What’s on in February

Food and drinks

Carriageworks Summer Night Market – Carriageworks

Friday 15 February 2019

Renowned Australian chef Kylie Kwong is partnering with 60 top chefs and producers to bring you a fantastic selection of food and drinks at the next night market.

Along with a variety of seafood, pastries, plant-based foods and snacks, there will be plenty of entertainment including a DJ, acapella and dance performances. Join in on the fun and buy your ticket today.

Sugar Republic – Myer Sydney

Friday 1 February – Thursday 28 February 2019

Grab your camera and your photographer because the interactive and Instagram-able Sugar Republic pop-up is coming to Sydney!

It’s time to spoil yourself – play in a giant bubblegum pink ball pit, step inside a cookie house, jump out of a huge birthday cake and much more. Before you head off, don’t forget to grab your sweet treats including free ice cream, candy and old-school favourites like Wizz Fizz and Hubba Bubba.

Get your tickets soon so you don’t miss out.

Chinese New Year

Lunar Lanterns – Sydney Opera House to The Rocks

Friday 1 February – Sunday 10 February

Welcome to the Year of the Pig! These adorable pink creatures represent carefree fun, good fortune and wealth.

Head over to The Rocks during February’s Lunar New Year celebrations to catch a glimpse of the 12 giant illuminated zodiac animal sculptures. Be sure to find your own zodiac animal and snap some pictures of the extra piggies hanging about.

Check out the website for more information and start planning your Lunar New Year celebration now.

Chinese New Year Dragon Boat Races – Cockle Bay Wharf

Saturday 9 February – Sunday 10 February 2019

One of the major highlights of Lunar New Year festivities is the annual dragon boat races that take place on Cockle Bay in Darling Harbour.

With more than 100 races happening every 10 minutes, be sure to catch a view of the paddlers row, row, rowing their boats.

Theatre and Music

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory – Capitol Theatre

Now – Sunday 19 May 2019

Sydney’s Golden Ticket has arrived!

Meet The Candy Man and relive your childhood with the Oompa-Loompas at the Capitol Theatre. You’ll be taken on a mesmerising joyride through a world of pure imagination with incredible inventions, colour and confection so grab your golden ticket now.

Peter Pan Goes Wrong – Sydney Lyric Theatre

Wednesday 13 February – Sunday 24 February 2019

Take a trip down memory lane with the children’s classic Peter Pan, except with a surprising twist. This adaptation is the perfect mix of comedy and disaster as the team battles technical hitches, flying mishaps and catty disputes to travel to Neverland.

But will they actually make it there?

Get ready for a rollercoaster adventure and purchase your tickets today.

Twilight at Taronga – Taronga Zoo Sydney

Friday 1 February – Saturday 9 March 2019

Sunsets on the harbour, alfresco live music and the chance to mingle with nature – what more would you want?

The Twilight at Taronga concert series will feature a range of amazing artists from Grammy nominated singer-songwriter Aloe Blacc, to Oz rock indie band You Am I and rising superstar Vera Blue. It’s the perfect event for a family night out or a romantic date night with your partner.

Check out their website for more information now.

Food and drinks

Carriageworks Summer Night Market – Carriageworks

Friday 15 February 2019

Renowned Australian chef Kylie Kwong is partnering with 60 top chefs and producers to bring you a fantastic selection of food and drinks at the next night market.

Along with a variety of seafood, pastries, plant-based foods and snacks, there will be plenty of entertainment including a DJ, acapella and dance performances. Join in on the fun and buy your ticket today.

Sugar Republic – Myer Sydney

Friday 1 February – Thursday 28 February 2019

Grab your camera and your photographer because the interactive and Instagram-able Sugar Republic pop-up is coming to Sydney!

It’s time to spoil yourself – play in a giant bubblegum pink ball pit, step inside a cookie house, jump out of a huge birthday cake and much more. Before you head off, don’t forget to grab your sweet treats including free ice cream, candy and old-school favourites like Wizz Fizz and Hubba Bubba.

Get your tickets soon so you don’t miss out.

Chinese New Year

Lunar Lanterns – Sydney Opera House to The Rocks

Friday 1 February – Sunday 10 February

Welcome to the Year of the Pig! These adorable pink creatures represent carefree fun, good fortune and wealth.

Head over to The Rocks during February’s Lunar New Year celebrations to catch a glimpse of the 12 giant illuminated zodiac animal sculptures. Be sure to find your own zodiac animal and snap some pictures of the extra piggies hanging about.

Check out the website for more information and start planning your Lunar New Year celebration now.

Chinese New Year Dragon Boat Races – Cockle Bay Wharf

Saturday 9 February – Sunday 10 February 2019

One of the major highlights of Lunar New Year festivities is the annual dragon boat races that take place on Cockle Bay in Darling Harbour.

With more than 100 races happening every 10 minutes, be sure to catch a view of the paddlers row, row, rowing their boats.

Theatre and Music

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory – Capitol Theatre

Now – Sunday 19 May 2019

Sydney’s Golden Ticket has arrived!

Meet The Candy Man and relive your childhood with the Oompa-Loompas at the Capitol Theatre. You’ll be taken on a mesmerising joyride through a world of pure imagination with incredible inventions, colour and confection so grab your golden ticket now.

Peter Pan Goes Wrong – Sydney Lyric Theatre

Wednesday 13 February – Sunday 24 February 2019

Take a trip down memory lane with the children’s classic Peter Pan, except with a surprising twist. This adaptation is the perfect mix of comedy and disaster as the team battles technical hitches, flying mishaps and catty disputes to travel to Neverland.

But will they actually make it there?

Get ready for a rollercoaster adventure and purchase your tickets today.

Twilight at Taronga – Taronga Zoo Sydney

Friday 1 February – Saturday 9 March 2019

Sunsets on the harbour, alfresco live music and the chance to mingle with nature – what more would you want?

The Twilight at Taronga concert series will feature a range of amazing artists from Grammy nominated singer-songwriter Aloe Blacc, to Oz rock indie band You Am I and rising superstar Vera Blue. It’s the perfect event for a family night out or a romantic date night with your partner.

Check out their website for more information now.

Page published: 31 January 2019, 10:30