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Outdoors At The Fringe

THE FRINGE "V" BUSKING OLYMPICS - Cuba St, Manners St, Lambton Quay,
Queens Wharf, Midland Park 12pm - 12:45 & 12:45 - 1pm Until 16th February.

THE FRINGE "V" BIG BUSK OFF - Queens Wharf (under the sails)
Sunday 17th February
ALL THE BUSKERS PERFORMING TOGETHER IN A SHOW EXTRAVAGANZA
2pm-5:30pm

ARTY CHALKS - Wellington's Waterfront
Professional pavement artists Ulla Taylor, Dixie McGregor and Marc Barnes
transform concrete into masterpieces of famous paintings to original
creations. Friday 15th February-Thursday 21st February 12-5pm

FRINGE FREESTYLE - Odlins Plaza / Taranaki Wharf
Saturday 16th February
2 - 7pm
Sheelahroc, Rhombus, live hiphop, bodypainters, skating, breakdancing,
graffiti art and kayaking. Workshops offer a chance to learn from the
professionals. Prizes up for grabs - Kia Kaha and Illicit Clothing, a DJ
lesson from the Music Academy, $500 worth of products from the Boardroom
and a walk-on role in the new Cloud 9 series Revelations.

FRINGE NZ AND DULUX MURALS ON THE FRINGE
Monday 18th February till completion
James Smiths Market will be transformed with the artwork of talent
muralists.
Steve Templer will be painting and creating "LOVE" on the wall inside the
Food Court!! Vanessa Patea will be transforming the wall outside the
Market Bar with LOVE and AROHA also!!

FRINGE NZ MAGIC ON TRAY - Courtenay Place Bus Stop (Outside Hummingbird
Restaurant) 9pm/10pm each night Thursday 21st February - Friday 22nd
February Thursday 28th February - Friday 29th February Magic, mime, dance,
slapstick humour. Visually stunning and hilarious!!

CHALK THE WALK - FRINGE NZ FAMILY WEEKEND
Frank Kitts Promenade
Sunday 10th March
12-4pm
All are invited to turn the promenade into a creative masterpiece with
Crayola chalk and artistic intuition!

THE BIG BELT UP - FRINGE NZ FAMILY WEEKEND
Civic Square
Saturday 9th March
12-4pm
One of the highlights of the Fringe - Fringe NZ says "Love Yourselves,
Wear Your Seatbelts". A day of entertainment and education with
performances by KING KAPISI, Wai100%, Kohunga Reo, Porirua Cook Island
Dancers and much more!

BANDS ON THE BALCONY
Harbour City Centre Balcony
Friday 15th March
12-2pm
Stunning pop action from Phoenix Foundation, Dana Eclair and MarineVille.

CLOSING EVENT - THE FRINGE CUT
War Memorial/Old Museum Grounds, Buckle Street
Saturday 16th March
2-9pm
Day of sun and music with Rhian Sheehan, 50Hz, Mysterious D and Confucius,
MC Mana and Mandrake!

Ends

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