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Music Festivals In Australia: 4 Awesome Events To Watch For In 2014
With a knack for hosting sporting events it is no surprise that Australians also know how to party. If you are planning on a trip to Australia any time 2014, you may be lucky enough to stumble across one of the country’s popular music events.
Sydney Harbour Opera
Each year thousands clock to the Opera house in Sydney for an annual event that sets the harbour alight. In March and April there are several shows with classical orchestras from around the world. The opera and its surroundings are truly amazing at night. A relaxing yet entertaining atmosphere attracts a cheerful crowd and the music resounds across the backdrop of the scenic Sydney harbour. This is truly one of the most amazing events of the year. Even if opera or classical music isn’t your style, the atmosphere is sure to swallow up any discontent you may have with the music.
Once again Sydney is the centre of attention for yet another spectacular music festival. In June, the city is engulfed with a fusion of spectacular lights colouring the night time sky and the dark unlit buildings around the city. One of the most awe inspiring sights during this time is the Opera House on the harbour as the sails are vibrantly lit up with a perfect balance of colours.
The inspiration behind the Vivid exchange show is to give people in the city a chance to share ideas on a number of issues concerning the country. However, mixed into this fun time way of having a public debate concerning Australia’s future is a music festival. International and local musicians get together in the Sydney Opera House to perform.
Christmas and New Year’s Eve Music Festivals
Spread from city to city Australia’s New Year’s Eve riverside parties are unbeatable. Melbourne and Brisbane boast the two largest parties with an array musical genres lining the river front to suit all music tastes. Similar, events also occur in Perth and Adelaide, but these two cities have opted for a party in the park vibe.
Whichever celebration you decide to visit there is food, beer, wine, sprits, music, dancing, fireworks and anything else that you can think of that would make a good party. You can guarantee if you haven’t thought of it, the Australians have.
Rainbow Serpent Festival
After some lively New Year’s partying, if you are still in the country towards the end of the month, there is the massive four day Rainbow Serpent Festival from 24th January to 27th January 2014. Bands from around the world and locally play alternative lifestyle music in Lexton Victoria. This is one of the biggest music festivals in the country with people coming along and pitching their tents with the intention of staying the full four days!