The fact that February is around the corner amazes me more than anything. Here I am still thinking that somehow it’s the first week of January? Maybe not.
There’s no doubt that Sydney-siders love to party and celebrate as much as possible and this is clearly evident in the wide range of parties still happening across Sydney.
If loud music and sticky floors aren’t your thing, there’s still a handful of exhibits and laidback concerts to attend.
Here’s a list of the top 10 events happening in Sydney this February:
The Argyle Summer Series
The Argyle will be celebrating its last week of Summer Series. The final festival weekend will be hosted by Throttle and DJ I-Dee. The desert oasis vibe will be filled with dancers, fiery performers and of course a dance floor. Free entry before 10pm if on the guest list.
Titanic the Exhibition
You’ve heard the stories and you’ve seen the film. Titanic the Exhibition is a fully immersive experience passengers can board. With waltz classes, costumes from the 1997 film, audio stories from crew and passengers as well as an encounter with an iceberg. The exhibition is coming to a close fast, get your tickets asap, you don’t want to miss the boat!
Humans of New York
The man behind the camera that’s stunned the world. Brandon Stanton or better known as Humans of New York, will be making his first ever trip down under for a 70 minute show sharing a behind the scenes look of his work. With over 20 million followers on his social media, the one off show is definitely something to double tap to.
Froghollow Studios Annual Exhibitions
Every Tuesday to Sunday until February 10, Aro Gallery will be transformed again to celebrate the history of Froghollow Studios – a major contributor to some of Sydney’s art scene. Artists on show include Alan Rose, Tony Wild, Shu Kwan, Annabel Butler and Jennifer O’Brien.
Star Wars: A New Hope in Concert
In the beginning there were the films. Now, in the depths of the ICC galaxy, Star Wars fans will be blessed with a screening of A New Hope accompanied by the Sydney Symphony Orchestra. The 1977 film may be a classic but will definitely take Sydney by storm, bookings essential.
Tropfest is back for its 26th anniversary. For one day only Parramatta Park will be transformed into one of Sydney’s biggest film viewing celebrations. The non-profit organisation aims to create a new method of story telling through film. The free event is a great day out for the entire family.
Every Sunday for the remainder of February Coogee Pavilion will be blessed with Client Liason’s funky 80’s like tunes, drinks flowing, great food and of course the best company. Hosted by Merivale, the event is free entry and starts at 5pm till late.
The Urban Winery Project
The two-day event hosted by Three Blue Ducks and Vinteloper will bless Sydney-siders with a food and wine feast. Each ticket includes a four course dining experience with matching wines as well as an interactive wine making experience – foot stomping enthusiasts this one’s for you! Bookings essential.
High Tea at the Calyx
What’s better than sipping on some T2 tea, nibbling on a range of savoury delights whilst being nestled in an array of vibrant flowers? Nothing at all. Until February 25, The Calyx will be offering a traditional high tea setting in their walls. Times vary and bookings are needed.
Summer of Gin at Grain
Every day until March 2, Grain at Four Seasons Hotel will be hosting an immersive gin journey patrons can embark on. Throughout the month of February the bar will be hosting a range of alternative menu’s, experiences and ginfusions. Contact Grain on (02) 9250 3118.