Go and enjoy the teenage angst of Dying Adolescence at Waywards, Newtown this week, or if you like to thrash and growl then make sure to catch Michael Crafter at Beatdisc Records in Parramatta. The ever-popular, ever-catchy Montaigne is taking charge of the Metro Theatre, while Byron faves The Babe Rainbow are bringing their unique brand of 70s pop rock to The Lansdowne Hotel.
What do you want to do this weekend? Here’s a quick look at the best of what Sydney has to offer. With everything from over-the-top pork dedicated barbecues, to learning everything you could imagine about the universe. There’s plenty on offer this weekend in Sydney.
There’s only one more month between you and the end of winter. Luckily, Grub has you covered with the best food events of the month. It’s proven that you can self-medicate the winter blues with a bit of wine and chocolate. Just a taste of what’s on this month. Read More
This weekend in Sydney has events for your green thumb gardener, to your art critic and everything in between. There’s a gluten free expo, for my gluten free friends and a dog show for my four legged friends. It’s another weekend in Sydney. Read More
Under the guise of persistent, yet slowly loosening lockout laws Sydney is alive and well with live music. Catch American indie-rockers, Real Estate at the Metro Theatre, or if folk with an Australian twang is more your feel, try staple singer-songwriter Josh Pyke at the Enmore Theatre. Promising up-and-comer, Vera Blue, is due to perform at the Metro Theatre too, on the back of her latest album release, ‘Perennial’. Be sure to support your local acts and venues too! With bluesy fem-trio, Swamp Fat Jangles. This and more this week in Sydney! Read More
Sydney is meant to be in for a stellar weekend of clear and abnormally sunny weather. Don’t waste it, get out and about and see what’s on offer, with a range of shopping, music and wine events to experience, it’s sure to be a stand out Weekend in Sydney.