What’s happening this weekend in Australia: June 10-13


A juicy long weekend is unfolding ahead of us. The best thing about it? Many activities, festivals and concerts are planned for your enjoyment. It’s that time of year when Hobart welcomes crowds for Dark Mofo and Vivid hosts intimate talks and energetic concerts. Some of you will be heading to Casula Powerhouse for the annual West Ball, celebrating the real queens this weekend (sorry Lizzie). As for the rest of you? Take this guide to what’s happening this weekend across Australia and strap yourself in for some good times.


New South Wales

Live adidas x gucci this weekend with a kaleidoscopic activation at Pitt Street Mall.

West Ball 3 comes to you live this weekend at Casula Powerhouse, although tickets are sold out, so it’s time to start protesting.

Triple One and Ziggy Ramo play at We are the festival of warriors this Saturday. Hosted by hip-hop artists Yuin and radio presenter Nooky, the event will take place at the Oxford Art Factory with the aim of encouraging all Australians to be anti-racist.

This weekend, artist Naomi Hobson presents her new exhibition of commissioned photographs Teen Wonderland at Cement Fondue. Find more details on the gallery’s website.

Ensemble Theater presents its adaptation of the play by Henrik Ibsen A doll’s house This weekend.

Sydney Dance Company presents an encore season of Rafael Bonachela a B [intra].

Vivid is here. With a long list of events planned over the next month, there are plenty of things to get involved with. This weekend? Maina Doe, Ngaire, Becca Hatch and Ms. Thandi are about to perform.

The Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prize are open for your viewing pleasure at the Art Gallery of NSW.

The supremely joyful An American in Paris is performed at the Theater Royal in Sydney.


It’s time to beg, borrow and steal (please don’t) your way to see Miiesha performs at the Northcote Social Club This weekend.

rising festival is finally here. See Masego and Becca Hatch play this weekend.

hamilton made its way south to Melbourne.

QUEER: Stories of CNG Collection is in the National Gallery of Victoria.

Experience our planet like never before with Gaia by Luke Jerraman immersive 3D installation at St. Paul’s Cathedral.


The Jezebels are performing at Fortitude Music Hall tonight as part of their 10-year anniversary tour.

Brisbane’s top local comedians come together to After Hours at Brisbane Powerhouse.

Get to The Tivoli this weekend to see Boy & Bear.

The Asia-Pacific Triennial is open at the Queensland Art Gallery of Modern Art.


In the spirit of the Kate Bush revival, this is the time of year to start preparing for a Very Wuthering Heights day. Luckily for you, the Canberra Chapter organizers have a head start.

The music on the greens keeps on ANU Kambri.

Enter the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia to see Australians and Hollywood.

Spend your afternoon hanging out at Capital Brewing Co.

Hippopotamus. animate one of its famous whiskey tastings on Saturday evening at 6 p.m.

southern australia

Antigone is at the Odean Theatre. A play about the first heroine of Greek drama and her reincarnation into the pop princesses and feminist voices we recognize today.

Fringe Cabaret Festival left for his last weekend.

Explore the Fleurieu peninsula starting with these 5 beaches.

Western Australia

Busselton Performing Arts Festival is on for its final weekend across a variety of locations.

Freo.Social is your trusted source for a good time. Head there on Saturday nights for live music and a boogie.

Catch some live music this Sunday at Fremantle Center for the Arts.

North territory

There are tickets left to see Urzila Carlson play his comedy game It’s personal.

Participate in a program of musical, sporting, artistic and cultural activities at Barunga Festival.

Explore a side of the territory you’ve never seen before with this guide.

Make your way up Nightcliff Markets for Laksa, pastries, massages and jewelry.


It’s Dark Mofo time everyone. Tonight, House of Mince and Nasty Party are joining forces to host a queer as f*ck party with artists like King Cxntessa and Lovevertits set to perform. In the meantime, tomorrow night Kid LAROI is ready to go on stage.

Unhitched added two new off-grid accommodation sites to its portfolio, this time in Hobart. Book your next weekend now.

Like always, Music at Mona is this weekend. This time around, Raccoon Dog and Ben Salter are just some of the numbers to play.

Salamanca Market is open and calling your name this Saturday.

Travel by car to one of these magical vacations in Tasmania.

If art is on the menu this weekend, grab this guide to Australian art in June.

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