Sydney : 10 Events To Attend In November 2016

Book Bus Hire with a Driver in Sydney to Attend These November Events!

Whether it’s a food festival, multicultural fest, art shows or fundraising events, the city of Sydney is always jam-packed with eventful activities. If you are travelling in a group to the city, it’s a smart option to use Sydney bus hire with a driver to attend these following November events:

Australian Music Week 2016

Held in Cronulla, the Australian Music Week is back on the 2nd of November in Sydney.  Some of the popular international and Australian artists will come under one roof to showcase their talent in wide-ranging genres. Over a period of three days, a bunch of artists including Tenderfoot & The Moving Stills, Letters to Lions, Hedge Fund, Dog the Duke, Demi Louise and Bearfoot will take the centre stage. Additionally, there will be experienced speakers and delegates joining in 2016. With a number of venues playing host to the Music Week at the beachside suburb of Cronulla, you’ll be spoilt for choice.

Glenaeon Art Show & Family Fair 2016

Scheduled to be held across 3 days from the 4th to 6th of November, the Gleanaeon Art Show & Family Fair welcomes everyone including friends, families and local residents to attend the event free of cost, and enjoy the festivity at this annual fest featuring a wide assortment of activities, market stalls, delectable food and art-show.  

You can keep the children busy with loads of activities including face painting, crystal mining, wooden toy making, climbing Jacob’s ladder and many more.  There will be more than 150 artworks on display with contemporary, abstract and traditional paintings. Add to that some live entertainment in a vibrant atmosphere, along with diverse selection of food items.

Rylstone Street Feast

Hardly 3-hour drive from Sydney, the Rylstone Kandos is located on the western edge of Blue Mountains and will host the 2016 street feast on the 5th of November. It’s a perfect weekend escape with a golden chance to sample taste a diverse assortment of local cuisines and wines, as you enjoy the panoramic views of the district. The street markets will be filled with lots of handicraft and gift items, and you’ll be entertained with live music show throughout the afternoon. Kids can participate in activities like Face Painting and Jumping Castle.

Ben Harper and The Innocent Criminals – National Tour 2016

The immensely talented American singer, Ben Harper, will set the stage on fire with his popular band, The Innocent Criminal performing some of his greatest hits and the latest set of tracks from his album, 13th studio.  At a tender age of 12, he started singing inspired by Bob Marley, and since then he has won Grammy awards for his combination of rock, folk, soul and blues music. The most popular singles that he’ll be performing on the day include Steal My Kisses, Diamonds on the Inside, Fango, Better Way, Don’t Give Up On Me, Forgiven, Faded, and Fly One Time.

Arcadian Artists Trail 2016

On the weekend of 12th and 13th of November, treat yourself to some inspirational artistic stuff, as the Arcadian Artists Trail 2016 will bring together some of the most inspiring artworks by 50 acclaimed artists.  The eclectic show will include printmaking, jewellery, ceramics, paintings, timber work, leather, shibori textiles, felt work, mosaics and bookmaking. You also get an opportunity to explore the northern fringes of Sydney with vibrant orchards of plums, orange and peach. The serene natural environment is itself satiating to say the least.

Greek Street Fair Burwood

Mark the date 13th of November on your calendar with a note to spend a wonderful Sunday at the Multicultural Greek Festival at Burwood. There will be cultural dance performances, live musical shows, traditional Greek food and what not! Get your hands on some deliciously fried dough puffs drizzled with honey. A number of exciting stalls at the Fair will include the favourite Greek Lamb Souvlaki and BBQ. This family event is for people of all ages to come and entertain themselves with plenty of free things to do, as you experience the traditional Greek Hospitality.

IMATS – Makeup Expo

Over a period of 2 days from 19th to 20th of November, makeup artists will gather together for a trade show at the Royal Hall of Industries. This is one event that girls impatiently wait for, throughout the year. The event displays some of the top wizards in the makeup world with an opportunity to gain insight into new fashion trends, costume makeup, specials effects and launch of new products in the market. So if you are looking to adorn yourself with the right blends, you surely cannot miss out on this event.

Sydney Rock ‘n’ Roll & Alternative Market 2016

With a vast array of stalls, vintage vehicles on display, swing dancing lessons, record fair and entertainment shows on offer, this is the time to get your dancing shoes on for the Alternative Markets.  Grab some top designer brands along with loads of clothing, accessories, jewelleries, artwork collections and homewares on offer. Get yourself a makeover with make-up stylists and Retro Hair, plus covers in Punk, blues, Reggae, Hip Hop, Jazz and more!

The Midweek Lunch at Gazebo

If you are short on time, but want to dine in style, you are welcome to snack the midweek lunch on the 24th of November at Gazebo. The 2-course lunch offers a salad or seasonal soup to start with a choice o sandwiches. Additionally, the deal also includes a glass of wine, for what makes a short package with all the essentials of a great dining experience.

Keith Urban and Carrie Underwood – National Tour 2016

This November, Keith Urban will be performing alongside the American Idol winner Carrie Underwood , with some of the greatest hits and latest tracks from the album Ripcord. Some of popular singles to be performed live on the day include Raise Em up, You Gonna Fly, John Cougar, Break On Me, Long Hot Summer, Cop Car, John Deere and But for the Grace of God. The International Convention Centre will have the stage set perfectly for the duo so get your tickets early on!

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