Author: OutInCanberra

5 places to karaoke in CBR

Looking for somewhere to sing at the top of your lungs without any judgement? We have rounded up 5 Karaoke bars where you can let loose, because sometimes the car pool karaoke just doesn’t cut it. Kingpin Bowling, Canberra Centre   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Kingpin (@kingpinbowling) on Dec 30, 2019 at 12:03am PST Sound Box Karaoke, Dickson View this post on Instagram A post shared by Georgina Holt (@georgiethellama) on Jul 20, 2019 at 11:27pm PDT 88 MPH, City   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Canberra Long...

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3 new places to try in Fyshwick

These days Fyshwick is where the thrill seekers hang. From Vertical Indoor Snow Sports to Blochaus Boldering and Urban Axxe Throwing, there is no shortage of fun, even for the little ones at KIDZplore playground. For those who prefer a day of leisure, Canberra Outlet’s new Premium Mall is another excuse to visit Fyshwick, not to mention Capital Brewing where you’ll always find a good vibe lingering. It’s no secret Fyshwick keeps getting cooler, here are three new places to eat or grab a coffee on your next visit. Emporium Espresso   View this post on Instagram   A...

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Mash in to Canberra’s first BeeFest

BeerFest will see over 20 craft brewers, cider makers, winemakers and distillers Australia-wide will set up in Commonwealth Place to share craft brews and other one-off creations on 15 February. To compliment the fine craftmanship, the finest local produce accompanies the sensory day. Festival-goers can also expect a huge line-up of entertainment from comedy acts, roving acts, kid entertainment and live music. This year’s headlining music act are ARIA-award winning band Art vs Science and comedy acts will include Luke Heggie, Hamish Hudson, and Emo Parsonson, hosted by Fresh Comedy’s Steward Bell. Don’t miss out favourite local brewers; Capital Brewing Co and BentSpoke will be making an appearance,...

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What’s on Aussie Day Sunday 26 Jan

Australia Day Fundraising Event The 2020 Aus Day concert by the lake will be a day-time fundraising concert in place of the annual firework show on Sunday 26 January.  This year will be all about uniting to raise money for our neighbours impacted by the bushfires. From 9am the public are invited to watch the National Flag Raising and Citizenship Ceremony at Rond Terrace, before heading over to Stage88 between 10am and 1pm to see singer Nicole Millar and indie-pop musicians Japanese Wallpaper supported by local act Monica Moore. Australia Day Barbie with Bad Betti It isn’t Australia Day...

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What’s on this long weekend

Check out our Aus Day listicle Captain’s Flat Hotel – Friday 24 – Saturday 25 Raise the fun fest: a great initiative to provide support as a result of the devastating fires across NSW and to bring people together to create a dynamic community that will help those who have been affected. This will involve a two-day music fundraiser, running from 6pm Friday the 24th of January to Saturday night @12am the 25th of January at Captain’s Flat southwest of Canberra and it will involve a range of artists playing to assist in raising funds for NSW Rural Fire...

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