Top 10 Sydney Revelry On this week 17/03/2019
We’re dropping you into the deep end. Don’t swallow the foam.
10) Homemade ft. IAmWolfPack
What: Saturday nights just keep getting better when IAmWolfpack hits the main stage! IamWolfPack is the hottest live established DJ spinner to perfectly soundtrack your journey into a night of hot vibes.
Why: Nothing says hot night like a hosting DJ who has taken the term for a group of vicious hunters as his name and essentially decided ‘who needs friends?’.
9) Foam Party
What: There is no better way to sign off the summer break than with one last Foam Party!
Why: Well, we can think of a marginally better way: Getting fully vaccinated before you drive into a sweaty pit of foam and other bodily fluids.
8) Sake Masterclass at Kid Kyoto
What: Bring your friends, co-workers or yourself as to explore the world of premium Japanese sake and the basics to sound like a sake master. Suitable for sake lovers, professionals, fans and locals.
Why: We understand why they’ve included lone attendees in this event. If you’re a person that can sustain an entire conversation based on sake you deserve to be alone.
7) This Is Living Ft. Buried King
What: A day party featuring the talents of Buried King: spinning disco, house, soul and classic house.
Why: What better way to welcome the sun than the blaring noise of an abused synth in a dark enclosed space?
6) Sugar Republic
What: Relive your childhood at the Sugar Republic! A huge ball-pit, a swing in a fairy-floss room, a giant jump-outable birthday cake, a mini cinema of the sweetest films, a sherbet rainbow bridge and a wall of sprinkles!
Why: You’ll also get a severe chronic case of type 2 diabetes to take home with you!
5) Blackfin Espresso Martini Festival
What: Join event partners Seven Miles Coffee Roasters and Manly’s global street food provider Peanut Butter Jelly for a total immersion event for those who ‘respect’ exceptional coffee & dangerously delicious artisan spirits.
Why: A depressant mixed with a stimulant. Screw yoga. This is true spiritual balance.
4) Purim Party!
What: A dress up disco party! Think Studio 54 or in typical Purim fashion just wear as little clothing as possible. Come party like it’s Purim.
Why: Studio 54 but in 2019. So, exchange cocaine, street orgies and horses with an airline-affiliated theatre company featuring the plays of Arthur Miller and dress accordingly.
3) Stone and Wood Counter Culture Release Night
What: Get excited for Stone and Wood’s launch of their first ever 500ml cans. The series is called Counter Culture and is described by them as “beers that go against the grain’. For the first release, they have done an imperial raspberry berliner weisse.
Why: Finally a way to decrease the scale of your addiction in casual conversation. ‘A couple of cans’ doesn’t sound all that troubling, now, does it? No one needs to know the size of the can.
2) St Patrick’s Day
What: When it comes down to beer, pies, and having a good laugh, we’re all Irish somehow! On Sunday March 17, everyone qualifies, get green and keen this St Patrick’s Day like every good pub-goer should. With Guinness ON TAP, Irish food & Irish tunes of all kinds (obligatory U2 mention).
Why: It’s the experience you, as an Australian, will receive to counter the mental immersion of Brexit. And you’ll barely understand the relevance of this one either. The intake of alcohol will be roughly equivalent.
1) The Drop Festival
What: Following the surf and celebrating music, community culture and a love of the ocean, The Drop Festival is back for its second year. Featuring Angus & Julia Stone, Client Liaison, Hockey Dad, The Jungle Giants, Alex The Astronaut and Ball Park Music.
Why: Better get used to loving the ocean now. Thanks to unfettered global warming it’s going to be up to your neck in about ten years time.