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Peppa Pig to Headline Farmers Santa Parade Afterparty


Peppa Pig to Headline Farmers Santa Parade Afterparty!

After the Farmers Santa Parade has finished its incredible run through Auckland’s CBD all parade-goers are in for a special treat as the international sensation that is Peppa Pig takes the stage in Aotea Square. This show is a part of an amazing line-up of activities that keep the fun times rolling at Santa’s Party from 2.30pm, Sunday 26 November.

Peppa Pig and friends are all set to top off what is going to be the best Farmers Santa Paradeever with a FREE outdoor performance of the popular live show Jump in Muddy Puddles. No stranger to parents and kids alike, the world-famous Peppa Pig will charm audiences as she plays games and enjoys a day out to celebrate the Christmas Party of the season.

Peppa Pig is a loveable, cheeky little piggy who lives with her little brother George, Mummy Pig and Daddy Pig. Peppa's adventures are always happy, filled with loud snorts of laughter, and end with her favourite thing - jumping in muddy puddles!

There are so many fun reasons to stay in town this Farmers Santa Parade Day with a programme that sees Peppa Pig joined by MC Flynny from The Hits, Circus Entertainment Duo 3-Ring Riot, singer-songwriter Ciaran McMeeken, The West City Concert Band and of course the one and only Santa Claus.

Santa’s Party offers a full line up of great family entertainment along with giveaways, rides, refreshments and one last chance to see Santa before he climbs down the chimney on Christmas Eve.

Santa’s Party in Aotea Square – the Christmas Party of 2017!

Confirmed Line-up:
2.30pm – MC Flynny from The Hits
2.35pm – 3-Ring Riot White Christmas Show
2.55pm - Nick Junior Shimmer and Shine
3.05pm – Dinagyang Performance
3.10pm – Peppa Pig – Jump in Muddy Puddles
3.35pm – Santa Well Wishes
3.45pm – Ciaran McMeeken
4:10pm - West City Concert Band
5.15pm End

Times are approximate and subject to change

Farmers Santa Parade:
Sunday 26 November 2017
Rain date: Sunday 3 December 2017
Pre-parade: 12pm - 1pm
Parade: 1.00pm - 2.30pm
Santa’s Party: 2:30pm – 5:30pm

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