10 Exciting Events In Melbourne During April 2018

10 Exciting Events In Melbourne During April 2018

Melbourne is one of the most liveable cities in the world with laid-back lifestyle, world class wineries and grand ocean road trips. This April, the city awaits you for an extensive line-up of events that you can easily access via Melbourne bus charter.

Garfield – The Musical with Cattitude

Garfield is an ideal show for the whole family, starting 3rd of April in the city of Melbourne at Chapel off Chapel. See your beloved cat taking stage along with Nermal, Odie, Jon and Arlene. This sarcastic and chubby cat dreams about having one of the most wonderful birthdays ever, something that it deserves for being the best cat. However, it seems that his friends have forgotten about it. With the feel of rejection, Garfield is out on an adventure, only to realize that home is where the heart is, and also the food.

Free Lang Lang Art Trail

Experience the spark of real art at the Lang Lang Art Trail from 5th to 21st of April, as you escape from the hustle and bustle of the city to explore historical towns. Get a chance to meet emerging artists and adore local art in the tiny town of Lang Lang, which is surrounded by farmland producing dairy and beef. The Art Trail is designed to display the township for holiday seekers, while showcasing local talent and encouraging art in local community.

Fed In French – French Food and Wine Market

The first open-air French food and wine market is here for a wild 3-day celebration kicking off on 6th of April. The festive mood will spread along the river at Federation Square, at Swanston St Forecourt and River Terrace. Come along with your friends and family to get the best of French street food, showcasing the finest gourmet food producers, French-style artisans and bakers. Some of the key highlights include Choukette, Pop Up Crepes, La Bastide, Les Crepes de Marion, Maille Mustard Truck, Preserved and Pickled, Caramelicious and Frencheese.

Port Fairy Folk Festival 2018

Starting 9th of April, the Port Fairy Folk Festival presents folk music of all generations and cultures, and it was established by Jamie McKew in 1977. Having been there for 4 decades, this wonderful festival has put the Port Fairy on the world map as the core of folk music. The town is easily accessible by car from the city of Melbourne, hardly a 3-hour drive.

Melbourne Magic Show

There’s something unique about the Melbourne Magic Show, setting it apart from other stage shows you might have seen all your life. Here, you can actually connect with what is happening on stage, as Luke Hocking breaks the barrier between performer and audience, while demonstrating impossible occurrences. You get up and close with the magician as he performs magical feats, mind reading and illusion right in front of your eyes. The event will be held in the private quarters of the Star Marriot Hotel. For over 15 years, Hocking has been a professional magician, having performed at several hit shows.

Opera Australia’s 2018 Melbourne Season Launch

From Puccini passion to Wagnerian epic, Opera Australia is back again for 2018 season, offering a wide selection of operas, from lesser known contemporary to popular favourites. It is one diverse, innovative and bold program, with the passionate director, Lyndon Terracini behind it. With some of the finest directors, designers, singers and conductors on board, it’s going to be one hell of a show. It all starts with La Traviata featuring party scenes in Paris, extravagant costumes and busy sets. It’s going to be an ideal choice for anyone getting the taste of opera for the first time.

Create Your Life Vision Board Workshop

We all have a vision of what we want to do in our lives and who we want to be. However, it remains fleeting, amid the fast-paced busy life. We don’t have enough ‘Me’ time to transform those ideas into reality. Attend the vision board workshop on the 21st of April, as you allow the magic of manifestation to work in your life, to anchor your fantasies and sell your own ideas to yourself. Lauren Bell will be guiding those who are up there to change their lives. She loves working with people who recognise what they want and deserve.

FREE Wedding Showcase at Melbourne Zoo

On the 22nd of April, the Melbourne Zoo will transform into a wedding showcase venue, with a wide assortment of wedding suppliers to assist you in hosting your dream wedding. Be inspired by various reception settings, meet some of the top suppliers and enjoy canapes and bubbles from function packages. You are certain to be amazed by this special venue, offering manicured gardens and natural surrounds., along with different habitats reflecting the native home of animal communities. Feel free to take away a bouquet of inspiration from the friendly team hosting the event!

Tango Communication

This dance therapy program help people in improving their non-verbal communication skills as they get to know the Argentine Tango. Commencing on 28th of April, it is not just a dance class, but a concept to work through challenges and issues with your partner. Argentine Tango is a form of dance that is both compelling and complex, as it can show up emotions and triggers empowerment, while you enjoy valuable fun time with your partner, understanding each other and yourself. The whole idea is to make the dance-language sensible to you and your life.

Heide Makers’ Market

The Heide Museum of Modern Art brings you the monthly display of local handicrafts, where some of the finest makers in Melbourne will be banding together to showcase a charming set of locally produced handicrafts, tasty treats, art and design. There will be exhibition of work by emerging and established artists, presenting their masterpieces amid beautiful surroundings. Art lovers are welcome to browse through a wide collection of gallery, with a sculpture park, 15 acres of gardens and stunning architecture. Don’t miss out the current exhibitions and permanent collection of the gallery, when you are there.

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