This week we’re bringing you WTF To Do This Weekend from all over the world. From Asian street food in Sydney to live music in NYC and island partying in Hong Kong, this is your step-by-step guide to the weekend for jetsetters and wanderlusters alike.
Night Noodle Markets 2015
Hyde Park from 8 – 25 Oct
It’s that time of the year again: the days are getting longer and the nights are heating up. What better way to celebrate the coming of Spring than with The Night Noodle Markets? Returning to Hyde Park as part of Good Food Month, a record 50 food stalls from the likes of Mamak, Din Tai Fung and Toko will be filling your tums with delicious Asian street food.
Various Melbourne Venues from 6 – 13 Oct
The Melbourne Festival is bringing an unparalleled feast of dance, theatre, music, visual arts, multimedia and outdoor ticketed and free events to a myriad of Melbourne hotspots. This weekend you can be amazed by cabaret/circus act Limbo, party to Flight Facilities and Future Classic DJ’s and get cultured with more art exhibitions than you can handle.
New York City
CMJ Music Marathon
Various NYC Venues from 13 – 17 Oct
This weekend marks the 35th annual CMJ Music Marathon, taking over clubs and iconic music venues around Manhattan and Brooklyn with hundreds of national and international bands, exclusive parties and cutting-edge conference events. In the past, CMJ has given boost to acts like Arcade Fire, Green Day, Daft Punk and Eminem. This year, the festival will host Neon Indian, Tobias Jesso Jr, The Wonder Years and Catfish and the Bottlemen just to name a few.
Urban Food Festival
Euro Car Parks in Shoreditch from 17 Oct – 19 Dec
An unlikely Shoreditch car park will be transformed into a food-lovers feast this weekend to kick off London’s Urban Food Festival. Stalls and trucks will be serving up dishes from all over the world like Venezuelan beef, vegan hand-made pasta, Brazilian chorizo wraps and Belgina waffles, plus a fully stocked bar with craft beer, cider, wine, champagne and themed cocktails.
Secret Island Party 2015
Central Pier No. 9 from 16 – 18 Oct
As it’s still on the downlow there aren’t a whole lot of details surrounding Hong Kong’s Secret Island Party, but it’s set to be epic. On an island far away from the hustle and bustle of city life, punters can camp out for a weekend of DJs, art, theatre, dance and more. Let the creativity flow.