Splendour FOMO? FIB Has Your Sydney Weekend Sorted

Did you dip out on Splendour tickets too? Don’t waste your weekend dwelling on your regret, FIB have gone the hard yards and rustled up some events to attend that will have your Splendour-attending friends green with envy.

Dune Rats, playing Splendour in the Grass 2017. Image credit: Noisey | Vice

Friday 21st July –  Banquet x Pilerats Party feat. Racket + Nussy

Sponsored by Young Henrys, this mini festival put together by Banquet and Pilerats at The World Bar has your Friday night sorted. Following in the wake of the Meet Me in the Cross festival earlier this month, it’s fantastic to see likeminded outfits breathing new nightlife into Sydney.

Chuck your name on the guest list and entry will be free before 10pm ($10 thereafter), head to the Facebook event page for more details.

Image credit: Banquet x Pilerats

Saturday – The Curious Labyrinth – Maze, Music, Art

If that title alone doesn’t pique your inner adventurer a la Alice, then you may as well go home and succumb to your Splendour regret.

Hosted by The Underground Arts Party, this event involves being thrust into a maze – in a secret Sydney location – to find good tunes, good food and crazy characters. Honestly, what are you still doing here? GO AND BUY YOUR TICKETS IMMEDIATELY. 

Sunday, July 23rd – Tornado Wallace: Music for Brunch 

Keeping in theme with the 3-day-long Splendour bender, why not end your weekend with a chilled wine and cheese soiree? Cake Wines Cellar Door and Ear to Ear are hosting an indulgent brunch of “cheese, meats, sparkling, chilled Pinot”, kicking back to the sounds of the Ear to Ear DJs and hot topic Tornado Wallace. Splendour will be no match for the second instalment of Music for Brunch; a day of chilled, eclectic beats and indulgent brunch to round out your weekend. Check out the event page for more details, and tickets.

Image credit: Cake Wines Cellar Door + Ear to Ear

See you around Sydney this weekend! Otherwise, stay tuned for our Splendour wrap-up next week, ya big sook.