Womad was a huge hit over the weekend, with the festival drawing thousands of Kiwis to celebrate the last of our summer before winter arrives.
So, it got us thinking about our best Kiwi celebrity festival looks this summer.
Whether they're rocking the hippy bohemian look, or something more sophisticated and sun smart, we know our favourite celebrities know how to have a good time enjoying the live music and festival atmosphere.
Art Green and Matilda Rice opted for a more ‘traditional’ look at the Napier Art Deco Festival in Napier this February.
WORLD brand’s Dame Denise spoke with Tame Iti at the World of Words stage at WOMAD on the weekend.
Former Bachelorette Ceri McVinnie rocked a be-jewelled face at Splore Festival with a girlfriend.
Always On My Mind singer, Tiki Taane and his partner really gave their costume one hundred percent this year, complete with full body paint and epic accessories!
Festy inspo from @rachelaxis and @tikitaane at @splorefestival. Love it! . Rachel made her headdress from shells from Papamoa beach, skirt by @hazelswonderland, face by @bodyfxnz, #spraytan by @twilight_tans_ . . . #mysticritual #splore #splore2018 #summer2018 #inspiration #summerfestival #ritual #mystic #festival #costumeinspiration #newzealand
Former Shortland Street star and children’s TV presenter Shavaughan Ruakere was almost unrecognisable in a green ski suit and platinum blonde wig.
Kiwi singer Hollie Smith was in her element at Splore rocking a nude sparkly number teamed with metallic pink gumboots.
Max Key kept it ‘cool’ at Rhythm and Vines New Year’s festival this year.
Former Kiwi Bachelorette Dani Robinson absolutely rocked this matching playsuit with a girlfriend before boogying at Auckland City Limits festival in Western Springs.
Musical artist Jojo Abot performed at WOMAD this year and looked phenomenal as always.