After a big day at work … we get another two days off! So why not make the most of it with our guide to the top 10 things to do in Canberra this weekend.

T-Pain at Academy Bar

8pm Friday 27 January

Come get low with US superstar T-Pain at Academy Club! His tour kicked off last weekend in Perth, but tonight the Grammy Award-winner is promising a huge DJ set, as well as a few on-stage surprises.

The Amity Affliction at ANU Bar

7pm Saturday 28 January

The Amity Affliction will be hitting the stage at ANU Bar Saturday night for their This Could Be Heartbreak regional tour. Joining them on this 13-date jaunt around the great southern land will be Hellions and Ocean Grove.

Canberra Cavalry Vs Brisbane Bandits at the Narrabundah Ballpark

All Weekend

Make sure that you head down to the Narrabundah Ballpark this weekend for the Canberra Cavalry’s last games of the season against the Brisbane Bandits. The Bandits proved too good for the Cavalry in Game 1, winning 8-5, so come along and support the Cavs to turn the score around for Game 2 and 3!

Coincidences at Nishi Gallery

All weekend

Coincidences is an exploration of the work of John Wardle Architects (JWA) carried out by a series of prominent architectural photographers and artist, Peter Kennedy. This Nishi Gallery exhibition challenges the boundaries between public and private spaces through different mediums.

Defining Moments at the Canberra Glassworks

All weekend

Visit the Canberra Glassworks for its newest exhibition Defining Moments. This exhibition acknowledges the moments of success and of disaster of two artists, Matthew Curtis and Harriet Schwarzrock, and their individual and combined impact on the Australian studio glass world.


Also don’t miss…

Lunar New Year Banquet at Vikings Lanyon – 12pm Saturday 28 January

Headz are Rolling at Transit Bar – 9pm Saturday 28 January

Old Bus Depot Market at Kingston – 10am Sunday 29 January

Versailles: Treasures from the Palace at National Gallery of Australia – All weekend

Ben & Jerry’s Openair Cinema Canberra at Patrick White Lawns – All weekend