Baroque Music Festival | Friday, February 21 - Sunday, February 23 | Wagga Art Gallery, Wesley Uniting Church, Oura Community Art Centre
Back for more, well-known Wagga group PopBarock are bringing their mix of pop, baroque and folk music to the city. Listen to a concoction of everything from The Beatles and Coldplay to ABBA and Bach. Following on are a number of other Baroque style groups from Sydney and Canberra to round out the weekend festival.
NSW Touch Junior State Cup Southern Conference | Friday, February 21 - Sunday, February 23 | Jubilee Park
More than 180 teams descend on Wagga to play touch football, bringing with them around 8,000 competitors and spectators. Join in the action from the sideline and watch some of the finest up and coming athletes in the state compete for the coveted title.
Remembering the fallen
War Animal Remembrance Day | Saturday, February 22 | Victory Memorial Gardens
Animals have contributed to Australia's military history over the years and continue to do so through their physical skills, emotional support and mascot use. Pay tribute to those lost and remember their rich history.
Artblast! | Saturday, February 22 | Wagga Art Gallery
Get your creative juices flowing with the Art Gallery's monthly workshop program for children. Find inspiratiopn in the exhibitions and collections of display to work with tutors on site and turn the idea into a reality.
Screening under the stars
Movies by Moonlight - A Star is Born | Saturday, February 22 | Borambola Wines
Enjoy live entertainment by Millie and Harry Music followed by a sunset screening of the movie A Star is Born. An 18-plus only event, sip on the winery's top vintages while sitting back in a picnic chair and enjoying the film.
Weird and Wonderful
The Bells | Saturday, February 22 | Wagga Civic Theatre Precinct
Absorb the crazy antics of The Bells in their public outdoor theatre extravaganza. Conceived in the 1990s by the Five Angry Men theatre group, the 60-minute performance sees the cast work their way through the crowd on black vintage bicycles before the air is full of flying bodies and the sound of enormous church bells. The end result is a comic, triumphant, tragic and absurd performance.