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Published June 27th 2016
Have fun this July with this list of month-long events
This July Darwin will be hosting a range of winter events for all interests.
The list below includes both free & ticketed events around Darwin and surrounds:
1. The Sanderson NAC Community Village
When: 2 July 2016: 8am-12pm Where: Sanderson Middle School, 60 Matthews Rd, Wulagi Cost: Free Details: This event will showcase a range of market stalls, entertainment, food stalls, activities including art & craft, games, cooking, demonstrations, Zumba and more. Click here for website.
2. Darwin Fringe Festival When: 15-24 July 2016 Where: Various locations across Darwin- see website.
Cost: See website. Details: This ten-day festival will include non-stop fun with a line-up of fun activities, music, theatre, dance, comedy, visual arts, film, entertainment, performances and more. Click here for website.
3. Soweto Gospel Choir When: 20 July 2016: 7pm-9pm
Where: Darwin Entertainment Centre, 93 Mitchell St, Darwin
Cost: Tickets start from $67.50pp- see website for all ticket pricing.
Details: This event will showcase live performances from Soweto Gospel Choir. Click here for website.
4. Mr Snot Bottom Kid's Show Comedy
When: 20-22 July 2016: 11am-12pm
Where: Brown's Mart Theatre, 12 Smith St, Darwin
Cost: $15pp or $50 for family of four.
Details: This child-friendly event will feature a kids comedian brimming with all topics kids love, making this event perfect for children aged 4-10yrs. Click here for website.
5. Royal Darwin Show
When: 21-23 July 2016: 9am-10pm
Where: Darwin Showgrounds, Stuart Hwy, Winnellie
Cost: Adults: $20pp, Children under 14yrs: $12pp, Family (2 adults 3 children under 14yrs): $50- for all ticket pricing see website.
Details: This exciting and fun family-friendly event will showcase hundreds of displays from livestock, prize bulls, horses, dogs and poultry, stalls, foods galore, giant pumpkins, local produce, art & crafts, amusement rides, entertainment, parades, demonstrations, firework displays and more. Click here for website.