What’s on in Perth and Northbridge in February

Perth, the city known for its endless sunshine and pristine beaches, and its neighbouring cultural hub of Northbridge, which is renowned for its shopping, restaurants, and entertainment have plenty to offer during February.  Here are some suggestions for you!

Per Commonwealth Bank Women’s ODI – Aus Vs NZ

Spend your day at this most entertaining event on February 22nd commencing at 10.20 am, when Australia takes on New Zealand in the opening match of the Commonwealth Bank One Day International series.  This event will be held at the WACA ground in Perth.

Fringe World Festival – 2019

The annual summer celebration of multi-arts held in Perth. This graces the city’s Summer Festival Season of January / February.  The Fringe World Festival for 2019 is being held from January 28 – February 17. The events feature artists and acts from a variety such as a circus, cabaret, comedy, music, dance, street performance, theatre, film, visual art, and design.
Northbridge is home to Perth’s favourite Fringe Playground, the Woodside Pleasure Garden.  It offers buskers entertainment every night, free performances from the FRINGE WORLD mermaids, food and refreshment galore!
Easy access to the Perth bus/train station and other FRINGE WORLD hubs such as Ice Cream Factory, FRINGE Central and Yagam Square is an additional feature.

Perth Chinese New Year Fair 2019

This multi-cultural entertainment comes to Northbridge (James Street and Lake Street) on the 10th of February from 9 – 12 pm.  The Perth Chinese New Year Fair includes a parade, stalls, cultural activities, lion and dragon dancing, multi-cultural concert, games and rides.
As you usher in the next lunar cycle, enjoy the special Chinese New Year Banquet that includes authentic Sichuan dishes, beer, wine and Chinese baijiu.

Boorna Waanginy: The Trees Speak – Perth Festival

Boorna Waanginy will be back from the 8th to the 11th of February to transform King’s Park into a nocturnal wonderland over four incredible nights.  This festival celebrates the indigenous culture and Western Australia’s unique bio-diversity and environment.
You will be awestruck at the way Australia’s unique landscape is made to unfold around you keeping the Noongar culture as the background and using technology, science, and art.
Festival guide Western Australia 2019

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