Australia Day 2018 – Live at Sydney Opera House

Australia Day 2018 – Live at Sydney Opera House is finished

When

Date
26 January 2018
Time
7:30pm – 9:30pm

Where

Watch the concert on Network Ten or TenPlay. Ticket holders, head to the Sydney Opera House forecourt (access via Macquarie Street, avoid east Circular Quay)
Sydney NSW

Australia Day 2018 – Live at Sydney Opera House, promises to be bigger and better than ever as some of our nation’s musical legends take to the stage in this unforgettable event.

Other information

Accessible event

Bookings required

$Free access

Watch the concert on TV

Grab some popcorn and tune into Network Ten at 7:30pm AEDT to watch the concert live from the comfort of your couch.

Line-up

Network Ten TV personality Grant Denyer, special guest host Sandra Sully and film and TV actor Luke Carroll will host Australia’s best talent at our most iconic building on our biggest day of the year – what could be better?

Anthony CalleaMarcia HinesChristine AnuGuy SebastianJohn Paul YoungCasey DonovanDami Im and Lorenzo Rositano will perform the hottest tunes alongside tributes to great songs of the past.

Australia Day 2018 – Live at The Sydney Opera House is brought to you by the NSW Government through its tourism and major events agency Destination NSW.

TICKETS

A ballot was used to allocate tickets to Australia Day – Live at the Sydney Opera House 2018. The ballot closed on Thursday, 18 January 2018.

Tickets have now been distributed to the winners.

If at any stage winners are unable to attend, please email [email protected] or call 02 9250 7777 as soon as possible. We’ll pass the tickets to another lucky person. It would be un-Australian to let others miss out!

Disability and mobility support

The designated accessible viewing area (for guests with disability or mobility requirements) is at capacity.

Dos and don'ts

DO NOT BYO. BYO alcohol and glass are not permitted in Bradfield Park in North Sydney, Darling Harbour, The Rocks, Sydney Opera House and Circular Quay, including the Overseas Passenger Terminal and Dawes Point.

DO check out the health and safety tips

Public transport

Plan ahead and leave the car at home. The best way to get around on Australia Day is by public transport using an Opal Card.

If travelling by train, please allow some extra travel time. 

Visit transportnsw.info for details on train, bus, light rail and ferry services. 

Road closures

Road closures and special event clearways will be in place for Australia Day.

For real-time information about road closures and traffic conditions:

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