Ticket price $10 with the option to koha (donate) more as a percentage of all ticket
and merchandise sales will go towards a Ngāti Kuri kaupapa of your choice.

16+ EVENT | ALL PARTICIPANTS MUST PRESENT A VACCINATION PASSPORT WITH VALID ID OF ENTRY

About #HīkoiTo100

#HīkoiTo100, which ran throughout summer, was the first step of the Ngāti Kuri #HīkoiTo100 movement – a hīkoi to safety in the face of COVID-19. And just as #HīkoiTo100 began as a way to rally iwi vaccinations – it now becomes our rallying cry as an iwi. That future starts now, today, with this festival. Hei tupuna rangatira koe – be a good ancestor.

About Festival

Join us, as Ngāti Kuri leads the motu with the first large scale music festival in Aotearoa since the Omicron outbreak.

The #HīkoiTo100 Music Festival will take place on Saturday May 21st from 12pm to 9pm at the Awanui RFC and Sporting Complex. Headline acts include Tomorrow People, Che Fu, Ladi6, Savage, 1814 with support from Jackson Owens, Monsta Ganja, Israel Starr, Papa’s Pack and more.

With the #HīkoiTo100 Festival, Ngāti Kuri celebrates the success of the iwi #HīkoiTo100 COVID-19 vaccination drive that was held over the summer to boost iwi resilience. The festival creates a space to pause and remember in the present the iwi past achievements to protect their people; celebrates their increased resilience in the face of COVID-19; and their commitment to ensuring that their history with pandemics does not repeat itself.

In keeping with the original intention of #HīkoiTo100, which was to boost iwi resilience, the festival will require My Vaccine Passes from all attendees and is open to whānau 16+.

*These statistics represent the Māori vaccination rates across the North Cape. stats are taken from https://tewhata.io/covid-19-vaccination/map, from Ministry of Health Data. Accurate at the time of publishing.

Hei tupuna rangatira koe

Be a good ancestor

Preparing for Covid

Our booklet for whānau to prepare for COVID-19.

Hei tupuna rangatira koe

Be a good ancestor

As with many of our Māori communities, the Flu epidemic of the 1890’s, the 1918 Spanish Flu, Tuberculosis and Polio had a significant impact on Ngāti Kuri. We want to make sure history doesn’t repeat itself.

Vaccination against COVID-19 is our first best defence to protecting our whakapapa. #HikoiTo100 mobilizes the movement and asks everyone to be a good tupuna.

Hei tupuna rangatira koe

Be a good ancestor

Where can I get Vaccinated?

ngā taupuni tuku rongoa āraimate

Kaitaia Hospital

29 Redan Road, Kaitaia 0410

Clinic Hours
Monday to Friday 9am-4pm

Pukenui Clinic

5 Lamb Road, Pukenui

Clinic Hours
Monday: 12pm – 5pm
Tuesday – Friday: 8.30am – 5pm

Doctor Available
Wednesday

Te Hāpua Clinic

Waharua Road, Te Hapua

Clinic Hours
Monday: 1pm – 3.30pm
Wednesday: 10am – 3.30pm

Doctor Available
10am – 3.30pm Fortnightly Thursday

Te Kao Clinic

6652 Far North Road, Te Kao

Clinic Hours
Monday: 12pm – 5pm
Tuesday – Friday: 8.30am – 5pm

Doctor Available
Tuesday, Fortnightly Thursday

Hei tupuna rangatira koe

Be a good ancestor

Whai i tō Tātou Haerenga

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