At a loss for what to do now that spring is finally here? Don’t fret, we, as usual have you covered with our list of September’s best events. Grab your diary/calender/phone and let’s get to planning your best month yet.
Antiodote (2-3 Sept)
The Festival of Dangerous Ideas is back and ever so slightly rebranded, but it is still Sydney Opera House’s festival of ideas, arts, and action with events from an Irish productions of Swan Lake to Women of Letters to Yeonomi Park.
Taste of Coogee Food and Wine Festival (2-3 Sept)
Food! Wine! Beachside! Start the spring out right with this beautiful market festival of food stalls, artisan markets, wine tasting, beer tasting and entertainment. They’re even hosting a Father’s Day lunch in case you had completely forgotten.
Vogue Fashion’s Night Out (7 Sept)
Become a Vogue VIP for a night and shop your heart out surrounded by fresh florals celebrating the new season. I hope your bank account is ready because the reatiler list is looking good.
King St Crawl (10 Sept)
Newtown is bringing the goods this Sunday night with a free live music and art crawl through venues along King St, Enmore Rd, and Erksinville Rd. Hope you’re ready for a party.
Just For Laughs (12-16 Sept)
Comedy’s big acts from around the country and around the world are in Sydney for this little sibling of the great Montreal festival. Will Anderson, Joel McHale, My Favourite Murder, and Little Dum Dum Club are just a few of the highlights.
Sydney Underground Film Festival (14-17 Sept)
SUFF is the perfect escape from from everyday monotony. Check out our guide for what you need to be seeing in the festival’s 11th year bringing independent and experimental films that infringe upon the status quo to Sydney audiences.
Sydney Bar Week 2017 (16-20 Sept)
Bar awared. Indie spirit tasting. Sydney Bar Week has it all and is the place to be if you’re hanging around these parts of the intenet. We assume you love drinking and bars as much as we do.
Unicorns (23 Sept)
First it was partying with dinosaurs, now the people from Jurassic Lounge are letting you get your unicorn on. We’re talking warehouse party with rainbows, and glitter, and gummy bears.
Time is fleeting
Madness takes its toll…
Let’s do the timewarp again at Dendy Cinemas. Dress up, sing along, and most importantly dance along with with everyone’s favourite trasnvestite from transexual Transylvanna.
Crazy Horse (27-30 Sept)
Why is this Parisian burlesque not already in your calendar? The famous cabaret show is bringing is celebration of all things ‘la femme’ to Australia. With it’s cast of classically trained dancers
Head down to Bowral for the sixth annual Southern Highlands Food and Wine Festival. Enjoy the drive south, check out the tulips and enjoy the best in food and wine the highlands have to offer.
Lara would much rather be on a beach with a cocktail at nearly any given moment, though she will settle for just the cocktail. Follow her adventures at @elleellabee.