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So here it is: 2018. We are fresh into the New Year and the festive parties are still alive and kicking in our memories. Does that mean we need to calm down and throw in the towel? Of course not. A date ain’t nothin’ but a number, and the many music festivals happening in Australia this January confirm this. The first couple of months of this year promise to be extremely eventful on the festival front.
Music festivals are common pursuit these days – they are part of modern culture. Their popularity is self-evident and they’re not about to stop being fun any time soon. But is it possible that we can take some of the shine out of things by doing it the same way every time?
If you were to eat the same three meals every day for a month the chances are you get bored of them. The same concept could be applied to your music festival habits; variety is the spice of life, as they say, so why not pull out all the stops when you go to your music festivals this year?
This week we are celebrating Australia Day with Aussie themed costumes. Dress up as a Kangaroo, Koala, Vegemite jar, Steve Irwin, Dame Edna or Mick Dundee costumes. Cmon get into the Aussie spirit with green and gold face paint, tattoos and wigs. Aussie costumes
Also popular this week is the Rainbow Serpent festival. People love to dress in kaleidoscope of craziness at the pranksters ball, so get you best dress up outfits on. Think of fun colored wigs, fairy wings, funny sunglasses, tutus, sparkly hats and glitter makeup.
Halloween expo 2014 is happening in Houston this weekend. So excited to be going! We will be posting lots of pictures on our Pinterest and Facebook pages so you can share the fun. Or check out the highlights from last years costume show.
With the 22nd Buddha’s Day and Multicultural Festival just around the corner on 20th and 21st May, there is inspiration to be had on many levels. Melbourne residents and visitors with an interest in or curiosity about Buddhism have a fabulous opportunity to celebrate Buddha’s Birthday, as well as Melbourne’s multicultural, multi-faith society.
Now there’s a heady combination: your favourite show, Game of Thrones, and a vast range of fine wines. An event company by the name of Bottle Shop Concepts has anticipated your deepest desires and put together a series of events across New Zealand and Australia; Aptly named ‘Game of Rhones’, this event is intended to be a celebration of both the fabulous grape varieties of France’s Rhone Valley region, and the phenomenal TV show Game of Thrones.