August 30, 2019

FOUR THINGS YOU CAN’T MISS THIS NOVEMBER

While November is the last month of spring, which means it is warm enough to leave your jacket at home, not every weekend is guaranteed to have a bikini temperature. Fortunately, this month has a lot to offer from annual festivals like Newtown Festival and the Festival of Dangerous Ideas to Shawn Mendes and KISS shows, no matter the forecast. If that’s not enough to keep you entertained Sydney has the best laneways for exploring hidden bars, streets and little brunch spots.

Newtown Festival

Celebrate Newtown’s neighbourhood by coming to this unique and vibrate festival filled with live music, food, drinks, kid’s zones and bespoke fashion. This is by far the biggest and best festival for social change. Don’t forget to stop by some of the Sydney’s favourite places to eat, play and shop while in the area.

Enjoy Sydney’s jacaranda trees

Nothing indicates warm weather in Sydney like the full bloom of jacaranda trees. You can enjoy the purple blooms all over Sydney particularly in the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kirribilli and Oxford Street. What can be better than a spring stroll under these picturesque trees?

Shawn Mendes

We hope you already have your tickets booked for Shawn Mendes World Tour 2019. Mendes will be performing his new hits from self-titled LP, which debuted at #1 on both the US Billboard 200 chart as well as #1 on the ARIA Album Chart.

KISS – End of the road

Don’t miss the last ever tour by rock n roll legends – KISS! Famous for their larger-than-life outstanding performance, KISS has earned the title of the most iconic live show rock n roll and this is your last chance to see them perform live!

Loy Krathong

Immerge yourself in the beautiful traditions of Thailand at Lay Krathong festival taking place near Parramatta River Foreshore. The unbelievable energy, interesting flavours and sounds of Thai culture will be on display, along with enchanting lightning, traditional games, and a range of delicious South East Asian food offerings.