Melbourne is one of the most happening cities in Australia, with an exciting line-up of events throughout the year. It includes everything from music and food festivals to art exhibitions and theatrical shows. November is a wonderful time to discover this place, attending some of these events by choosing minibus charter in Melbourne.
Melbourne Night Noodle Markets 2018
Awaken from winter hibernation to catapult yourselves into rejoicing amongst the smells, sounds and sights of Asian cuisine. Starting 8th of November, the festival will take place at the Birrarung Marr until 25th of November. The noodle lovers will unite to feast on new food trucks, food stalls and other favourites. Live performances and local artists will set the tone for the day, along with other entertainment. You will be surprised with favourites like Filipino skewers, egg waffles, steamed buns and Hoy Pinoy. Crowd favourites include N2 Extreme Gelato, Donburi Station, Teppanyaki Noodles and Waffeland.
Rotary Eltham Festival
A jam-packed fun weekend awaits you at Alistair Knox Park, as the annual Rotary Eltham Festival is all set to take place on the 10th and 11th of November. Over 2 days, you will enjoy lively entertainment, free activities, diverse food and drink options and more than 130 stalls to browse. For die hard music lovers, you have a choice of 3 stages including blues, jazz and rock on the main stage and a display of young performers on the youth stage. Saturday afternoon is children’s time on the main stage with magicians and clowns on the loose.
The dog friendly festival of Melbourne, Dogapalooza is here for all the dog lovers out there. Have a fantastic time while listening to music, and lounging around with your canine friends. Food trucks such as Bondi’s Funky pies, Pookie May Coffee, Babajis Indian and Hamsa Hummus Vegan Shawarma will still your hunger and thirst. By purchasing a ticket for the event, you will be contributing to a great cause.
Cine Latino Film Festival 2018
Experience the sights and stories of Latin America, as the largest festival of cinema is here, kicking off on the 13th of November. The event will feature films from across the region, including Paraguay, Dominican Republic, Cuba, Costa Rice, Colombia, Chile, Brazil and Argentina, An exciting line-up of critically acclaimed films will be on show, catering to all tastes from smash-hit comedies to thrillers. One of the key highlights would be Opening Night’s Roma and Closing Night’s Y Tu Mama Tambien. Both have been directed by an Oscar winning writer and director, Alfonso Cuaron.
Building Bridges Exhibition
This exhibition resonates the personal stories of Latin American immigrants in Victoria. The project was started by a couple of Mexicans living in the state, and wanted their voices to be heard. Starting 15th of November, the upcoming exhibition is a collaborative project representing the members of the community through objects or photographs displaying their contribution to the social and cultural fabric of Victoria in areas such as music, arts, gastronomy, education and science. The personal and powerful stories range from experience of trauma and challenges as a refugee to happier experiences of love, contribution to society and reunification.
Mind Body Spirit Festival – Melbourne
Starting 16th of November, the largest health and wellbeing festival in Australia is back with more than 200 stage performances and exhibitors. With a ticket, you get access to free inspirational seminars, meditation sessions, stage performances, inspirational seminars and interactive wellness workshops. Lots of competitions and offer await you. There will be an aromatherapy hamper containing 30 essential oils in a wooden box. For entertainment, you have performance stage for musical and dance performances, while you can also indulge in meditation and chanting.
Halloumi Festival 2018
Halloumi is one of the most popular cheeses used today by restaurants. The Cyprus community of Victoria and Melbourne are having a festival on the 17th and 18th of November, which includes a variety of Halloumi dishes along with lots of music and entertainment. This offering gesture is known as ‘kerasma’. Halloumi is the only cheese that can be cooked on fire. A wide array of food plates will be available to buy from the kitchen, along with other refreshments on the Verandah corner.
Melbourne Street Eatz 2018 – Narre Warren & Elwood
A rotating line-up of amazing restaurants and fun activities await you at the Melbourne Street Eatz 2018, kicking off on the 21st of November. With the festive season on its ways, it’s a great time to shake off the winter hibernation and start walking headlong into rejoicing upcoming festive season. Take 5 days off from cooking because you are worth it. It’s a family fun festival with eating competitions, carnival rides, kids activities, live entertainment and cooking demonstrations. Bringing it on are Dos Diablos Mobile Cantina, Kraken Squid, Twista Bro’s, St. Gerry’s and a lot more.
Queenscliff Music Festival 2018
Starting 23rd of November, the Queenscliff Music Festival 2018 is going to be a stellar one with a blockbuster line-up featuring names like Dan Sultan, The Whitlams and Courtney Barnett. Some of the other local artists in the line-up include Australian music legends such as Sarah Blasko and Kasey Chambers. The upcoming pop-punk poet Alana Wilkinson will also be playing, alongside emerging indigenous artist Alice Skye hailing from rural Victoria. The Senegambian Jazz Band will be bringing the grooves, alongside the salsa-inspired Ella Trinidad.
Bringing the groove is The Senegambian Jazz Band, along with the salsa-inspired Ella Trinidad and neo-soul hip hop inspired artist China Bowls. Folk-inspired sister act The Little Stevies have also been added to the line-up. A Japanese funk orchestra, Osaka Monaurail will be coming from overseas with a huge reputation at their back. A collaboration between Japanese harmonica player Natsuki Kurai and Australian singer Stu Larson, along with Wanderers has been recruited for festival play.
Australian Tattoo Expo
The biggest celebration of tattoo lifestyle and culture is here with the Australian Tattoo Expo taking over the Melbourne Convention and Exhibitions Centre for 3 spectacular days of tattoos, entertainment and art. Recognized as the biggest tattoo event in Australia, the Expo brings together more than 300 talented national and international artists in an inviting atmosphere. You can expect to meet some of the finest artists across the world, including USA, Korea, Germany, Russia and Singapore. There will be original prints on sale, along with a selection of jewellery and streetwear.