How to spend your time this weekend in Sydney?
[Spectrum Now Festival] Carousel Market Saturday March 28th, Harmony Park, Surry Hills
Part market, part carnivale, this event celebrates one of the most creative suburbs in the country. A host of the areas creative endeavors will set up shop including Golden Age Cinema and Bar, the Jam Factory, Single Origin Roasters and many, many more.
Elizabeth Rose LateNight Discoteque Friday March 27th, Civic Hotel
Rose’s limited Australian Discoteque tour features a hand-picked local and emerging artists for each show to support and will end in a DJ set from the starlett herself. Expect trip hop, dark house and minimalist tunes.
Soul Brews @ Stockade Friday March 27th, Stockade by Macarthur Grange Brewery
It’s not too often that this brewery opens its doors to the public, but when it does, you can expect new brews on tap, a smokey spit roast and soul tunes to kick off your weekend.
North East Party House Friday March 27th, Oxford Art Factory
Are you’re looking for a gig that combines quality and cheapness, this is your ticket. The Australian festival favourites, North East Party House, are on tour for their debut album.
Bronze Snake Warehouse Sale Saturday March 28th, 7 Randle Lane, Surry Hills.
Steps aside ladies, because, for once, there is a warehouse sale just for the guys. Melbourne-based street wear label, Bronze Snake, are clearing out menswear from $10-20 in their first ever Sydney warehouse sale.
Pulp Confidential All Weekend, Gallery of NSW
This free exhibition explores the fast and dirty publishing of the 1940s/50s where Australia started to churn out controversial and promiscuous Pulp Fiction.