Sugar & Spice vintage food van. Photo: Sugar & Spice Instagram.
Whether you’re avoiding the cold or keen to get out and about, Wagga has something for you this weekend.
Keep toasty all weekend with flicks at Forum 6, an exhibition on renowned Aussie scientists and artists the Scott Sisters or catch Freeroam Theatre’s evocative tale of love, lust and mystery Speaking in Tongues.
For Friday only, jazz lovers can spend the night with sounds from the Hilary Geddes Quartet.
Opening Saturday is an immersive interactive arts exhibition Dystopian Universe or you have your pick of two festivals – one for foodies and the other for music lovers, though both with definite crossover.
Wind down your Sunday afternoon with Sugar & Spice and everything nice by Lake Centenary or live music in Junee.
When: Friday 17 June, 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm and Saturday 18 June, 2 pm – 4 pm and 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Where: CSU Riverina Playhouse, 8 Cross Street, Wagga Wagga
Cost: Adult $45, Concessions $40 and Student $20, book here.
Freeroam Theatre’s inaugural production of Speaking in Tongues will run all weekend for all the theatre buffs. Don’t miss the opportunity to be part of an evocative tale of love, lust, mystery and loss set against a Film Noir backdrop.
When: From Friday 17 June, museum hours
Where: Museum of Riverina, 243 Baylis Street, Wagga
Turn back time to immerse yourself in the most intricate scientific artworks by the famous Scott Sisters. The works of two of Australia’s greatest scientific illustrators will include 39 of the sister’s finest works.
There is something for the big and little kids at the cinemas this weekend. It is the opening weekend of Disney’s much-anticipated Lightyear starring Chris Evans. For the big kids, there is some nail-biting action and science fiction adventure with Jurassic World Dominion starring Chris Pratt.
When: Friday 17 June, 7:30 pm – 10 pm
Where: The Curious Rabbit, 44 Johnston Street, Wagga.
Cost: Tickets are $25 and can be purchased here.
Jazz up your Friday night with the strikingly distinctive guitarist Hilary Geddes at The Curious Rabbit. End the week with the expansive and uplifting music from the new generation of jazz stars.
When: Saturday 18 June, 12 pm
Where: Adelong Showground, 51 Campbell Street, Adelong.
Cost: Tickets are $57.63, and to purchase tickets here.
Drive down to the banks of Adelong Creek to indulge your Saturday with delicious local produce and drinks at the Winter Bites Festival. There is something for everyone from Courabyra Wines, Crafty Cider, Junee Licorice & Chocolate, Ladbroken Distillery, MKS Café, OMG Decadent Donuts Gundagai, Pimientoas Paella, Riverina Gin, The Smoking Butcher, Tumut River Brewing Company and Woodfire Desire Pizza. Enjoy all the delicious food and drinks while listening to a stunning lineup of live music headlined by Australian legend Kasey Chambers.
When: Saturday 18 June, 3 pm – 6 pm
Where: The Curious Rabbit, 44 Johnston Street, Wagga Wagga
Cost: Tickets are $22 for adults and $11 for concessions and can be purchased here.
The much-awaited second instalment of The Curious Fest of 2022 is this Saturday, featuring original music from Bella Pakes, June Prince and Jez Swan. Head down for an evening of relaxed, sentimental, old and new music with a country vibe.
When: Saturday 18 June, 11 am and Sunday 19 June, 11 am
Where: E3 Art Space, Wagga Art Gallery, Cnr Morrow and Baylis Streets, Wagga
Immerse yourself in an innovative installation – the Dystopian Universe exhibition. The project created by artists from The Art Factory features a performance by Jacko Meyers, an immersive audio-visual installation by Damian Triulcio, a Mad Max-inspired cosplay creation by Adrian Butin and an apocalyptic installation by Allison Davies.
When: Sunday 19 June, 10 am – 4 pm
Where: Lake Centenary 420 Goldfields Way, Temora
Start your Sunday morning at Temora for brunch with a view. Sugar & Spice vintage food van will be serving great coffee, delicious homemade desserts and tasty lunch items by the beautiful Lake Centenary.
When: Sunday 19 June, 2 pm – 4 pm
Where: Athenium Theatre, 89 Broadway Street, Junee
Wind down your Sunday by heading to Junee for an afternoon of live music with the Riverina Concert Band, Riverina Conservatorium of Music Student Concert Band, Junee Town Band and Junee Community Choir.
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