The 36th America's Cup will offer superb land-based race viewing and a vibrant, festive atmosphere.

As well as an unprecedented, close-up view of on-the-water action, the 36th America’s Cup will offer a comprehensive and varied line up of land-based activity. ATEED's summer-long activations programme will drive the thrill and excitement of the 36th America's Cup beyond the Race Village and ensure the entire region benefits from Auckland's hosting of the events. Learn more here

Teams will be housed in bases on Hobson Wharf, Wynyard Wharf and in the Viaduct Events Centre. Bases will be accessible to the public to view teams' daily operations, training and launching and return of their AC75 yachts.

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Based in the Viaduct Events Centre, Emirates Team New Zealand will be in the heart of it all, with a new public interactive innovation space to enable everyone to rally behind their team and the Cup. 

The surrounding area will be transformed into the America's Cup presented by PRADA Race Village. Open daily to the public, this completely free space is expected to welcome thousands of spectators each day. During the racing, the Race Village will come alive with public activation spaces, including a performance stage to showcase New Zealand’s musical and cultural performers, merchandise stands, viewing opportunities and sponsor activations.

The Race Village will also host the opening and closing ceremonies of the 36th America's Cup and feature premium food and beverage facilities throughout.

Can't make it to the action? Don't worry, the 36th America's Cup will be broadcast on free-to-air television in New Zealand and around the globe, with Newstalk ZB and Radio Sport providing radio coverage. 

Learn more on the official 36th America's Cup website