Elemental AKL 2023

20 July - 6 Aug 2023

For 18 days, you’re invited to indulge in a smorgasbord of art, music, food, and events as Elemental AKL infuses eateries and bars, theatres, and public spaces across Auckland with the very best cultural, creative, and culinary experiences from the region.

Tātaki Auckland Unlimited has worked closely with event organisers to ensure that events are as accessible as possible. Every event listing provides accessibility details. Simply click on the event you’d like to attend, and you’ll be taken directly to the Ticketmaster page where you can book and pay for your tickets. Happening 20 July – 6 August 2023.


A mix of paid and free events. Only use Ticketmaster for tickets

For more info visit:

Elemental AKL July - Aug 2023



Please carefully check the website. Every event listing provides accessibility details.

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