From K-Pop to knafeh, celebrate the cultural diversity of Sydney at the annual Cabramatta Moon Festival
Each year, Cabramatta Moon Festival celebrates the best of South East Asian culture and cuisine with a huge street festival, drawing 90,000 people from across Sydney to the party on John Street. The date of the event falls on the day of the year when daylight and darkness are equal in length, and Cabramatta Moon Festival is filled with colourful entertainment from day to night – from a lion dance parade at 10.30am to a fireworks finale at 8pm. There are fairground rides, cooking demonstrations and three stages of entertainment, including a performance from Prince Mak (3pm) and Timomatic (6pm). My Kitchen Rules winners Tasia and Gracia will be there, too, giving a demo on their cooking skills at 11.05am and 1.35pm on the Mekong Mounties Group Stage.