CENTRAL OTAGO EVENTS

ANNUAL EVENTS & FESTIVALS

Central Otago is a natural arena for events, offering something for everyone! From motorcycle rally to multisport, horses to history, and festivals for wine, food, blossoms and thyme.

Whether participating or just watching, our events have that unique Central difference; where even an event can seem like a holiday! Many of the events held in Central Otago attract national and international support. There are also a number of smaller local events throughout the year.





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Tuesday, 8 Sep 2015
The most popular of all of the Sherlock Holmes adventures is brought to life in this slapstick comedy spoof packed full of laughter, suspense and lightning- fast costume changes. You can be sure that this will be Arthur Conan Doyle’s most popular story as you’ve never seen it before.
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Wednesday, 9 Sep 2015
The most popular of all of the Sherlock Holmes adventures is brought to life in this slapstick comedy spoof packed full of laughter, suspense and lightning- fast costume changes. You can be sure that this will be Arthur Conan Doyle’s most popular story as you’ve never seen it before.
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Thursday, 10 Sep 2015
The most popular of all of the Sherlock Holmes adventures is brought to life in this slapstick comedy spoof packed full of laughter, suspense and lightning- fast costume changes. You can be sure that this will be Arthur Conan Doyle’s most popular story as you’ve never seen it before.
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Friday, 11 Sep 2015
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Sunday, 13 Sep 2015
Teviot Valley Tartan Time, formerly Scottish Week. We are celebrating tartan as a vehicle to express our Scottish heritage with a series of Scottish themed events. inspire innovative design. Your creation will be showcased as part of a Wearable Tartan Show.
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Saturday, 12 Sep 2015
Round 1 of the DH Southern Series based at Clyde Lookout Hill.
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Sunday, 13 Sep 2015
The Linger & Die Enduro is held in the Clyde and Alexandra area. A staged race with timed sections of trail across the basin and untimed liasons in between.
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Thursday, 24 Sep 2015
Town Criers from around the world will descend on Central Otago for the annual Town Crier Tournament.
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Friday, 25 Sep 2015
Supporters and spectators will cheer on competitors as they traverse the Manuherikia River and scrambled up the hillside to the Alexandra clock during the 2015 Round the Clock Race.
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Friday, 25 Sep 2015
It will all happen at the Linger and Die on the opening night of the 2015 Blossom Festival, when the popular Mardi Gras event will be held to mark the official start of the festival.
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Friday, 25 Sep 2015
The first cry of the tournament will see Criers competing in the Monteiths Golden Home Town Cry at St John the Baptist Church in Alexandra.
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Saturday, 26 Sep 2015
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Monday, 12 Oct 2015
The Contact Alexandra Blossom Festival has a rich and unique history. It is New Zealand’s longest running festival of its kind, and is a celebration of the arrival of Spring in Central Otago. Celebrated with genuine community spirit you too can join in the fun at a range of events.
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Saturday, 26 Sep 2015
Entertainment for the young and the young at heart featured on two stages one dedicated to all the kids and featuring clowns, jugglers and magic shows. The main stage hosts various musical performances
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Saturday, 26 Sep 2015
Crowds will line Centennial Avenue on Saturday the 26th of September 2015 as the procession of colourful handcrafted floats will be paraded down the Avenue to Pioneer Park, where thousands of people of all ages will stroll into the park to enjoy a myriad of events.
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Saturday, 26 Sep 2015
Criers will participate in the Alexandra Blossom Festival Parade and do a mass welcome - not to be missed.
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Sunday, 27 Sep 2015
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Monday, 28 Sep 2015
From established country gardens to newly created marvels these gardens had something for everyone, from the keen gardener to the budding beginner.
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Sunday, 27 Sep 2015
Spectators gather at the Alexandra Airport to watch the Thunder Sunday drag racing and see top performances by drag racers and their noisy machines.
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Sunday, 27 Sep 2015
Blossom Festival Sunday sees the Linger and Die XC. An approx 30km race which includes luscious single track, tasty four wheel drive trails all peppered with rocks and gravel (bring your own salt).
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Sunday, 27 Sep 2015
Criers will compete in the judged crys sponsored by Local Radio Classic Gold at the Roxburgh Theatre.
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Monday, 28 Sep 2015
Town Criers will tour the Maniototo and in the evening groups will have the opportunity to 'Take a Town Crier to Tea'.
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Tuesday, 29 Sep 2015
The third cry will be held at the Cromwell Presbyterian Worship Centre and is themed to "Gold" and sponsored by the Golden Gate Lodge.
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Wednesday, 30 Sep 2015
The World Town Crier Tournament Events Dinner
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Friday, 9 Oct 2015
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Saturday, 10 Oct 2015
Wool On is the gala event of the Alexandra Blossom Festival-a celebration of creativity and design that is held over two nights October. From felted accessories to glamorous gowns, models parade the examples of designers whose flair and passion for fashion are one of the highlights of the Festival.
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Saturday, 17 Oct 2015
Now with three categories; Four Seasons Theme, Anything Goes and Head to Toe Accessories.
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Saturday, 24 Oct 2015
Day one of the Down to Earth Wine Celebration sees a diverse range of activities spread across Central Otago and Queenstown.
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Sunday, 25 Oct 2015
Boutique viticulturalists from the Alexandra Basin band together to hold their New Release Event at Labour Weekend. This year our local producers will be showcasing over 50 New Release Wines made right here in the Alexandra Basin.
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Sunday, 25 Oct 2015
Day two of the Down to Earth Wine Celebration sees a diverse range of activities spread across Central Otago and Queenstown.
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Sunday, 25 Oct 2015
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Cromwell Half Marathon and 10km run or walk. Noon start. Held each year at the Cromwell Sports Club on Barry Avenue, this is truly an event for everyone.
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Monday, 26 Oct 2015
Day three of the Down to Earth Wine Celebration sees a diverse range of activities spread across Central Otago and Queenstown.
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Tuesday, 27 Oct 2015
Day four of the Down to Earth Wine Celebration sees a diverse range of activities spread across Central Otago and Queenstown.
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Wednesday, 28 Oct 2015
Day five of the Down to Earth Wine Celebration sees a diverse range of activities spread across Central Otago and Queenstown.
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