Otahuhu came alive on Saturday 14 July, when the NZMA Auckland South Campus kicked off their cultural festival with around 450 people attending. Families and local community businesses loved the cool vibes generated by local music artists and the tasty food on offer!
Family and friends also attended to support the students. As always, food was in demand, and in particular the colourful cooking competition, where food was so popular it ran low despite hundreds of portions being prepared. The karoke stage was another arena which proved popular especially the Asian lettering activity, poi making and lolly leis.
Thanks to all that came out on the chilly day to have a great time with NZMA!