Details have been released about the national service to remember those killed in the Christchurch mosque attacks - which will now move indoors.
It was originally to be held in North Hagley Park - but wet weather is in the forecast. It will now be held at Addington's Horncastle Arena.
The 51 who died in the March 15 attacks at the Al Noor and Linwood mosques will be honoured in an on-screen Portrait of Remembrance while their names are read.
More details about the full order of service will be released in the coming days.
"This will be an opportunity to remember those who died and were injured and were traumatised, along with the people who responded, from the bystanders to the emergency services and hospital staff," Christchurch City Mayor Lianne Dalziel said.
"It is also an opportunity to reflect on the response which rejected hatred and division and embraced love, compassion, and unity."
In a statement, the Christchurch City Council said due to concerns about the coronavirus, people should stay home if they are feeling unwell.
"People should also not attend if they have recently been in mainland China, Iran, northern Italy or the Republic of Korea, or if they have been in close contact with someone confirmed with coronavirus in the last 14 days."