What's on at South Bank
Be inspired to venture out and experience fun and entertaining events happening at South Bank! Here’s what’s on…
28 September – 28 November
Free fitness classes return to South Bank Parklands. There’s twelve different classes to choose from including popular options such as yoga, Zumba©, Pilates, and dance fitness. Pre-registration is required to attend, to see the timetable, book and for more information please – click here.
2 – 5 October
Enjoy a long weekend of family-friendly fun events and activities taking place at South Bank from 2 to 5 October. Featuring free live music a kid’s entertainment. For more information about the event please head to the Field Days page – click here.
1 – 11 October
A celebration of international and Australian film with new-release features, documentaries, short films and curated strands, alongside screenings with live music, conversations, panel discussions and more. To check out the program and to book tickets - click here.
Friday and Saturday afternoons from October - December
Relax with free live music from up and coming artists, surrounded by panoramic parkland views every Friday and Saturday at The Sound Society. For more information including times and locations please – click here.
Until 17 February 2021
An exhibition presenting wedding garments, accessories and stories with a series of themes including evolving fashion, changing cultural traditions, heartbreaking circumstances and true love. To book please – click here.
Britten Motorcycle Company Ltd, Christchurch. Britten V1000 motorcycle 1991. Purchased 1995 with New Zealand Lottery Grants Board funds. Collection: Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa
20 November 2020 - 26 April 2021
A world-exclusive exhibition featuring more than 100 innovative and influential motorcycles from 1860s to present day, showcasing the art, design and history of one of the most iconic objects of the last 150 years. To buy tickets please – click here.
Until 7 February 2021
An exhibition surveying a decade of Mavis Ngallametta's intricate and animated paintings. Mavis Ngallametta was one of the most well-regarded senior community-based artists in Australia, an elder of the Putch clan and a cultural leader of the Wik and Kugu people of Aurukun. QAG is open to a limited number of visitors from 10am – 5pm daily using a time-entry ticket system, for more information please – click here.