Indulge in luscious meals and specialty beverages this March at the Melbourne Food & Wine Festival, and treat your tastebuds to a whole new level of food extravaganza. Be spoiled for choice with the festival’s unique line-up of food galore; the “Mixed Grill” session is set to bring out the best of Middle Eastern delicacies, “Bottomless Brunch on the Bay” will help you start the day with bright tasty meals, while “Welcome to the Jungle” will let you go a tad wild with a plant-based food frenzy.
It’s showtime in Toronto! Slip into your favourite cosplay outfit as the Toronto Comicon draws nearer for a weekend full of your favourite fandom. Brace yourself for an eventful outing with the star-studded guest list that includes Craig Parker, Tim Rose, and Kathy Najimy. Pose for photos with your beloved stars, grab their autographs for your collection, and ask away in the Q&A sessions.
The Toronto Comicon also provides a piece of everything for everyone, with other activities such as comic art sketching duels, how-to workshops, Star Wars photo sessions, and over 150,000 square feet of shopping madness for you to explore.
Live music, films, comedy, conferences, and exhibitions in one place - that’s SXSW for you! SXSW or South by Southwest will be celebrating its 33 rd year as one of the most spectacular festivals in the entertainment world. Celebrate raw innovations and emerging talents in the world of music, film, and comedy and make it a glorious time in Texas with SXSW’s film screenings, showcases, exhibitions, and more, and witness the likes of Trent Reznor, Janelle Monae, Ozzy Osbourne, Wu-Tang Clan’s Raekwon and Diplo on-stage - not as performers, but rather as conference speakers. If this is a sight you can’t miss, save the date and join the creative blowout at SXSW!
The metropolitan city of Valencia will emerge as an amazing open-air ephemeral Street Arts Museum as the Fallas Festival commences on 15 March 2020. Around 800 gigantic Fallas (monuments) made of large wooden structures and painted papier-mache are set to conquer Valencia, as the city brims with music, pyrotechnics, and locals dressed in their traditional best. The UNESCO-certified festival promises a fabulous atmosphere for all to enjoy.
Vamos and make your way to Valencia for the exhilarating Fallas Festival.
Go green or go home! Experience one of the world’s biggest celebrations in Dublin, as the Irish festival-goers will give you a good excuse to get a little rowdy. The Irish capital will be decked out in green, from the festival parade to the late night happenings for five days as the celebration has become bigger over the years. Starting from 13 March 2020, Ireland’s rich culture and heritage will be on show via this annual festival enjoyed by young and old in Ireland (and doesn’t focus on just drinks and bar-hopping, as it has garnered a reputation for elsewhere around the world). Plan your visit now and march on at the St Patrick’s Festival.
Paint the street with bright vibrant colours at India’s annual Hindu spring festival, Holi. Brace yourselves for a colour war as ‘The Festival of Colours’ is known for the dispersion of vibrant coloured powder among the participants and everyone on the street is game on this day! It’s all in good fun, yet the celebrations actually signify the victory of good over evil and is also regarded as a time for people to forgive and forget. Join in on the celebration and make sure to come home with as many colours as possible on your clothes!
* All information on events are subject to change.