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Light Events

Vector Lights for Anzac Day 2019

Vector Lights will shine from Tuesday 23 April to commemorate Anzac Day. Join us as we reflect on the servicemen and servicewomen, past and present, who have displayed courage and self-sacrifice serving our country. Our poignant light and sound show will repeat continuously, with a short break in between.
 

Vector Lights for Anzac Day 2019

Vector Lights will shine from Tuesday 23 April to commemorate Anzac Day. Join us as we reflect on the servicemen and servicewomen, past and present, who have displayed courage and self-sacrifice serving our country. Our poignant light and sound show will repeat continuously, with a short break in between.
 

UPCOMING EVENTS

2019

  • Apr 23
    Vector Lights for Anzac Day 2019

    Vector Lights will shine from Tuesday 23 April to commemorate Anzac Day. Join us as we reflect on the servicemen and servicewomen, past and present, who have displayed courage and self-sacrifice serving our country. Our poignant light and sound show will repeat continuously, with a short break in between.
     

  • May 20
    Vector Lights for Techweek 2019

    Vector Lights joins Techweek19 to amplify innovation that’s good for the world. Full details for this light show will be available soon. 

  • Jun 27
    Vector Lights for Matariki 2019

    The show will run from 6:00pm until midnight, across three weekends starting on Thusday 27 June. Full details of the light show will be confirmed soon.


     

Past events

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  • Apr 10
    Vector Lights for Poppy Day 2019

    Vector Lights on Auckland Harbour Bridge will shine for three nights to support Poppy Day from Wednesday 10 to Friday 12 April. This is a static light event. 

     

    No recording for this event
  • Mar 19
    Vector Lights for Pasifika 2019 - Cancelled

    Given the unprecedented nature of the terrible events in Christchurch, the Pasifika Festival and Vector Lights shows planned for this weekend have been cancelled.

    No recording for this event