Saturday, 25 July 2020

What's on in the NT August September 2020

- Darwin Cup Day, Darwin, 3 August – One of the largest sporting and social events in the Northern Territory, revellers converge on Fannie Bay for a day of racing, fashion and entertainment. More information.

- Darwin Festival, Darwin, 6-16 August– Darwin Festival transforms the streets of Australia’s only tropical capital city with in a series of live and online concerts, theatre performances, visual art exhibitions, immersive experiences and more. This year, headline acts include comedian Amy Heatherton and hip-hop artist J-MILLA, among other local and national talent. More information.

- Darwin Supercars, 8-9 August– The BetEasy Darwin Triple Crown returns to Hidden Valley Raceway for a weekend of exhilarating racing. More information.

- The Ghan operating, 30 August – The iconic Ghan will once again forge through the heart of Australia, taking guests between Adelaide and Darwin from August 30. See attached media release. More information.

- Red Centre NATS, Alice Springs, 4-6 September–Over Father’s Day weekend, Red Centre NATS will showcase everything on four wheels with the very best in street machines, elite show cars, hot rods, classics & exotics. More information.

- Parrtjima – A Festival in Light, Alice Springs, 11-20 September–The only authentic Aboriginal light festival of its kind, Parrtjima returns with ten nights of live talks, events, music and light installations from a number Aboriginal artists set against the majestic MacDonnell Ranges. More information.

- Desert Mob, Alice Springs, 11-25 September– An event of national significance, Desert Mob represents the most comprehensive survey of contemporary Aboriginal art by artists from Desart-member art centres from the desert regions and communities of the Northern Territory, South Australia and Western Australia. More information.