Events this September - celebrate Father's Day in Launceston
Published on 10 Aug 2017
Sunday, 3rd September is Father's Day in Australia. Why not celebrate with a special event in Launceston? From Australian rock legends on tour, Blooming Tasmania, Junction Arts Festival, Singfest and much more, even the fussiest of Dad's will have something special to enjoy!!
The Wolfe Brothers - 'Lets hit the Road' Australian TourSat 2nd September 2017
Hotel Tasmania. 191 Charles Street, Launceston
This Australian country rock band first emerged onto the scene in 2012 after appearing on the televised show Australia's Got Talent and and haven't looked back since. 'Let's Hit The Road' year long tour around Australia concludes in June, 2018, around the same time their new album (yet to be named) will be released. Back on their home soil Tasmania, go and support this trio during their one night only show in Launceston.
For more information call (03) 6331 7355 or visit the Wolfe Brothers website.
Junction Arts FestivalWed 6th September - Sun 10th September 2017
Prince's Square, Launceston
The Junction Arts Festival have a focus on live arts, utilizing non-traditional venues, site specific performances and encouraging audience participation where possible. This vibrant event is held across five days and has such a wide line up that we don't have enough space to mention everything here! For the full program click on the link below. There are 33 events in total, many free to enjoy, all in the heart of our great city.
Find our more at the Junction Arts Festival website
Blooming Tasmania Flower and Garden FestivalSat 23rd September 2017 - 9:00am - 5:00pm Sun 24th September 2017 - 9:00am - 4:00pm
Albert Hall - Corner Cimitiere St and Tamar Streen, Launceston
September is the first official month of Spring and what better way to celebrate than with the stunning beauty of nature! Held in the magnificent Albert Hall, this festival aims to highlight the best Tasmania has to offer in garden tourism, horticulture, floristry, landscape design and related businesses. The weekend at Albert Hall is the main focus of the festival, however click on the link below to find out more about the open gardens and themed trails held in conjunction across the month.
Book Now at Blooming Tasmania website
Tina Arena - 'Innocence To Understanding' Greatest Hits TourTue 26th Septmeber 2017 - 7:30pm
Princess Theatre - 57 Brisbane Street, Launceston
Tina Arena celebrates over 40 successful years in the miusic industry with this impressive tour line up of hits. The Australian pop music legend has sold over 10 million records across the globe to date and EVERY album she has released has gone gold or platinum. She has long been a house hold name, if you haven't seen her perform live yet, then perhaps this is the time to buy the tcket and head on over to the Princess Theatre for her one night only in Launceston!
Tickets on Sale at Ticketmaster Website
SingfestWednesday 27th - Thursday 28th September 2017
45 Tamar Street, Launceston
Singfest is a choral celebration of voices by hundreds of primary school children from across Northern Tasmania. Wednesday, 27th Sept participants are from Hagley Farm School, Invermay Primary School, Launceston Preparatory School, Mowbray Heights Primary School, Norwood Primary School, Scotch Oakburn College Junior School, Summerdale Primary School and Trevallyn Primary School. Thursday, 28th September participating schools are Bridport Primary School, East Launceston Primary School, Our Lady of Mercy Catholic School, Punchbowl Primary School, St Anthony's Catholic School, St Thomas Moore's Catholic School, West Launceston Primary School and Youngtown Primary School.
For more information phone (03) 6323 3666 or visit Northern Tasmania website