What’s on in Sydney this weekend?

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World-class Sydney is always abuzz with things to see and do and never stops thriving with events and activities for people from all walks of life to enjoy. From an all-day wine festival to a huge event for comic lovers, we round up the best things to do in Sydney this weekend.

Oz Comic Con

This is your chance to live out all your superhero and comic book fantasies, with globally renowned Oz Comic Con taking place in Sydney’s Darling Harbour. Here, you will be granted exclusive access to the stars and creators behind your favourite films and comic books, with a line-up led by Australian actress Dichen Lachman, who starred in the hit Netflix series Altered Carbon. Think cosplay, comic art masterclasses, and mingling with the stars. Time to get your geek on!

When: 29 and 30 September
Where: Darling Harbour
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Rosé All Day

If the thought of drinking rosé all day while overlooking Sydney’s most coveted view was too good to be true – well think again! The popular Rosé All Day festival is back and promises days dedicated to everyone’s favourite pink drink in all its glory, including still, sparkling, spritz and of course frosé. Your ticket will include one Rosé (still or sparkling), one Frosé and one Rosé Spritz and can all be enjoyed over the Sydney Harbour backdrop and live music to tune you in.

When: 28 to 30 September
Where: Opera Bar  
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Starring Australian songstress Tina Arena and boasting more than 20 major awards to its credit, the iconic musical Evita will be playing at the Sydney Opera House this spring. Directed by legendary Broadway director Hal Prince, Evita charts the story of Eva Peron, wife of Argentine dictator Juan Peron, from her humble beginnings through to the extraordinary wealth, power and status which ultimately led her to be heralded as the ‘spiritual leader of the nation’ by the Argentine people.

When: until 3 November
Where: Sydney Opera House   
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Sydney Architecture Festival

Sydney is bursting with history and iconic architecture and design, all of which are highlighted and explored over four days of talks, tours and workshops at the Sydney Architecture Festival. This year will focus on preserving Australia’s beloved monuments and for the 12th edition of the festival, the Sydney Opera House will be the fitting festival hub.

The Festival will begin with the Australian International Architecture Symposium – a full-day event at the Art Gallery of NSW where the country’s leading practitioners will discuss contemporary Australian design and their developing projects. Other highlights include a panel discussion exploring the history of the Opera House for its 45th anniversary, a talk on ethics and economic growth, as well as a hands-on design and architecture workshop.

September 26, 2018