In Auckland on May 4 and Wellington on May 11, 2019
Tamil and Tamil culture enthusiasts can expect an evening of spectacular and multi-talented performances by a famous group from Malaysia at Tamil New Year Celebrations to be held in Auckland and Wellington early next month.
Local singers and dancers will also perform at the two events.
Kuala Lumpur based ‘Vehaara Arts’ will present a series of items including modern and classical dances at ‘Tamil Puththaandu Vizha 2019’ organised by the Auckland Tamil Association on Saturday, May 4, 2019 from 6 pm at Freemans Bay Community Hall, 52 Hepburn Street, Auckland City.
Auckland Tamil Association proudly celebrates "Tamil New-Year 2019" on the 4th of May 2019 from 6pm to 8pm at Freeman's bay community hall. Come join us to enjoy the thundering dance of Vehaara dance group who are coming all the way from Malaysia. Please find the link to get your tickets in advance.
Posted by Auckland Tamil Association on Friday, April 12, 2019
Tickets for the event, priced at $20 per adult (plus booking fee of $1.27) and $10 (plus booking fee of $1.27) for each child between five and twelve years of age can be purchased at https://www.eventbrite.co.nz/e/tamil-new-year-celebration-2019-tickets-60053366235?aff=eivtefrnd.
For further details, please contact Association President Vai Ravindran on 027-2758266 or Secretary Murali Kumar 021-685804.
The Troupe will also perform at the ‘Chithirai Vizha 2019’ celebrations of the Wellington Muthamil Sangam at 530 pm at Memorial Theatre located in the Kelburn Campus of Victoria University on Saturday, May 11, 2019.
Tickets, priced at $65 per family (plus booking fee of $5.13), $25 (plus booking fee of $2.32 per person ) per adult and $15 (plus booking fee of $1.63) per child can be purchased at
For further details, please contact Dr Siva Kumar on 021-1733044, Muthu Annamalai on 027-7037163) or Prema Karuna on 021-2879992. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
About Vehaara Arts
Established in 2010, Vehaara Arts is driven by its core principles of setting a world standard in performing arts and inspiring people to dance.
The Dance Institute conducts classes in Indian Classical, Modern and Folk dances and encourages them to perform at competitions, festival and other functions.
“We focus on instilling love and respect for dance, discipline and creativity, while building self-confidence,” their website says.