Entertainment on South Street
Entertainment on South Street is the place to go for families this year. With a fantastic range of entertainment the whole family can enjoy, it’s a great place to stop and take a break from the crowds during the Southern Hemisphere’s largest agricultural event.
Chelsea & the Ultimate Canines are back again this year, dazzling audiences with their amazing tricks and skills. Chelsea Marriner has had a passion for training dogs since she was two years old, and it shows in her entertaining displays, appealing to a wide audience – not just dog lovers. Chelsea & the Ultimate Canines will be performing at Entertainment on South Street twice a day.
DairyNZ’s Rosie the Cow will also be giving performances, helping to teach kids and families the importance of dairy in New Zealand, as well as creating an interesting show that is both educational and fun. Rosie will be taking the stage three times a day.
Alpaca 101 is a demonstration run by the Alpacas Association New Zealand, and gives audiences an insight into what life is like with rare and adorable alpacas. Alpaca 101 runs twice a day and is great for everyone, whether you are from the city or a farm. Find out about the alternative lifestyle of being an alpaca owner.
The Rural Bachelor of the Year challenges include Question Time, Construct and Create, Suzuki ATV Skills, as well as challenges with Chelsea & the Ultimate Canines and Alpacas 101.
Fieldays is welcoming Sam and his Farmyard Friends to Entertainment on South Street for the first time, with children able to visit with farmyard animals in a safe and interactive environment. By visiting with the animals, children can their confidence and develop an understanding of the animals and their wellbeing.
Entertainment on South Street food court offers 14 different food and drink options, making it the perfect place to take a break from your busy day while keeping the kids entertained.