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Welcome to Season 6 of New Zealand's largest and most fabulous travelling event! The Extravaganza Fair!
The Extravaganza Fair is a family affair, it is a free entry, fun day out with something for everyone.
We're bringing to NZ a unique style of interesting market stalls, arts and craft, food, musical entertainment, circus shows, performers, unique to NZ tiny homes, including open home and kids shows & games. We're bringing back the 'old school', join in our sack races, tug of wars & musical bean bags & be in to win prizes!
Check out our solar powered stage & tiny homes!
Arts, crafts and interesting market stalls - ranging from herbal remedies & natural perfumes, heaps of funky clothing including revamped & retro, fashion or bohemian, jewellery like you've never seen before - silver, beaded, fashion, bohemian!
Crystals, boho homewares, hats, hair fun, massage, poi & trick stix fun, Blacksmith working live before your eyes, pipes, macrame, greenstone, henna, plus more, more more! We've got it all going on!
Readers - Tarot by Kathleena & Phils Osho Zen, also Mrs Catalyst healing vibes.
Kids fun - we have cool and interactive stuff for kids - face painting, hair braiding, spray on tattoos & henna. Pedal Powered Merry go Round and Our Tropical Island Bouncy fun, kids jeeps (for both young & old) plus a Trampoline bungee! Candy Floss, games and chill zones with plenty of interaction toys so parents can chill out & relax knowing there is plenty to keep the kids busy!!!
various foodie delights served up from our gastro eateries, Lucky's Fresh Juice Joint & Havana Coffee Works. A little 'fair' indulgence such as tasty mini doughnuts, candy floss & grannies homemade fudge, soft-serve ice cream, yum!
Throughout the day we have talented musicians & performers. And kids games with prizes up for grabs!
- The Karl Austin Experience
- Ashton Family Circus - fun for the whole family
- Magic Show by Dylan Daisy
- Gypsta Tricksta Kids Show
- Guest visits from Mr Conrad Coom & other roaming performers
- Hoola Hoop Show by Summer Spins as seen on NZ's Got Talent
- Tug of War, Musical Bean Bags, Sack Races, 4 man ski race
- Interactive kids toys
- Open mic (4-5pm)
Unique Tiny Homes - all running on solar power.
We are aiming to be a sustainable event. We have banned all one-use plastic bottles, offering you a recycled cup for a koha, made from recycled bottles, with a Rehydration Station - in other words - free water!
Or remember to pack your refillable water bottles! We have banned the plastic bag & plastic straw (offering paper straws if needed), using all compostable & recyclable packaging to help reduce waste. Every little bit helps.
We have our very own Recycle Centre Trailer with recycle warriors on-site sorting and helping you to use the correct bins. Aiming to become 'carbon neutral' by donating to tree planting charities at the end on each season. (See our FB page for details).
All dates and towns will be listed here and on our Facebook page. Join our group page and share your photos.
For open mic details contact email@example.com.
For stall holder applications, visit the website.
(Please note: Unfortunately we don't take casual stall holders.)
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