The best skaters in the world, competing in the finest bowl in New Zealand, set against the iconic Wellington harbour. This is BOWL-A-RAMA™ Wellington.
We’re giving it everything for BOWL-A-RAMA™ 2014 - legendary riders competing for the biggest prize money in the history of New Zealand skating, plus a week-long festival including art shows, video premiers, live music performances, giveaways and more.
Dates to be confirmed.
BOWL-A-RAMA™ Wellington is set amidst a week of festivities dedicated to celebrating art, music and true skateboard culture, including Love & Guts Art Show, the launch party, the wrap party and a number of special events – keep checking in for full details soon.
Being Wellington we all know the weather. So in case of rain be prepared for the event to run on the Sunday should the weather turn.
Cnr Majoribanks Street & 8 Kent Terrace, Mount Victoria 6011. Ph (04) 385 7698
Sandwiches is a bit of everything: bar, club, café and music venue. They’re hosting a heap of Bowl-A-Rama festivities during comp week, including the Wrap Party which is sure to be a huge blow-out.
MUSEUM OF NEW ZEALAND - TE PAPA
55 Cable Street, Wellington 6011. Ph (04) 381 7000
Take a break from the partying at New Zealand’s national museum. Featuring exhibitions in the areas of Art, History, Pacific, Māori, and Natural Environment, it’s definitely a great learning experience.
CUBA STREET MALL
There’s a heap to do at Cuba Street Mall, one of Wellington’s oldest strips, with its great round-up of cafes, bars, op-shops, boutiques, art galleries, record stores, tattoo parlours and more to keep you busy.
SLOW BOAT RECORDS
183 Cuba Street, Te Aro 6001. Ph (04) 385 1330
This place is a bit of an institution, being Wellington’s longest running independent record store. With its great range of CDs, vinyl, posters, tees and DVDs, it attracts music legends such as The Beastie Boys, Johnny Marr, The Foo Fighters, Radiohead, Oasis, The Smashing Pumpkins and more
TRANSPORT TO EVENT:
Enjoy the day and come by public transport.
Please check local sites for best travel options: http://www.metlink.org.nz/
Summer sun - wear 30+ sun block, a hat and adequate sun protection.
No alcohol allowed on site. There will be bag searches and you will be asked to take your alcohol home or dump it. Local ordinances apply.