Vector Lights is a partnership between Vector, Auckland Council and Waka Kotahi NZTA, and is proud to light up the Auckland Harbour Bridge with an exciting and engaging light and audio story about sustainability and marine conservation. Learn more about the story behind Vector Lights for WWF-New Zealand's Whale Tales 2022 here.
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Vector Lights is raising awareness for Blue September, the annual national awareness month for prostate cancer. More than 700 Kiwi men will die this year – mates, fathers, brothers, grandfathers. Blue September aims to raise awareness and advocates for better diagnosis and treatment outcomes.
Auckland Climate Festival returns for a second year this October, bringing the city together to accelerate climate action and secure a safe and just future for all. Vector Lights will light up in the festival colours in support of climate change and sustainability.
Vector Lights is lighting up purple alongside global landmarks to raise awareness for World Prematurity Day. Over 15 million babies are born prematurely worldwide each year, 5,000 of which are in New Zealand.
Vector Lights on Auckland’s iconic Harbour Bridge presents Celebrating Auckland, a vibrant new light show highlighting the kotahitanga (unity, togetherness) that makes Tāmaki Makaurau such a beautiful and diverse city. Watch the 10-minute light show every Friday and Saturday night from 6pm to midnight from various locations along the waterfront. Next dates: 22-23, 29-30 July and 5-6 August.
Vector Lights is supporting One Year to Go until the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023. The tournament will take place in New Zealand and Australia in July and August, with Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland one of nine host cities.
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