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.

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2 Nov 2019

Check out our aircraft, talk to pilots, learn more about recreational flying and our club. Go on trial flights at super discounted prices as low as $20!

3 Nov 2019

The Frontrunner Selwyn Running Festival is an authentic country running race which starts in Leeston. There are four race distances 21.1km, 10km, 5km and kids dash, which also include run, walk, hybrid, individual and team events.

9 Nov 2019

International Rugby League returns to the South Island with a double header at Christchurch’s Orangetheory Stadium.

9 Nov 2019, 13 Nov 2019, 16 Nov 2019

A Canterbury social highlight featuring high-class racing, fashion, food and entertainment across three magnificent days as the region celebrates all that is great about spring in Christchurch.

9 Nov 2019 to 10 Nov 2019

This year's Akaroa Classic and Traditional Boats Regatta will again be centred at the Akaroa Recreation Ground and on the water of the adjacent inner harbour at French Bay over the weekend of 9 and 10 November.

9 Nov 2019 to 10 Nov 2019

National Division 2 tournament for Mixed Ultimate Frisbee. Mixed Ultimate is a version of the sport played with both men and women on the field. This tournament will be full of exciting matchups from teams across New Zealand.

12 Nov 2019

There’s nothing quite like springtime in the garden city of Christchurch when the Christchurch Casino NZ Trotting Cup takes pride of place at Addington Raceway.

15 Nov 2019

This is truly a fun cost-effective day out for everyone. There will be no public surcharges, and entry will be by gold coin donation to Maia Health Foundation. Be sure to pop along and celebrate elite racing at its best on one of NZ’s richest race days.

17 Nov 2019

Olympians and World Championship medalists will hit the streets of Christchurch this November in the Vantage Criterium National Championships. This one-day cycling event follows a 1km street circuit over multiple laps and is free for spectators to enjoy.

23 Nov 2019

Starting at the city side of the Bridle Path, Here Comes The Bridle Path traverses the foot route up the Port Hills (we're just doing the Christchurch side of the hill).