Tulip Festival Wynyard
The Bloomin' Tulips Festival is an annual one day event set in the beautiful Gutteridge Gardens on the banks of the Inglis River. It is a full day of FREE entertainment, food and beverage stalls, kids activities and rides and a fireworks display at 9pm. Why not stay in town fro a few days and also take the opportunity to walk through the largest publicly accessible area of tulips under cultivation in the southern hemisphere on Table Cape, and enjoy the superb floral showcase, art exhibition and light refreshments. Bulbs, flowers and potted colour are all for sale at the Table Cape tulip farm.
Join them for the first ever vegan festival in Tasmania! There will be lots of great stalls highlighting aspects of the vegan lifestyle including plentiful food, vegan products, fitness and vegan-friendly crafts, clothing and books, plus many animal organisations and sanctuaries will be present. In addition there will be cooking demos, talks on nutrition, health and sustainability and live music in the food court. It will be a great day all around so come along and find out what all the vegan hype is about! 10am to 3pm at Kingston Beach Hall, 20 Beach Road, Kingston Beach Tasmania.
Veneno ft. C Major
Veneno has been Australia’s leading Latino Fusion outfit since 1998. With a sound and musicianship like no other, this life-long brotherhood of Australian/Latino musicians push the boundaries with their infectious blend of Afro, Salsa, Reggae, Timba, Cumbia, Reggaeton, Hip hop and Rock. Front man C Major (Carlos Velazquez) dominates the stage with charisma and flawless vocals, adding his own mix of RnB, Pop, Neo-Soul and authentic Latin Sonero traditions. C Major was seen on The Voice Australia and mentored by Latino Superstar Ricky Martin and Pop icon Will.I.Am. Supporting Veneno is Hobart’s very own and much-loved Latin ensemble, Son Del Sur.
Wind in the Willows
The Big Monkey Theatre Inc. summer family show at the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens has become an annual ‘must see’ for many Tasmanian families and tourists alike. And this year’s show will be no different as Big Monkey presents the ever-popular and much-loved classic The Wind in the Willows. Adapted and directed by Les Winspear, The Wind in the Willows tells a timeless story of friendship, loyalty and working together to win the day. The Wind in the Willows is a fun-packed adventure, full of laughs, lunacy and lyrical songs all effectively staged against the splendid backdrop of the Botanical Gardens. The Wind in the Willows will be performed in the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens from Wednesday to Sunday during January 2019. So join Toad, Ratty, Otter, Mole and a few Wildwood Weasels for a fun time commencing Wednesday 2 January 2019 to Sunday 20 January 2019. Show time Wednesday to Friday is 11am with two shows each Saturday at 2pm and 5pm and a Sunday show at 2pm. Tickets are available from the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens information booth, Theatre Royal, Centertainment or at the Garden’s main gate 30 minutes prior to each performance.
‘Zero is the beginning.’ Major artworks from the ZERO movement, shown together in Australia for the first time. These artists dreamed of an exhibition on the moon. Perhaps Tassie is as close (or far) as they are going to get. 9 June 2018–22 April 2019