Bring the whole family along on Saturday 29 October, from 4:00pm until 8:00pm, to help us celebrate Spring with Onehunga's biggest street party. On Onehunga Mall between Church and Arthur Streets, there'll be two live music areas, a silent disco, stilt walkers, the Bubble Man, a live art demo, plenty of takeaway food options, giveaways and more!
Cultural groups from Onehunga High School will kick the evening off followed by Honeytrap who’ll really get the party going with top 40 chart toppers. Headline act Lucky May, will wrap the evening up with their distinctive soul-pop twist on a wide range of classic covers.
Grab takeaway food from Onehunga's local eateries to enjoy in our covered dining area as you listen to the delightful sounds of jazz band, Room 202 and acoustic singer, Eleanor Faulkner.
Kids and adults alike will have fun at the Silent disco as they pop on headphones, turn up the tunes and bring their best dance moves! Miss Groove will keep you entertained with dance games and a dance battle!

Music on the Mall schedule:

Stage (Church Street end of Onehunga Mall)
4.00pm - 4.05pmWelcome from MC - Councillor Josephine Bartley
4.05pm - 4.55pm Onehunga High School Samoan, Niuean and Cook Island Cultural Groups
5.05pm - 6.55pmHoneytrap
7.00pm - 8.00pmLucky May
Dining Area (Arthur Street end of Onehunga Mall)
4.20pm - 6.00pmRoom 202
6.15pm - 7.55pmEleanor Faulkner
Central Zone
4.00pm - 7.00pmSilent Disco with Miss Groove
4.00pm - 7.30pm (first 30 mins of every hour)The Bubble Man
4.30pm - 6.30pmStilt walkers





This is a zero-waste, sustainable, smoke-free event. We encourage you to leave the car at home - walk, cycle or catch public transport to the event. If opting to drive and park, be aware that the Dress-Smart car park closes at 5.30pm.

This event is proudly sponsored and supported by:


*Onehunga Business Association *Maungakiekie-Tamaki Local Board
*Eke Panuku Development Auckland *Four Winds Foundation *Lamont & Co *L.L Hire *The Trusts Community Fund *Dress-Smart
*Onehunga Community Patrol *Jackson Industries *Eco Matters *Auckland Council *Church Street Garden Central

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