Major Events

Liverpool City Council proudly hosts a variety of major events and festivals throughout the year, as well as hundreds of exhibitions, community events, workshops and hands-on activities at Casula Powerhouse Arts CentreLiverpool Regional Museum and Liverpool libraries.

The following major events celebrate the best of Liverpool’s vibrant multicultural identity through food, arts, culture and heritage.

Coronavirus - impact on events calendar:

Liverpool City Council is closely following information provided by the NSW and Australian Governments about novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

Coronavirus is at the forefront of everyone’s mind and as the situation is evolving, we will share updates regularly as we follow Federal and State Government advice.

With the welfare of our staff and community in mind, Council has decided to take a precautionary approach and postpone or cancel the majority of its upcoming public events. Please refer to this webpage for up-to-date information about Council's response to coronavirus.

Date:  TBC - Postponed
Time:  1pm – 9pm
Venue:  TBC

This signature CBD event celebrates the city’s multicultural success in a one-night street fiesta that combines a tantalising array of food, live music and performances, markets and plenty of art into a feast for the senses, bringing plenty of colour and energy to different corners of Liverpool city centre each year.

Visitors enjoying ice cream at a night stall.

Date:  TBC - Postponed
Time:  6pm – 11pm
Venue: The William Inglis Hotel

As one of south west Sydney’s premier black-tie events, the evening combines fine dining with live entertainment, dancing and fundraising fun, serving as a wonderful opportunity to network with like-minded locals.

Guests having dinner at the yearly black-tie event.

Date: TBC - Postponed 
Time:  10am – 4pm
Venue:  Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre, Powerhouse Road, Casula

This week-long festival features a variety of paid and free events that bring thousands of children and their families to Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre for hands-on fun and learning through art and craft, film, theatre, dance, music and more.

Visitors participating in a dance production at the Way Out West Festival for Children.

Liverpool on a Roll

Date: 16, 17 & 18 April
Time: 16 & 17 April, 5-10pm, 18 April, 11am-4pm
Venue: Black Muscat Park, Chipping Norton

Food festival Liverpool on a Roll celebrates the city’s multicultural community, showcasing international bites and beats in a beautiful parkland setting. Food trucks and stalls sell tasty treats presented “on a roll”, so visitors can expect to try bao, banh mi, burritos, burgers and more. There is also live entertainment, giveaways, garden games, an open-air arcade and a pop-up beer garden.


Date: Tuesday 26 January 2021 
Time: 10.30am
Venue: Online

Liverpool's outdoor Australia Day celebration has been cancelled.

A virtual Australia Day Awards Ceremony will be held. All are invited to watch the ceremony on the Liverpool City Council Facebook page.

Business Opportunities 

Our major events provide the perfect opportunity for organisations, businesses and media to align their brands with ours as sponsors or partners. We also regularly seek expressions of interest from performers, stallholders and volunteers.

Council’s Major Events Sponsorship Proposal will equip you with all the information your organisation needs to make the first step towards partnering with Liverpool City Council and reaching thousands of people across greater Sydney. Cash or in-kind contributions are subject to Council's Incoming Sponsorship Policy.

Visit our Expressions of Interest page for open EOIs for stallholders, performers and volunteers.

Contact the Events team directly to discuss any opportunities that are right for you and your organisation:

PLEASE NOTE – in order to record Council's major events and promote Council’s activities, Council staff or contractors will be taking photographs and filming during these events. Photos and footage may be used on Council’s website, Facebook page, Instagram page and other social media.

Photos and footage may also be shared with media outlets, or used in promotional material for future events and corporate documents.

You have the right to access your personal information. If you would like your images removed from Council’s platforms, please contact Council’s communications department at or call 1300 36 2170.