What’s on at the Sydney Festival
The Sydney Festival starts on 6th January and ends on 28th January 2020
You might think that after all the Sydney New Year’s celebrations and world-famous fireworks that things might calm down a little bit in Sydney. Well you’d be right they do, but not for long. The Sydney Festival takes a hold on 6th January and doesn’t let go until the end of the Australia Day long weekend on the 28th January.
The most popular cultural festival in Australia
The festival draws in around a million people from far and wide making it the most popular cultural festival in Australia. Several hundred top Australian and International artists will dazzle and mesmerise you with an array of world-class performances in dance, theatre and music.
Nice to be Free
Of the other hundred or so events to be staged, played or otherwise performed many are at little or no cost.
Bigger and Better
The festival will last longer this year and contain more events aiming at a more diverse audience. In other words there should be something for everyone.
Symphony under the Stars
Symphony under the Stars returns to Parramatta. This iconic event takes place at Parramatta Park, an easy walking distance from ferry and train.
Get with the Program
The full festival program has been released. Follow the link below for the details:
There are a myriad of things to do in and around Sydney which are not part of the program:
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