What's on

Find out what’s on in Christchurch, from free events to art exhibitions, festivals to live comedy, you’ll find it all here.

Listed Events

Sorted by: Date Showing 1 - 40 for Music

1 March 2019 to 21 December 2019

Christchurch Symphony Orchestra is the South Island's leading orchestra, providing a programme of music that spans the full range of orchestral repertoire from Beethoven to Bowie.

22 August 2019

Formed in 2017, the Melbourne-based Morton Trio features three emerging Kiwi professionals, Arna and Alexander Morton from Christchurch, and Liam Wooding from Whanganui. All three have been good friends for years.

24 August 2019 to 25 August 2019

A festival of song will be presented free of charge by a variety of singing groups from the Canterbury Region throughout the Christchurch CBD every 20-30 minutes throughout the weekend of 24-25 August.

24 August 2019, 25 August 2019

Post-Punk Electronic Trio JOY X Libeau perform at Plume, live streaming the event simultaneously on multiple Instagram accounts.

28 August 2019, 4 September 2019, 11 September 2019, 18 September 2019, 25 September 2019

Wednesday at One is a popular weekly lunchtime recital series featuring a wide range of performers.

28 August 2019

Following the release of her mighty, critically-acclaimed third album Designer, NZ singer-songwriter Aldous Harding sojourns home for a nationwide tour at Christchurch’s James Hay Theatre on 28 August.

29 August 2019, 26 September 2019, 31 October 2019

Do you remember the good old days when we used to gather around Grandma at the piano and sing? Or when a mate would pull out a guitar at a party and we’d all sit around and sing? It's time to revive the sing-along.

29 August 2019

A concert, performed by 1,300 students from 47 schools with a professional backing band and guest artists the Bicycle Band.

30 August 2019

Put on those dance shoes and gather up all your friends and head on down to the Cuban to dance the night away with us.

31 August 2019

Soloists Anna Leese, Bianca Andrew, Jared Holt and Paul Whelan join with the Christchurch Symphony Orchestra and Chorus to perform Mozart’s Requiem.