celebration of Kapa Haka (Māori Performing Arts) is back!
Te Matatini Society Incorporated is proud to bring you “Te Matatini ki te Ao” the biennial National Kapa Haka Festival to be held at Westpac Stadium, Wellington, New Zealand from 20-24 February 2019.
Early-bird tickets (adult, youth, kaumātua and Fan-zone) will be available for purchase from 15 October 2018.
Corporate tables/tickets will be available for purchase from 1 November 2018.
Te Puka Tono Whakatū Toa
Te Puka Tono Whakatū Toa – Stallholder applications now open!
Applications are now open for stallholder sites at Te Matatini 2019, ‘Te Matatini ki te Ao’ to be held at Westpac Stadium from 21-24 February 2019.
In line with Te Matatini’s Māori language strategy “Te Mita Tini”, the use and promotion of te reo Māori is encouraged by all stallholders. Te Matatini envisages a festival that is reo rua (bilingual), where speakers and learners of te reo Māori are encouraged and supported to use te reo freely, and be nurtured to engage and converse in te reo in any of the villages which contributes to the wider festival experience.
Stallholders at Te Matatini ki te Ao will be located throughout the following villages:
Hauora (Health) Village
Matauranga (Education) Village
Ngā Kaihautū (Government) Village
Ngā Toi Māori (Cultural and Creative) Village
- Ngā wāhi kai me te whakatā (Food Stalls and Rest Areas)
If you are at all interested in having a stall at Te Matatini 2019, please read the Stallholder Expression of Interest Information Booklet.
To apply for a stall at Te Matatini 2019, please click on the following link:
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Te Matatini ki te Ao
THE MULTIFACETED LEVELS BEING SHOWCASED TO THE WORLD
The festival theme ‘Te Matatini ki te Ao’ is the ‘name’ of the 2019 festival. The theme is an embodiment of the aspirations and dreams of the festival hosts Ngāti Toa Rangatira, Te Atiawa me ngā iwi o Taranaki whānui.
The iwi of the region – whose responsibility it is to manaaki visitors to the festival – envisage a festival brand that will exemplify the cultural vibrancy of Wellington; the phenomena that make up the geography and natural elements of the area; and the rich heritage and kōrero of mana whenua.
The theme promotes the status of Te Matatini as a world-class festival, and will be a global stage for Māori performance excellence featuring the very best in competitive kapa haka.
‘Te Matatini ki te Ao', has a deeper meaning than its English translation of “the many faces to the world”. Throughout te ao Maori (the Māori world) the suggestion is that the world’s people are invited to participate alongside iwi, as we prepare to attract over 3,000 of the world’s top kapa haka exponents, tens of thousands of supporters and spectators, attracting both local and international tourists, as they converge on to Te Whanganui a Tara in February of 2019.
Te Matatini 2019
|Te Ihu - Thursday 21 February 2019||Te Haumi - Friday 22 February 2019||Te Kei - Saturday 23 February 2019|
|1. Te Reanga Morehu o Ratana||1. Te Pikikotuku o Ngāti Rongomai||1. Te Puu Ao|
|2. Hikurangi||2. Tu Te Maungaroa||2. Ngā Manu a Tāne|
|3. Ngā Purapura o Te Taihauāuru||3. Te Kapa Haka o Te Whānau a Kai||3. Ngā Uri Taniwha|
|4. Te Iti Kahurangi||4. Tutarakauika ki Rangataua||4. Tauira Mai Tawhiti|
|5. Matangirau||5. Te Roopū Manutaki||Te Kapa Haka o Ngāti Whakaue|
|6. Te Matapihi||6. Te Taha Tū||6. Te Tini o Rehua|
|7. Ōpōtiki-Mai-Tawhiti||7. Te Rerenga Kōtuku||7. Kia Ngāwari|
|8. Te Kapa Haka o Ngāti Ranginui||8. Ngā Tumanako||8. Te Waka Huia|
|9. Ruātoki||9. Ngaa Pou o Taniwharau||9. Te Hikuwai|
|10. Te Manu Huia||10. Te Poutūmārō||10. Te Rangiura o Wairarapa|
|11. Ngāti Rangiwewehi||11. Ngā Taonga Mai Tawhiti||11 Manawa mai Tawhiti|
|12. Te Whānau a Apanui||12. Tu te Manawa Maurea||12. Te Pou-o-Mangataawhiri|
|13. Te Ahikaaroa||13. Whāngārā Mai Tawhiti||13. Te Mātārae I Ōrehu|
|14. Tūhourangi Ngāti Wāhiao||14. Te Tū Mataora||14. Mōtai Tangata Rau|
|15. Muriwhenua||15. Waihīrere||15. Te Hoe ki Matangireia|
|16. Hātea Kapa Haka|