This weekend in Sydney is one that is stacked with parties and mini festivals. It’s a huge opportunity to get out, get loose and enjoy this city.
Party: Heaps Gay 4th Birthday
With the recent news of the Yes vote, you know that the LGBTIQ+ collective Heaps Gay is going to throw an absolute rager to celebrate it’s 4th birthday, and more than likely the positive result. This Saturday, November 18th the Sydney Portugese Community Club will play host to a bunch of music, supported by FBi Radio, art, Portuguese chicken, vegan food all kicking off from 1pm. Come down and celebrate the win, for more information.
Dance: The Plot
The Plot Music festival returns to Parramatta Park, with a line of over 50 young, upcoming Aussie talent. Included in the mix, are bands like Sleepmakeswaves, Northeast Party House and Odette, just to name a few. Tickets are $79, but if you can round up some 3 other friends and buy your tickets all together, you get $80 to spend on food and drinks. For more information:
View: We’re All Going to Die
As bleak as it sounds, you’re going to die anyway, so make the most of it. That’s what artist and filmmaker Stefan Hunt wants to tell you. “We’re All Going to Die” will feature interactive artworks, films and discussion about fear of death over at Waterloo’s Commune. The discussion will be led by Triple J’s Tom Tilley and will be focusing on death and its many affects and interpretations. For more information click the link below:
This Saturday arvo you can get down to the Entertainment Quarter for a flavourful festival of 20 of Sydney’s fave restaurants. With the likes of chefs from Lucio’s Ume Burger, Mr Bao, Barzaari, Anason and many more all involved with a dedicated Dessert Alley with Cow & the Moon, Fratelli’s Banofee Pie, and Barzaari’s orange blossom & Pistachio doughnuts. Tickets are only $10, it’d be silly to miss out. Formor information, click: