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What's On This April

By Dunedin Venues | Posted: Monday April 5, 2021

Are you looking for entertainment, music, perhaps a concert or show? Whether you're into music, performing arts, rugby or other sport, you will find something to do in Dunedin.

Tonight, Tuesday 6th April: Marlon Williams

A full solo performance by Marlon unearthing some early material, beloved album songs and an introduction to some sparkling new works. This will be Marlon’s first solo tour in over six years.

  • Doors open at 7.00pm
  • 7.45pm
  • Dunedin Town Hall
  • Last minute tickets available here
Marlon Williams — Image by: Marlon Williams


Saturday 10th April: Super Rugby 

Highlanders vs Chiefs

Whenever we play the Chiefs it’s always an explosive game! Both teams have shown some brilliance this season.This game is going to be a cracker that you don’t want to miss!

  • Gates open at 6.00pm
  • 7.05pm kick-off
  • Forsyth Barr Stadium
  • Tickets available via Ticketek
Image by: Dunedin Venues


Wednesday 14th April: Dunedin Arts Festival

Come and hear a feast of Beethoven’s most popular music performed by Dunedin’s most talented musicians. For this belated celebration of Beethoven’s 250th birthday, the Dunedin Symphony Orchestra will be joined by community orchestral and choral musicians of all ages and skill levels.

Dunedin Symphony Orchestra — Image by: Dunedin Venues


Monday 19th April: Nocturnes

An evocative collection of night-songs for the piano, played by internationally celebrated concert pianist, chamber musician and educator Professor Jian Liu. Journey through a dreamscape of lilting lullabies and cradle songs alongside night-music of mystery and mischief.

Nocturnes — Image by: Dunedin Venues


Wednesday 28th April: NZ Int. Comedy Festival

TOFIGA, "Sorry Bout It"

Tofiga Fepulea’i, the world's most popular Pacific comedian, has FINALLY made it.

After touring the world both as a solo act, and as part of the legendary Laughing Samoans, and more importantly, after trying for almost 50 years, Tofiga has finally realised one of his humble childhood dreams – to perform at the New Zealand International Comedy Festival.

New Zealand International Comedy Festival: TOFIGA — Image by: Dunedin Venues