Spring’s Top 5 must see events in Sydney

One Fine Day Wedding Fair

Night Noodle Markets
1. Good Food Month – Night Noodle Markets

Good Food Month runs for the whole of October in Sydney and it means that there are an array of foodie events happening around town that are sure to ignite your taste buds, but none more iconic than the night noodle markets in Hyde Park. This year the markets will be packed with a whopping 50 food stalls featuring all of the old favourites that we know and love plus some exciting new stalls such as; Jugemu & Shimbashi, Black Star Pastry and N2 Gelato. If you’re feeling particularly brave you can even try one of the much buzzed ramen burgers from One Tea Lounge. At this fantastic event you will not only be spoilt for choice in the food department but will also be surrounded by the amazing atmosphere of an Asian hawker market right in your own backyard. You’d be a noodle to miss this one!

http://sydney.goodfoodmonth.com/noodlemarkets

 

Art and About Sydney
2. Art and About

Art and About is City of Sydney’s most exciting celebration of temporary art and public exhibitions, launching on the 18th of September. This year’s festival will feature some extremely interesting installations to get you art and about this spring, with highlights such as: Artisans in the Gardens; BEAMS Art Festival; Surry Hills Festival; and Mayhem: Chequers Club 1969. This is an extensive program and there is sure to be something that appeals to you, so don’t miss out Sydneysiders!

http://www.artandabout.com.au/

 

Sydney Fringe Festival3. Sydney Fringe Festival

This humble and wholesome festival is now in its 6th year of operation as the largest independent arts festival in NSW spread across five suburbs of Sydney. Sydney Fringe offers over 300 productions in over 50 venues in September. Celebrating new and old artists and bringing the people of Sydney together to celebrate our creative city! This year will be huge for Sydney fringe as it will be the first time that events will venture from the safety of the underground. So go and experience some exciting art and culture this September as it spills onto the streets of Sydney.

https://www.sydneyfringe.com/

 

Oktoberfest4. Oktoberfest in the Gardens

Inspired by the love of the traditional Bavarian beer festival and outstanding beer, Oktoberfest in the Gardens is happening in Sydney on Saturday the 31st of October. The event features a massive big top beer hall, authentic German food, Roving performances, silent disco and much, much more. What could be better than tasting your way across Europe with a large selection of imported authentic cider, beer, wine and every other beverage you can think of! Oktoberfest in the Gardens even has you sorted for a stein with a complementary 560 ml goblet being given away with every ticket sold. Get in quick to secure your ticket as last year was a sell out!

http://sydney.oktoberfestinthegardens.com.au/

 

One Fine Day Wedding Fair5. One Fine Day Wedding Fair 

Offering a refreshing alternative to the traditional bridal fair, One Fine Day Wedding Fair comprises of a selection of handpicked vendors that are highly sought after in the wedding industry. Not your average wedding fair, this event offers more inspiration for star-struck couples than you thought imaginable. With wine and food tastings, fashion shows and acoustic performances, what tops the cake of this stylish marital medley is the invaluable opportunity to converse with some of Sydney’s most creative and sought after wedding vendors. Don’t miss out, the event hits Sydney on September 12th and 13th.

https://onefinedayweddingfair.com.au/

 

Get savvy with these stylish spring events and you’ll be skipping into summer with enough artistic, culinary and musical magic to last the year! Or at least until the Australian Open revives that Cup Day rush, and the National Gallery of Victoria pops your Bowie bubble with December’s Andy Warhol exhibition. Keep your finger on the event industry pulse this season, here at CoEM we never miss a beat!

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