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Fab five: Celtic Illusion

Celtic Illusion

Watch in awe as creative Irish Dance is combined with mind-blowing magical elements to produce a sensory experience like no other. Celtic Illusion and is showcasing at Claudelands Arena this Sunday afternoon and this electrifying performance will leave you speechless. Grab your tickets now!

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Julia Deans: We Light Fires

Julia Deans is proud to announce a special nationwide tour in celebration of the release of her critically acclaimed sophomore album ‘We Light Fire’. Inspired by world events, friends, and family, We Light Fire is an album that examines both what it means to be human, and our spectrum of strength and vulnerability. Performing at the Meteor Theatre on Sunday, Julia Deans aims to shine a light on the gender disparity conversation. All the support artists on her tour will be locally appointed with a focus on female, female identifying gender non-binary fronted bands or solo artists.

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Culture Club: Group Hispano Latino              

Come along to the Waikato Museum on Sunday afternoon for a lively performance celebrating our city’s cultural diversity. This weekend will showcase performances from those in the Hispano Latino community. Entry is free.

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Gourmet Garage

Wander on down to Claudelands Events Centre Barn and delight in an incredible range of gourmet food trucks, live music and festive decorations. Swap out fast food Friday for gourmet goodies this Friday night and have a relaxing winddown before the weekend.

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Hamilton Pride Week

Hamilton Pride week kicks off on Saturday and the team have a whole range of fun activities for everyone to enjoy. There will be movie nights, interesting talks, dance parties, craternoons and much more. Check out the full schedule of events and which ones you can attend.

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To find out more about event and activities that are happening in Hamilton, check out .

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