What's On

This Weekend In Sydney

By Ellie Schneider
27th Feb 2014

What's happening in Sydney this weekend you ask? How about pop-up shops, divine degustations, and a wine festival—you best take Monday off!

Friday 28th

Summer Cider Pop-Up at The Newtown Hotel

This is your last chance to get to The Newtown Hotel's Tiki beer garden, which will be shutting up shop this weekend. A cider summer paradise, there's Kopparberg, Apple Thief, Bilpin, Bulmers, Dirty Granny, Napoleon, Orchard Crush, Strongbow, and Young Henrys all on hand, plus happy hour 4-7pm offering cheap jugs and food specials—yes!

Saturday 1st

Relax Pop-Up at Paramount

Dion Kovac of Meanwhile is bringing his latest venture, Relax homewares, to the Paramount Building. Relax will co exist throughout March alongside permanent residents Paramount Coffee Project, tokyobike and Golden Age Cinema and Bar. You'll find a stellar mix of local and international labels, including: Sarah Schembri ceramics, Justine Ashbee's Native Line weavings, and Maison Balzac candles, as well as favourites such as The Fortynine Studio, Fog Linen and Leif.

Sydney Royal Wine Experience

Immerse your senses at the Sydney Royal Wine Experience. Sydney wine aficionados will have the opportunity to taste more than 1000 wines from around Australia, and the latest medal-winning drops. There will also be a selection of delicious, award-winning produce from the Sydney Royal Fine Food and Cheese & Dairy Produce shows. Tickets are available here.

Spice DJ Degustation: 'An Inca trail with NU'

Get to Spice Cellar for the launch of its Spice DJ Degustation and fight the new lock out laws! Berlin-based Peruvian artist NU will be headlining the night themed 'An Inca trail with NU', a selection of South American dishes with matching beverages will be served. The event is free with donations taken at the door to raise money to fight the pending lockout laws.

Sunday 2nd

Now & Then Markets

A market for all things preloved and vintage, here you'll find a mix of second-hand furniture, homewares, jewellery, fashion and retro goods. Taking place just five times a year in the stunning grounds of Wolli Creek's Rowers on Cooks River, the market is a must for all lovers of vintage.

Image credit: Dust Jacket Attic

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