NZ Tattoo & Art Festival


Live Music, FMX, BMX & much more

In addition to world class tattooing the festival also features a stacked entertainment line up, highlights include live music, Freestyle Motocross & BMX shows, Superior Walls & Ceilings Tattoo Competition & much more.

Impact Feature Walls Freestyle Motocross

Three shows each day featuring Nick Franklin, Caleb Delacy & Carlos Hanlon in the Favour the Brave Action Sports Arena.

Impact Feature Walls Freestyle BMX

Three shows each day featuring Nitro riders Jed Mildon, Ellie Chew & Harley Allen (Aus) in the Favour the Brave Action Sports Arena.

Superior Walls and Ceilings Tattoo Competition

Superior Walls and Ceilings Tattoo Competition on the Mad Mex Stage
- Cheyenne Best of Day Saturday (9.00pm Saturday)
- Stencil Jam Best of Day Sunday (6.00pm Sunday)
- Lucky Supply Best of Show (not judged on stage)
- Dark Horse Best Artist of Festival (not judged on stage)

$5 entry fee per category ($ goes to charity), Registrations at the information desk in the stadium foyer, only tattoos done at the festival can be entered in the best of day competitions, limit of 25 entires per category.

Infinity Ritual

Groove Metal with a dose of Doom from New Plymouth New Zealand. Riffs + Volume = Infinity Ritual, see them live at 2pm Saturday on the Mad Mex stage

Kozo Kaos

Originally from Auckland, New Zealand. Kozo Kaos is a Juggler, Magician, and Circus Stunt Performer.

The Kozo Kaos Circus Stunt show has been performed all around New Zealand and internationally including Australia, England, Scotland, and Japan. Mixing highly skilled juggling with interactive comedy, ladder walking, dangerous stunts, and a touch of Rock n Roll, Kozo will have you on the edge of your seat! See him live at 1pm both days in the outdoor area.

Sacred Laser No Regerts - Tattoo Fail Championship

4.15pm Saturday 26th November on the Mad Mex stage, if you want to enter be in the music tent at 4pm! 1st prize $2000 Sacred Laser voucher, 2nd prize $1000 Sacred Laser voucher (no need to register, just come up when we call the entrants to the stage)