Kids for Kids

Kids for Kids

Celebrating kids; both here and there.

We’re really excited to be partnering with Kids for Kids again this year to bring you a show jam-packed with 100% Kiwi-loved songs. 

Fronted by iconic Kiwi entertainer Jackie Clarke and musician Nathan King, the concert series will be touring the length of the country and will feature a mass children’s choir from each city, singing their hearts out for kids around the world.



Win a share of $5,000 worth of musical equipment for your school!

Did your school help raise the roof at a Kids for Kids show this year?

We want you to continue sharing those special talents so have music equipment for your school up for grabs. Go in the draw to win a Fender Guitar, Fender Mustang Amplifier, Samson Studio GT Pro and much more! Enter competition

Keen to support your child’s journey to becoming a global citizen? 

Here in New Zealand, World Vision is passionate about giving families the tools they need to help their children develop leadership skills, a global world view and to explore their rights and responsibilities of being part of a whānau, school, community, country and planet. View free resources.

Find a show near you

Wednesday 25 October - Friday 27 October 2017  | Hamilton | Activate Church
Tuesday 31 October & Wednesday 1 November 2017 | New Plymouth | TSB Stadium
Monday 6 November – Thursday 9 November 2017  | Auckland North | Bruce Mason Centre
Tuesday 14 & Wednesday 15 November 2017 | Auckland South | Vodafone Events Centre 
Tuesday 21 November 2017  | West Auckland | Trusts Arena 
Thursday 23 November 2017 | Kerikeri | Turner Centre
Monday 27 November 2017   | Tauranga | Baypark
Thursday 30 November 2017  | Putaruru | The Plaza

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What is the cost of the ticket?

We’re big on accountability and transparency at World Vision, so we want you to know exactly where your money is going. By purchasing a concert ticket you are helping to cover the cost of bringing this awesome event to your community, thank you very much! It’s important to note that the ticket cost doesn’t go towards World Vision’s development work around the world. To support World Vision's work explore what we do.