Moana AucklandFestival Hub

Join us at Te Wero Island in the Viaduct for family-friendly entertainment on weekends during Moana Auckland, New Zealand’s Ocean Festival.

  • Date Te rā

    Every Friday - Sunday from 23 Feb till 17 Mar
  • Price Utu hoko

  • Location Te wāhi

    Te Wero Island, Viaduct Harbour

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Featured artists

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7pm, Friday 23 February


Pop (90s)

To launch Moana Auckland, TrueBliss, the Kiwi 90s girlband that started the worldwide PopStars TV phenomenon will be performing with specical apperance from Peter Urlich (Th' Dudes).

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4pm, Saturday 24 February

Lee Gray


Since moving to New Zealand in 2011, Lee has become one of the most sought-after performers on the Auckland music scene. Playing an average of three to four shows a week, his live performances are well polished and never fail to impress.

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5pm, Saturday 24 February

Steel’n Beats Steelband

Covers - Steelpan

Formed in 2018, and with a growing repertoire of adventurous arrangements for the steelpan, Steel'nBeats offers a unique fusion of Caribbean rhythms and modern pop music, creating a vibrant and energetic sound that evokes laidback summers.

This dynamic blend of tradition and innovation allows listeners to experience the cross-cultural synergy between different musical styles and appreciate the richness of the diverse musical traditions of the steelpan.

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6pm, Saturday 24 February



FABLE is an alternative Māori artist from Papakura, South Auckland who first entered the scene in 2019 with the eery single ‘Beware’, and ever since then he’s been paving a lane of his own within the alternative music scene in Aotearoa New Zealand. 

FABLE’s ability to push the boundaries of what indigenous Aotearoa music can be, alongside his willingness to share the realities of everyday New Zealanders, has helped him capture the hearts of New Zealand student radio and everywhere else in between. 

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7pm, Saturday 24 February



Lou’ana, a Kiwi Pacific Artist, singer-songwriter & musician. Inspired by American funk, soul & disco - Lou’ana infuses these nostalgic grooves with her own spirit and stories. With over a million streams on Spotify, Lou’ana’s debut album ‘Moonlight Madness’ landed her with Best Pacific Female Artist at the 2021 Pacific Music Awards.

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2pm, Sunday 25 February

Miss Mixtape


Born from the mosh pits of a legacy of rock concerts and the irreverent Paddock of Kiwiburn, miss mixtape donned her best rock n roll gumboots, sparked up her disco inferno, and brought music with words to festivals with more sparkle than a mirror ball! 

From a wide spectrum of musical influence, she’s been dipping into the 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s and the noughties, mastering her craft and developing a unique dance floor style, spinning a fusion of dirty rock classics fused together with sultry house and disco, just like your favourite mixtape from days gone by. This rock chick will have you shaking your groove thing while you shred that air guitar. 

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6pm, Sunday 25 February

Hamish Crocker

Solo / Mixed Genre

Hamish selects tunes from across the entire music spectrum to bring together an awesome vibe no matter what the party or event. Combined with his impressive skills on saxophone, he’s got you completely covered.

More acts coming soon