Check out The Hills Shire Council's Summer Series

Live music, gourmet food, theatre, festivals and fireworks
Photograph: Morris McLennan
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Hot summer days and balmy nights in The Hills will be celebrated with a program of live music, theatre performances, celebrations and cinema, all brought to you by The Hills Shire Council. 

Kick back and watch a film underneath the stars at the Sydney Hills Outdoor Cinema, popping up at Castle Hill Showground. A program of both new releases and classics will be screening throughout Jan and Feb, with tickets starting at $19. 

Enjoy a slice of the Hunter Valley in The Hills at Get Your Groove On. The festival brings together live music (with Birds of Tokyo, British India, Pete Murray and Thirsty Merc playing), boutique beers, great food stalls and Hunter Valley wineries all on the grassy plains of Bella Vista Farm, across two Saturdays in Feb.

Things are really going to heat up at the Red Hot Summer Tour on Sunday Feb 4. Suzi Quatro and a bunch of '80s rockers including The Angels, Baby Animals, The Screaming Jets, Moving Pictures and Chocolate Starfish will all be hitting the stage at Bella Vista Farm with tickets costing $109.90

Then it's time for a day for country music fans, both young and old. The Country Rocks Festival Sydney will be taking over on March 3, with tickets starting at just $66.

Australia Day at The Farm will be recognising the nation's day with performances from Fasika Ayallew, Mental as Anything and Rogue Traders, alongside fireworks, carnival rides and street food. 

Also the Parramatta Eels make a visit to The Hills for the Blue and Gold Army Festival. Get excited for the 2018 season with player meet and greets, and hear all about what the team have in store from Parramatta Eels head coach Brad Arthur. 

So whether you want to rock out at a music festival, get the family together for a day out or just want to catch an outdoor movie, The Hills has something for you to do this Summer Series. 

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