Ngapuhi Festival set to attract 1000s (stall holder details)

Ngapuhi Festival set to attract 1000s (stall holder details)

Nau Mai Haere Mai, Ngapuhi Festival 2012

Kaikohe is gearing up to yet again host the bi-annual Ngapuhi Festival which is expected to attract thousands while highlighting and celebrating the culture and pride of one of New Zealand’s largest iwi. Presented by Te Runanga-A-Iwi-O-Ngapuhi.

The Festival takes place January 28-29 (Sat/Sun) at Northland College, Kaikohe.

The prime purpose of this event is reinforcing and promoting the Mana, Matauranga and Tikanga of Ngapuhi nui tonu. A weekend full of entertainment, art, competitions, kapa haka, whanaungatanga, wananga, matauranga, stalls, shopping and plenty of kai.

More details will be added to the Ngapuhi website as the festival gets closer, so make sure you “like” their Facebook page and bookmark their website.

If you are interested in having a stall at the festival, you can find out the pricing options and register online today.

Stall Holder Options

When your ready to order, start by using the “product selection” at the bottom of this page.

  • Marae Stall: $100 +gst

    Marae Stalls must return all funds to the Marae they represent.

  • Non-Corporate Stall: $200 +gst

    Non-Corporates are for profit stalls (Organisations with less than 100 staff. Government Agencies must choose corporate stall).

  • Corporate Stall: $400 +gst

    Government Agencies and Organisations with more than 100 staff.

All stalls include:

  • 5m x 5m space
  • Saturday and Sunday
  • 2x Car Parks (away from stall space)

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