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Farmers Santa Parade Party

Nickelodeon’s Paw Patrol Race onto the Scene for the Farmers Santa Parade Party!

The fun keeps rolling after the 85th annual Farmers Santa Parade, when everyone’s favourite canine rescue team Nickelodeon’s PAW Patrol take to the stage for a FREE live performance. Families can head to Aotea Square from 2.30PM, Sunday 25 November for the exciting and entertaining line-up of performances at Santa’s Party.

Nickelodeon’s PAW Patrol are a ragtag team of search and rescue dogs dedicated to keeping their home of Adventure Bay safe. With help from a boy named Ryder and doghouses that transform into emergency vehicles, the team always come to the rescue.

Headliners Nickelodeon’s PAW Patrol are joined by MC Flynny from The Hits, The West City Concert Band, Carter-Chan Dance Centre Christmas Show, cultural performances from Wonderful Indonesia, a hip-hop performance from Neverland Studios, and the Mermaids performing the music of ABBA.

Off stage the festivities continue offering up a full afternoon of whanau fun; including giveaways, rides, food vendors and face painting. Plus, kids will have one last chance to see the big man himself before he climbs into his sleigh this Christmas Eve.

Santa’s Party in Aotea Square – THE FAMILY PARTY OF THE SEASON!

Santa’s Party Line-up:
2.30pm – West City Concert Band
3.00pm – Nickelodeon’s PAW Patrol Live Stage Show
3.20pm – Santa Well Wishes
3.25pm – Carter-Chan Entertainment Productions Christmas Song and Dance Show
3.40pm – Wonderful Indonesia Cultural Performance
3.45pm – Neverland Studios Dance Performance
3.50pm – Wonderful Indonesia Cultural Performance
3:55pm – The Mermaids Performing the Music of ABBA
Times are approximate and subject to change.

Farmers Santa Parade: Sunday 25 November 2018
Rain date: Sunday 2 December 2018
Pre-parade: 12pm - 1pm
Parade: 1pm - 2.30pm
Santa’s Party: 2:30pm – 5.30pm

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