A National Remembrance Service for the victims of the Christchurch mosques terrorist attack, and all those affected by it, will be held at 10am this Friday 29 March.

The service, Ko Tātou, Tātou We Are One, will be held in North Hagley Park, jointly led by the city of Christchurch, the Government of New Zealand, Ngāi Tahu and the Muslim community.

It will be an opportunity for people to come together in unity, to show compassion, love and support for all our communities, and the value we place on being an inclusive and diverse country.

Yusuf/Cat Stevens, Marlon Williams, Maisey Rika, Hollie Smith and Teeks are among the well-known artists who will take to the stage.

Getting to the event:

  • Please allow plenty of time to travel to the event and be prepared for delays. Significant road closures and detours will be in place around Hagley Park. Please see the map below for more information.
  • Free public transport including the Diamond Harbour ferry will run all day on Friday 29 March.  Visit MetroInfo for more information.
  • Mobility parking for vehicles displaying a mobility pass, will be at the Hagley Oval car park off Riccarton Ave.  Access Riccarton Avenue from the Hospital end only.  A free shuttle will take people between the car park and the event. 
  • Cycle stands and a scooter parking zone will be at North Hagley Park next to the Golf Course.
  • If driving, we encourage you to park and walk. Find a carpark here and walk to North Hagley Park.
  • Public access to North Hagley Park is for pedestrians only. Access will be available from Harper Avenue, Deans Avenue, Riccarton Avenue through the Botanic Gardens and Rolleston Avenue (Canterbury Museum entrance) through the Botanic Gardens.

What you need to know:

  • If possible, please avoid bringing bags to the event to avoid potential delays in getting into the event.
  • A livestream of the service will be run on TV One and TV Three.
  • No dogs will be allowed in the vicinity of the service site on Friday from 9am-2pm. This includes small dogs, and dogs on a leash.

National Remembrance Site Map