Auckland's annual Grey Lynn Park Festival has been cancelled because of tomorrow's "miserable" forecast.
Organisers posted a message on the event's website saying the trust board had to make "really tough decision."
"The weather heading to Auckland is going to be relentless and Saturday is going to be miserable, not what anyone wants for a festive occasion. Thank you to everyone who has supported us this year and we will see you all next year."
The free event has run for the past 29 years and offers live music with food, clothing and jewellery stalls.
In the past the event has attracted about 100,000 people.
- Auckland Now
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