QVM's Summer Night Market is about to get more exciting! The dynamic cast of internationally acclaimed hit musical JERSEY BOYS will give Queen Victoria Market visitors a sneak preview of one of the most successful music theatre productions in Australian history. Happening next Wednesday, 20 February, so don't miss it!
The internationally acclaimed hit musical JERSEY BOYS tells the story of how a group of blue collar boys from the wrong side of the tracks became one of the biggest pop sensations of all time, selling 175 million records world-wide. Hits include Walk Like A Man, Big Girls Don’t Cry and Sherry.
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Come along to the National Sustainable Living Festival's Big Weekend (8-10 February) to meet the cream of the organic crop at this iconic sustainability event. Featuring a huge program over three days at Fed Square and Birrarung Marr, the weekend will include workshops, talks, performances and more.
Take part in the Powering Melbourne Challenge and see how much energy you can create on renewable energy walking tiles - each step on the tiles creates energy, which is paving the way to a more sustainable future. There are prizes to be won for those who can create the most!
Settle back on the banks of the Yarra River and enjoy a tasty bite by day or night at the Festival's sustainable food market serving delicious local, organic treats.
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Happy Chinese New Year from the team at the Radisson on Flagstaff Gardens. Looking forward to dropping in with some Chinese New Year goodies for our clients and wishing everyone a crackling start to the new year! Our best wishes for an abundance of joy, health, and success in Making Every Moment Matter in the Year of The Pig.
Balit Narrun - Share the Spirit Festival is an annual outdoor concert that centres around music created by Indigenous artists, with a focus on showcasing the true diversity of indigenous performers across different genres.
This free, family-friendly festival happens this 26 January from 1 to 5 pm at Treasury Gardens. It attracts an annual audience of around 5,000 people, and features dancing and music, cultural art stalls, food trucks, and activities for young people on the day.
The 2019 festival features Mojo Juju, Birds, Stiff Gins, Jedda, Brothers in Arms, Djirri Djirri Dancers and MC Monica Karo.
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Melbourne's much-loved LGBTQIA＋ event is happening again this Sunday, 20 January at Alexandra Gardens! Midsumma Carnival will see all the crowd favourites return (including the dog show) with an added pinch of lip-syncing, drag dazzling, stellar acts, fine food and a pop-up bar. If you didn't get through the array of stalls last year then make sure you arrive at 11am as the glitter begins to stir.
With safe spaces for families, friendlies, queer kinds and groupies you know there'll be something to suit everyone. Midsumma Carnival is a glass-free event and we're conscious of our footprint on the environment. So bring your sustainable vessels and paper straws, slap on the sunscreen for a full day of festivities, then shimmy on into the night.
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The Melbourne Street Eatz festival is on again at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. All the regular food trucks (plus some new vendors) will be in attendance throughout the duration of the festival.
With live entertainment, a big screen for tennis viewing, kids activities and eating competitions, there's something for everyone and it's all pooch friendly! The festival will run from today until the 28th of January, from noon til 10 pm every day.
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