top of page

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Know Before You Go

 

What is Operatunity Daytime Concerts?

Operatunity Daytime Concerts is New Zealand’s leading provider of daytime entertainment. We present eight national tours a year visiting over 20 venues from Invercargill in the South to Whangarei in the North – That’s nearly 200 daytime concerts a year!

 

Our song choices are unashamedly mainstream – we perform the tunes you know and love! We cater for lots of different musical tastes. Our concerts range from Rock’n’Roll and Music Theatre to European Classics, 20s and 30s songs to an olde-time country music show.

 

Who are your performers?

We only employ professional New Zealand artists – all of whom are well known in their fields of expertise, whether it be Opera, Musical Theatre, Rock’n'Roll, Country and more! We also like to help young up and coming artists to get their first break and enter the world of professional performance by mentoring them and giving them valuable performance experience. 

 

What time are your concerts?

Concerts start at 11am and finish between 12:30pm & 1.00pm

 

How do I book tickets?

Tickets can only be purchased directly through Operatunity. We encourage you to book online if you can, however if this does not work for you, please ring our friendly team in the office on (toll free) 0508 266 237 and we will be more than happy to help!

 

Booking Online –

This is the fastest and easiest way to secure your seats! Simply click BOOK NOW on our webpage.

 

Call Toll Free –

Our Friendly Team in the office are here to help.

Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm ph Toll Free 0508 266 237

 

Email Us –

bookings@operatunity.co.nz – Our Friendly team will respond within 2 working days.

 

Please note – Our booking office is not open on weekends.

How much do the tickets cost?

We have a range of pricing options available:

Season Pass = $260 (includes x1 ticket to all 8 shows in a calendar year at your nominated venue) this works out at $32.50 per show – a saving of almost $10 per concert!

Pick N Mix = $34 per ticket (4 or more tickets purchased in advance to 4 different Operatunity Concerts).

Single tickets = $39 per ticket (paid in advance)

Door Sales = $42 (pay on the day and subject to availability)

 

What happens if I cannot attend a concert?

Tickets to Operatunity Concerts are non-refundable and non-transferable.

 

Season Ticket Holders = You are welcome to lend your season pass to a friend for the performance you cannot attend. You are also welcome to swap to another venue of your choice with 5 days’ notice via email or telephone call to our office.

 

Pick N Mix Ticket Holders = Pick N Mix tickets can be transferred to another show/venue within the same calendar year. You must give the office at least 5 days’ notice via email or telephone call to our office.

We are no longer able to put tickets into Credit.

 

Can I bring a group to your shows?

Yes, you are more than welcome to bring a group to our concerts. We can hold group tickets for concerts up until 10 days prior to the concert date. At that time, we will require confirmation of numbers and payment for the tickets. However if the concert is sold out, we may require an earlier commitment and you will be contacted by our concert team. 

 

Group 5+ = $37 (Paid in advance)

Group 10+ = $35 (Paid in advance)

Group 30+ = $34 (Paid in advance) + one free ticket for your group organiser.

 

If your group needs to pay on the day – please phone our office to discuss this. We have special rates for groups that need to pay on the day.

 

Payments for group bookings can be made in one lump sum or individually by group members – your group organiser will provide you with a unique sale ID for your booking if this method is opted for.

 

Payments made by individuals for groups can only be done via credit card over the phone or by online banking. Group tickets cannot be paid for individually on our website.

 

Please note – Alterations to group bookings may only be done by the official group organiser, not group members. Tickets may only be distributed to the group organiser, not individuals within the group. This includes distribution via post & email. No exceptions.

 

How do I pay for my tickets?

You are welcome to pay via credit/debit card* or online banking. We do have cash & eftpos facilities available at the concerts. You are welcome to book for future concerts when attending a concert, please see the team at the box office before or after the show. 

 

* All card payments incur a small service charge of 1.5%.

 

If paying via online banking, please phone our office to book your tickets and we will provide you with a unique reference number for your booking. Please do not make online banking payments without obtaining a reference number from the office first.

 

How do I receive my tickets?

Tickets can be emailed, posted, or made available to collect from 10am on the day of the concert. Postage incurs an added cost of $5.00. Please allow at least 14 days to receive tickets via post.

 

Can I select my seat for a concert?

All seating is general admission and on a first come first served basis.

Doors Open at 10am – no earlier.

 

Please note, we only reserve seats for people with disabilities or those using a wheelchair.

 

Do you provide refreshments at your concerts?

Included in the price of your ticket is tea, coffee & light refreshments. These are available before the concerts from 10am – 11am.

 

Where do I park at your concerts?

Parking spaces may be limited at some venues, we recommend you arrive early. Please adhere to any parking signage around our venues.

 

Operatunity is not responsible for any parking fines or towing fees if vehicles are not parked correctly.

 

Are your venues accessible?

Venues have been carefully chosen to be mobility and wheelchair accessible, but you must tell us at the time of booking if you require a wheelchair space. As a courtesy, please arrive early and make yourself known to our team who will assist you. For those in a wheelchair, you may be entitled to a carer’s complimentary pass. This is only for those who would not otherwise be able to see the concert without assistance. 

 

Please note, wheelchair spaces at the following venues are very limited, please contact our office as soon as possible to secure these spaces: Orewa, Papakura, Kapiti, Whanganui & Invercargill (and Glen Eden from 2025!)

 

If you are from a hospital or a special needs group, you may also be entitled to a carers complimentary pass. Please ask our staff about your eligibility.

bottom of page