Gourmet song and dance night market, Melbourne's February summer activities have known!
At the beginning of the Chinese New Year, Melbourne ushered in a sunny summer with the aftertaste of the Spring Festival.
In this February, there is a celebration of lanterns for the Chinese New Year of the Chinese Zodiac, a gathering of Japanese cultural summer festivals, singing and dancing, the classical rhythm of the MSO symphony night, and the laughter of the northern summer carnival.
There are more exciting activities, just in this article, hurry up and include it in the itinerary, bring a good mood, let us welcome the arrival of February!
Location: Crown Entertainment Complex,
8 Whiteman Street, Southbank
If you are a Japanese culture lover, then the Japanese Summer Festival in Melbourne is definitely an event you can't miss! There are various performances here, from traditional taiko to J-pop pop dances, allowing you to experience the authentic Japanese cultural atmosphere.
Of course, there will be amazing Japanese food, art and crafts, such as traditional games like fishing. You even have a chance to win a trip to Tokyo! This Sunday, February 2, いらっしゃいませ (Welcome)~
Time: Sunday, February 2, 23:11am-5:XNUMXpm
Location: Federation Square
Cnr Flinders and Swanston streets
The whole February has been contracted by the Sustainable Living Festival! Through this festival we not only hope to change your life, but even the world. The 21st Sustainable Living Festival will have more than 300 activities, from lectures to seminars, and a newly created, one-week climate week project.
This year's festival also includes a sustainable market held at the Queen Victoria Market last weekend. Explore mini houses, discover unique recyclable plastic designs, enjoy organic vegetarian food, and keep in touch with local and international groups. A healthy and environmentally friendly life is very close to every Melbourne citizen!
Location: Location includes
Kathleen Syme Library,
Melbourne Town Hall,
Kensington Town Hall,
Library at the Dock, Signal.
On February 2th and 14th, free movies under the stars (Movies Under the Stars) will return to Docklands Harbour.Bring a picnic, bring snacks, and dine by the river at Yarra's Edge or South Wharf.
The screen set up in Point Park welcomes you, and the movie will start on time at sunset. Get a spot early, because the first 200 moviegoers can lie on comfortable bean bags for free!
6:XNUMX every night-late at night
Location: Point Park
Point Park Crescent
Docklands VIC 3008
10 am-5 pm every day
Location: Ian Potter Centre:
Queen Victoria Gardens
St Kilda Road
Cnr Elizabeth and Victoria streets
Following the successful holding of the first Northside Summer Festival last year, the celebrations in North Melbourne and West Melbourne ushered in more good times.
The summer festival in the north is full of free entertainment: enjoy bands, street performances and children’s play activities, especially the closing party in the neighborhood, which will be more lively last year. This also means that your budget for shopping, food and beverages during the holiday season will never exceed the limit.
Time: February 2-15
Location: 1 Errol Street
North Melbourne VIC 3051
Saturday 22 February Block Party,
Eades Park, 372 King Street,
cnr Chetwynd Street, West Melbourne.
Magazines are handmade from paper, photocopiers, staplers, typewriters, scissors and even pencils. They shouldn't exist in the digital age, but the festival of the Photocopier Zine Fair (The Festival of the Photocopier Zine Fair) is getting bigger and bigger every year. Love the retro charm of paper art? Then come to this free event with enthusiasm, look for magazines and retro pop! Bring some change to your creativity, and there is always something that will inevitably attract your attention. From cooking to photography, all magazines, everything.
Time: February 2-8 weekend noon-9 pm
Location: Meat Market,
3 Blackwood Street
North Melbourne VIC 3051
Location: Riverside Summer Purple Patch,
39 Dukes Walk,
South Wharf VIC 3006
10:3 a.m.-XNUMX:XNUMX p.m.
Location: Royal Botanic Gardens,