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Bondi Feast 2017

Sydney’s favourite indie pop-up winter festival Bondi Feast is back for a fifth year – bigger and better than ever with 40 shows and 158 artists over a two week period at the iconic Bondi Pavilion.

Hosted by Waverley Council, the Pavilion will come alive with the best of comedy, theatre, music, visual arts and food from 18-29 July to help Sydneysiders of all ages shake off those winter blues. Artists from all over Australia will fill every corner of the famous venue on five stages for ten unforgettable nights.

When:
18/07/2017
Where:
Queen Elizabeth Drive, Bondi Beach, NSW, 2026
How Much:
$0-$20
Web:
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