We know that Vivid is taking over Sydney at the moment, however if you’re looking for some other things to do in Sydney before or after checking out all of the lights, you’ll want to check out these events.
Movie Mondays At The Argyle
Every Monday night, The Argyle is turning its courtyard into the ultimate outdoor cinema, playing all your favourite classics. This Monday they are playing one of our childhood favourites, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. Netflix and chill is so last year, FREE movie Mondays is what its all about, oh and did we mention you get complimentary popcorn?
What: Movie Mondays at the Argyle
Where: The Argyle
When: Monday 30th May from 8pm
Silvereye Meets Sixpenny Dinner
An exclusive dinner is being held at Silvereye, where chef, Sam Miller will collaborate with Sixpenny’s chef, Dan Puskas, to create a one of a kind menu. In short, when Silvereye meets Sixpenny, you are going to want to be there! This menu will include six snacks, six savoury courses and two desserts, with either a premium wine or juice pairing. Head to their website to reserve a table.
What: Silvereye meets Sixpenny
Where: Silvereye Restaurant
When: Tuesday 31st May
Cost: $170 per person
Tiny Ruins At Vivid LIVE
Vivid is definitely bringing the goods this year, with all types of international music acts performing in Sydney. Hollie Fullbrook’s band, Tiny Ruins, will be performing their beautiful music that adds a new contemporary layer to a legacy of folk music at the Sydney Opera House. Having toured with Neil Finn, Fleet Foxes and Calexico before, Tiny Ruins have created a name for themselves in the folk world channelling songs from the places in which they record. Head to Vivid LIVE’s website to get a ticket now.
What: Tiny Ruins at Vivid LIVE
Where: Sydney Opera House
When: Wednesday 1st June at 7.30pm
Cost: $30 + bf
Moore Park Produce Market
If you’re all about sourcing local and organic produce, then you are going to want to check out the Moore Park Produce Market. The market will be showcasing fresh, seasonal produce and handmade food sourced directly from farmers, chefs and producers from NSW and ACT. You’ll be able to take guided tours of the producers and participate in workshops for cooking, gardening and everything in between. The main focus is on sustainability, so chef Matt Kemp will be there as the market curator to ensure all stallholders fit this ethos.
What: Moore Park Produce Market
Where: Show Ring at the Entertainment Quarter, Moore Park
When: Wednesday 1st June, 8am – 2pm
Soda Factory’s 3rd Birthday Party
We all love an excuse to celebrate, so why not help the Soda Factory celebrate their 3rd birthday?! This party is bound to be wild as they are transforming their venue into a playground of old Las Vegas charm. With a complimentary cocktail on arrival, free canapés being handed round, showgirls, burlesque and 1950’s Hollywood legends, as well as live music from Furnace and the Fundamentals, you will not want to miss this.
What: Soda’s 3rd Birthday Party
Where: The Soda Factory, Surry Hills
When: Thursday 2nd June from 5pm
Cost: Free entry
Image credit: Soda Factory