A Slice of Heaven - 40 Years of Hits Tour
After the great success of last year, we will be hosting a second Women You Can Bank On event at the Dunedin Town Hall on Thursday 11 May 2017.
Tickets are now on sale for Dave Dobbyn's A Slice of Heaven - 40 Years of Hits Tour!
Have you ever wanted to host your community event in a larger venue with access to more facilities? The Community Access Grant will help you access funding to host your event at Forsyth Barr Stadium or the Dunedin Centre.
As the Mockers took to the stage, the audience was transported back 30 years as Andrew Fagan and the gang took a journey through their old hits.
The Big Christmas Cabaret
British rock band The Cult began its Dunedin show with guitarist Billy Duffy standing alone in a spotlight delivering the opening riff of Wild Flower.
Kiwi legends The Mockers reform their classic line-up for their first New Zealand tour in 30 years, to perform in January, 2017.
A large audience of nearly 750 people attended ''Courage under Fire,'' a presentation by Rabia Siddique at the Dunedin Town Hall last night. Thank you Rabia, for sharing your incredible and hugely inspirational story with us!
Restaurant Associates is our exclusive catering provider here at Dunedin Venues. This week, we take a behind the scenes look in the kitchen, for a catch up with the man who creates our delicious menus - Our Executive Chef Michael Tomlinson.
Currently touring the USA, THE CULT return to New Zealand in November for headline shows in support of their latest album, Hidden City.
The talented musical collective Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox had everyone wanting to dust off their old dancing shoes at their incredible show.
Direct from the UK, Ultimate Bowie arrived in Dunedin last week, transporting Bowie fans across 40 years of musical genius, from Spaceboy to Superstar.
The Kia Toa Tigers were crowned the 2016 Otago rugby league premiers after defeating the East Coast Eagles 32-18 at Forsyth Barr Stadium to win the William "Massa'' Johnston Cup.
What a fantastic evening with an outstanding line up of guests who kept the audience entertained throughout the night!
After the success of their album tour, opera trio Sol3 Mio came back to New Zealand for a run of performances around the country including a stop at our very own Dunedin Town Hall.
Good times never seemed so good
In October 2015, New Zealands very own Avalanche City, supported by Benny Tipene, played at the Dunedin Centres Glenroy Auditorium.
Legendary band Fleetwood Mac has sold out their November Dunedin show in less than an hour. With queues at the box office and fingers flying with online bookings the public sale tickets were snapped up in an instant.
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