What's On in December and January?

December 2019

Good Things Festival | Centennial Park, Sydney | Friday 6 December - Sunday 8 December 2019

Edging away from mainstream music, Good Things Festival started last year and showcases Australian alternative music. This year hosts an exciting line-up which includes bands and artists such as Simple Plan and The Veronicas.

Check out the event and grab tickets from their website.

Lights of Christmas | St Mary's Cathedral Square, College Street, Sydney | Thursday 5 December - Wednesday 25 December 2019

Open Hours: 7:30pm - 11pm, except 24 December (open until midnight)

Celebrating its 10th year, Lights of Christmas features a magnificent array of community choirs, performers and traditional tales of Christmas. Similar to VIVID Sydney, the event is a festival of the senses, drawing on sound, light projection, and the ever-appreciated presence of food. With free entry, the Lights of Christmas is one for all!

Find out more through the City of Sydney website.


January 2020

Lavender Herb and Chilli Festival | Crystal Brook, 257 Tyrl Tyrl Road, Laggan NSW 2583 | Saturday 11 – Sunday 12 January 2020

If you’re planning a summer road trip, why not schedule a stopover at the Lavender Herb and Chilli Festival in Laggan?

About an hour drive from Goulburn, the festival is held during the peak harvest season. Immerse yourself in new experiences by checking out the demonstrations of lavender distilling, chilli tasting and cooking with herbs. As a family friendly event, the festival has fun and fresh activities including live music, vintage car displays, themed gardens, and of course – plenty of food!

Find out more on their website.

Studio Ghibli Summer Festival | Art Gallery NSW | Saturday 11 January - Saturday 8 February 2020

Open Hours: 2pm

Led by Hayao Miyuzaki, Studio Ghibli is renowned for its animations inspired by Japanese folklore and art. Take the chance to revisit or discover pop culture favourites such as Spirited Away, My neighbour Totoro, and Princess Mononoke. For existing fans and the curious cats reading this article, this event is one for the screen.

For more information, check out the website.

December 2019

Good Things Festival | Centennial Park, Sydney | Friday 6 December - Sunday 8 December 2019

Edging away from mainstream music, Good Things Festival started last year and showcases Australian alternative music. This year hosts an exciting line-up which includes bands and artists such as Simple Plan and The Veronicas.

Check out the event and grab tickets from their website.

Lights of Christmas | St Mary's Cathedral Square, College Street, Sydney | Thursday 5 December - Wednesday 25 December 2019

Open Hours: 7:30pm - 11pm, except 24 December (open until midnight)

Celebrating its 10th year, Lights of Christmas features a magnificent array of community choirs, performers and traditional tales of Christmas. Similar to VIVID Sydney, the event is a festival of the senses, drawing on sound, light projection, and the ever-appreciated presence of food. With free entry, the Lights of Christmas is one for all!

Find out more through the City of Sydney website.


January 2020

Lavender Herb and Chilli Festival | Crystal Brook, 257 Tyrl Tyrl Road, Laggan NSW 2583 | Saturday 11 – Sunday 12 January 2020

If you’re planning a summer road trip, why not schedule a stopover at the Lavender Herb and Chilli Festival in Laggan?

About an hour drive from Goulburn, the festival is held during the peak harvest season. Immerse yourself in new experiences by checking out the demonstrations of lavender distilling, chilli tasting and cooking with herbs. As a family friendly event, the festival has fun and fresh activities including live music, vintage car displays, themed gardens, and of course – plenty of food!

Find out more on their website.

Studio Ghibli Summer Festival | Art Gallery NSW | Saturday 11 January - Saturday 8 February 2020

Open Hours: 2pm

Led by Hayao Miyuzaki, Studio Ghibli is renowned for its animations inspired by Japanese folklore and art. Take the chance to revisit or discover pop culture favourites such as Spirited Away, My neighbour Totoro, and Princess Mononoke. For existing fans and the curious cats reading this article, this event is one for the screen.

For more information, check out the website.

Page published: 28 November 2019, 11:00