Sydney's Social Events & Festivals - March
Art Month Sydney
Wednesday 1 March 2017 – Monday 20 March 2017
A city-wide festival of contemporary art, exhibitions, workshops, panel discussions, studio visits, tours, precinct nights and more!
Thursday 16 March – Sunday 2 April 2017
Sydney West (Clarkes Point Reserve)
Don’t miss this visual experience of sculptural works and space right on the harbour foreshore. Featuring more than 100 sculptures, HarbourSculpture will give you a unique experience to enjoy art and culture in nature.
The Green Gathering
Sunday 19 March 2017, 12-6pm
Prince Alfred Park @ Cnr Cleveland and Chalmers Streets, Surry Hills
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at The Green Gathering, which will be held during Multicultural March. This FREE event will feature live entertainment, marching bands, Irish dancers, a children’s parade and family fun day. There will be a variety of stalls showcasing local crafts, traditional goods and plenty of favourite Irish foods and beverages.
Holi Mahotsav Festival of Friendship and Harmony
Sunday 19 March – Monday 20 March 2017,
Holi Mahotsav was introduced in Sydney by Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan Australia. Since the beginning Holi Mahotsav was celebrated at the most prominent location constantly visited by people from every community. Darling Harbour is the obvious choice as it is a place where flow of people never stops.
Tuesday 21 March 2017
Join the nation in celebrating all of Australia’s cultural diversity, encouraging acceptance all around the nation and that includes welcoming you, as international students, to Australia!
Comedy vs Racism 2017
Thursday 23 March 2017 from 7pm to 9pm
Lower Town Hall, Sydney Town Hall
A night of comedy in a showdown against racism! All Together Now brings back the hugely popular Comedy vs Racism! Five comedians join forces to bring you the freshest and funniest stand-up in a showdown against racism. Expect a night of laughs and Q & A with comedians Akmal Saleh, Jen Carnovale, Suren Jayemanne, Bish Marzook, Benny Eggmolesse and host Jennifer Wong. This event is presented by All Together Now, the only national organisation dedicated to promoting racial equality in Australia, and is part of the City of Sydney’s Living in Harmony Festival. Tickets are limited.
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