This Weekend in Sydney 17/8

If you enjoy the finer things in life - eating, drinking and general merriment - then this weekend in Sydney is right up your alley.


ATTEND: MARIBELLE’S SINGLE LAUNCH @ THE WORLD BAR

If you love checking out new music - or if you’ve already got a feel for Maribelle’s alt-laced urban-pop vibe - you’re going to want to head to her single launch for ‘I’m a Mess Without You’ this weekend. Hosted by Otto’s House Party, the evening isn’t just about having a drink and a dance - it’s about checking out a myriad of talent and special guests from 8pm. The event’s being held at The World Bar on Friday night, and you can grab your tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/ottos-maribelle-im-a-mess-without-you-sydney-launch-tickets-47200685521?aff=efbeventtix


EAT: THE SYDNEY HILLS CURRY FESTIVAL

It’s getting warmer, but we’re not quite there yet. If you’re feeling the need to turn up the heat, the Sydney Hills Curry Festival provides the perfect opportunity. Henna stalls, Bollywood performances and live music can all be expected; but of course it’s the multitude of spectacular curries on offer that will truly spice up your Sunday. Be there: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/the-sydney-hills-curry-festival-tickets-45047425061


SNAP: SYDNEY CHERRY BLOSSOM FESTIVAL

Trust us, you’ve never seen anything quite so perfect for Instagram as Sydney’s very own Cherry Blossom Festival. Held in Auburn Botanic Gardens, the festivities kick-start this Friday and promises not just beautiful flowers on the trees, but also celebrations of all things Japanese. Expect plenty of culture and cuisine. For super-cheap tickets: https://www.cumberland.nsw.gov.au/sydney-cherry-blossom-festival


CREATE: DRUNK PAINTING BY WORK-SHOP

Whether you love painting or you just love a few drinks on a Friday night, Drunk Painting lets you do both. You don’t need to be the next Picasso or Monet to join this crowd, you just need to come along with a smile. Stop worrying, have a few drinks and see where your imagination takes you. You might be surprised! For tickets: http://www.work-shop.com.au/event/drunk-painting-4-4-2-2-3-2-3-3-2/