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What's on in April
Things to do in Melbourne in April, from free events to exhibitions and places to visit.
Arts Centre Melbourne Sunday Market
Discover wares by local makers and artisans at this weekly market.
French Impressionism from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
A major exhibition of more than 100 masterworks of French Impressionism.
Becoming You: An incomplete Guide
An exhibition of Australian coming-of-age stories.
Makers Market at The District
This dog-friendly market at Docklands features craft, gifts, fashion and food.
She-Oak and Sunlight: Australian Impressionism
A large-scale exhibition of more than 250 artworks drawn from collections around Australia,
The Winter Village
Discover family-friendly activities, food trucks and bars at this magical winter wonderland.
Docklands Community Craft and Farmers Market
Enjoy a food and craft market on the second and fourth Sunday of the month.
Catch instant freebies popping up across the city on FOMO Fridays.
FOMO Fridays at Collins Square
Enjoy giveaways, food tastings, interactive workshops and trivia on FOMO Fridays.
The Melbourne Magic Festival
Casting its spell with performances and workshops for all ages this winter.
An Evening with Peter Singer
Hear the activist and world's most influential living philosopher, Peter Singer, in conversation.
FOMO Fridays at Myer
Visit Myer Melbourne for an unmissable night of beauty, giveaways and offers.
Entertain the whole family over the school holidays with these kid-friendly events and activities.
GABS is a weekend long craft beer and cider festival.
RISING's spiraling Chinatown art car park, with sculptures, cocktails and moon parades.
Melbourne's essential night-time events
From hidden laneway markets to retro roller rinks, Melbourne gets lit once the lights go out.