The exhibition is located at the stunningly beautiful Fort Takapuna, overlooking Narrow Neck beach in Devonport.
Over two nights, selected areas of the exhibition will be illuminated, including the historic landmarks and underground fort.
Due to the family environment and priceless artworks dogs will not be permitted at the event.
Anna Coddington - 8:30pm
Miloux - 7:30pm
Support DJ R.I.A
Anna is known for her enchanting live performances and voice which “flows perfectly from soft to grunty”, and for her songwriting prowess which has seen her in the prestigious Silver Scroll songwriting award Top 20 list four times since 2010. She is a regular contributor with Fly My Pretties, has performed Aotearoa’s top music and arts festivals, and has sung her way around the country on numerous tours over the years.
A truly incredible vocal talent, Miloux has spent the past three years honing her unique spin on beats-driven ambient electronica.
Between days teaching pre-teens to find their own voice and nights wowing crowds around Auckland, Miloux is a rare artist that wows every person she performs to.
Devonport is accessible via both the Northern and Southern motorways. Take the Esmonde Rd exit and follow the signs to Devonport, then Narrow Neck beach.
There is plenty of parking on site at the event organised and run by Devonport Rotary. Parking in exchange for a small donation. Free Car Parking is available at Narrow Neck Beach reserve, with a two-minute stroll to Fort Takapuna.
The Auckland ferry terminal is situated at 99 Quay Street, which is right at the bottom of Queen Street, with ferries leaving on the hour and half hour.
Once you have arrived at the Devonport Ferry building, you can hop on the 813 bus which will take you around to Narrow Neck and the NZ Sculpture OnShore exhibition.
For further information on transport:Auckland Transport
For the bike lovers, bring your bikes and go for a leisurely cycle around to the exhibition, taking in some of the fantastic scenery of Devonport. There is also bike hire and tours available from Cycle Auckland in the Devonport Ferry Building.Cycle Auckland Website