Sunday sunset session
Wind down at the end of your weekend and check out contemporary pop duo K!D, best mates Kieren and Sid, on stage playing a range of genres from dance to lounge music. It takes place on the Q Station's Glasshouse Lawns from 3pm this Sunday and you'll be able to take in the stunning Sydney Harbour sunset as you enjoy the music. While you're there make sure you grab a cheese and antipasto platter, or a cold seafood platter to enjoy. BYO picnic blanket. Register for your free tickets.
One of these nights
This tribute to The Eagles and The Doobie Brothers will have you tapping your feet and reliving that smooth and groovy 70s sounds. You can expect Take It Easy, Listen To The Music, Hotel California, Long Train Running, Life In The Fast Lane, What a Fool Believes, and so many more. It's on at Manly Leagues Club this Saturday at 7pm, book early.
Concerts in the dark
Imagine, you are sitting in a dark room with no noise around you. You don't know who is going to sing and which genre it will be. All you know is, the singer will take you on a journey and all you need to do is listen. Go back to the roots of music, away from the modern use of background sound. Slow down and let your body and mind feel the amazing and pure voice of the artist. It's on at United Cinema Collaroy this Saturday, the concert starts at 7pm. Visit the cinema on Facebook to book your tickets.
Singing voice required
The karaoke party is back at Avalon RSL Club this Friday night from 8.30pm. Bring along your friends and your best singing voice for the fun. It's on in the Surf Lounge and entry is free.
Night market fun
Delight your taste buds with different foods from around the world at Aussie Night Markets. Be prepared for a fusion of flavours, aromas and sounds that will fill the air at Village Park this Friday from 5-10pm.
RAW clay lab open
There will be hands on artworks for you to make, wild clay demonstrations, a ceramic art exhibition and site responsive works in the beautiful bushland. The project focuses on showcasing clay as an environmentally sustainable approach to art making. It's on at Eramboo Artist Environment at 304 McCarrs Creek Road from 10am-4pm this Saturday and Sunday, free entry. Click here for more information.
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