If you are looking for what to do this weekend, then there are fun-tainment activities for you at the Australian Pavilion, Expo 2020.
Sissos: Australian Pavilion Forecourt, 17 – 18 December 2020
Sissos are an acoustic duo from Sydney, based in Berlin. Georgie and Steph are sisters who flood the room with charm and talent from the moment they step on stage. Their polished harmonies compliment their bluesy, feel-good and soulful songs perfectly. They execute an effortless performance, every time. Steph and Georgie have a certain purity and transparency which is unique and refreshing. Having grown up together in the same musical household, their rapport with each other is so prominent, you’ll feel like you grew up with them too!
Wattle and Jali Dance: Australian Pavilion Forecourt, 17 – 18 December 2020
Australian Pavilion Mascots Wattle & Jali love making new friends. You can meet them every day in the pavilion forecourt. Have your photo taken with the whole crew and maybe sneak in a friendly hug! Wattle and Jali also love to dance and have created a special dance show for all to enjoy. Come and Shuffle with Wattle and Jali to the party rock anthem by LMFAO. 2pm and 3pm Friday and Saturday’s on the Victoria Stage, Australia Pavilion.
Australia Later: Australian Pavilion Forecourt, 17 December 2020
Expo 2020 is all about bringing the world together, and the Australian Pavilion wants to do just that with the universal language of music. Bring your instruments and come on down to the forecourt for a jam session open to the public every Friday evening from 10:30pm – 12:30am.
Aerialists: Australian Pavilion Forecourt, 17-18 December 2020
Every night from 6pm through to 9pm the Australian Pavilion comes to life with an amazing display of awe-inspiring aerial performances. Featuring a dedicated team of talented Australian artists, each show focuses on different acrobatic elements including the hoop, silks and freestyle displays. Our performers always wow audiences with each show being set to dramatic music and dynamic light display under the Blue Sky Dreaming canopy of the Australian pavilion.