As the Opera House lights up its sails in green for the fourth year running, head over to Sydney’s Entertainment Quarter for the Sydney St. Patrick’s Day Green Quarter on Sunday, March 18. With food, entertainment, and of course plenty of drinks, the day will be jam-packed with all things Irish.
🔥 come to my party 🔥 have assembled the crème de la crème of Sydney for your pleasure. Definitely going to be fun!! Come thru 💥 feat. performances from Oscar Key Sung : Kimchi Princi: Yung Brujo & DIN (Rainbow Chan & Moon Holiday|DJ set)
On March 14, head on over to the Australian Museum for a night of Indigenous culture with barrabugu. Inspired by the word in the Sydney Aboriginal dialect meaning “tomorrow”, the night will celebrate and exhibit the impact of Indigenous knowledge on Australia’s collective future.
Sydney is getting an education this weekend, with a chance to immerse yourself into whole host of new worlds. Explore all the corners of the globe with the Parramasala festival, a new side of art or the bottom of the ocean. It’s all possible, this weekend in Sydney.
Get stuck into the bold, bright culture of Latin America next weekend at the Annual Latin American Festival! Bring your friends and family along to the Bondi Pavilion on Sunday, 11th March, to experience stalls hawking traditional Latin American crafts, art, food, drinks, clothing, hair braiding and accessories.
Get out of your comfort zone this weekend with all that Sydney has to offer. Whether it be through a confronting opera experience solely about noses, or immersing yourself in the artworks of the future, take the leap and do something different.
We Are Colourful is a photography series by renowned conceptual photographer Mat Baker that is shining a light on the Beresford Sundays community. The series, proudly supported by Absolut Vodka showcases the talented and diverse members of the community as well as what equality means to them.
Lose yourself this weekend, whether it be in the depths of a forest or the careful craftsmanship of a centuries old tapestry. But if a less life-changing weekend is more on your radar, then settle in for a classic tale of love and hope with the Mardi Gras Film festival, or tuck into some delicious bites with Bodhi’s Lunar eats.
This weekend, Sydney invites you to travel to another world and escape your everyday. Relive your childhood dreams (or nightmares) or take a peek inside barbershops abroad. If you don’t need an escape from the new year just yet, then there’s plenty to eat, drink and see in the comfort of your own city.
Client Liaison are bringing all their glitz and glamour to the Sunday Sundown sessions at Coogee Pavilion this February. With four inspiring afternoons on the Coogee Pav turntables, the spectacular duo will bring their iconic sound and style to provide a soundtrack to the final month of summer.
With Sydney Festival running throughout the month, there are a stack of events and sideshows to get around and see. Combine that with a few lazy drinking sessions and massive art installations and you’ve got yourself another weekend in Sydney.
This weekend is the mad rush before Christmas where you’re trying to get everything in before the festivities kick off. You can shop, eat, eat some more or catch a movie in the outdoors right up until Xmas eve.
Ricardo's has got you sorted for the best underground house party in Newtown. Summer is upon us in the innawest's best ultimate underground dancefloor pleasure bunker: Tokyo Sing Song, under the Marly on King Street.
The year is rapidly coming to a close, and with so much to do in so little time here is a list of the best things to do this weekend in Sydney. You can Shop the big design market, enjoy a free festival, take a drive and view some art, or pig out on some Ramen.
Playing off the back of a 23-day US tour, Alison Wonderland has returned down under with a horror-themed Wonderland Scarehouse Project which will be executed in Australia’s haunted farmlands starting this November.
Need a Monday blues refreshment? Held every Monday night at The Basement located in Sydney’s Circular Quay brings together a live performance of talented local and international artists for a weekly edition of The Monday Jam.
There’s plenty to do this Weekend with a few good opportunities to explore the city you live in. There are stories to be told, laughs to be had and buildings to explore, It’s going to be a good one Sydney.
The Weekend before Halloween, as expected brings with it a Halloween inspired parties, however if it’s not quite your thing, there is a stack of food and art celebrations and film festivals that’ll keep things interesting this weekend in Sydney.