Festivals

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Sunset Piazza extends star-studded program Things to do

Sunset Piazza extends star-studded program

Ben Folds, Kate Miller-Heidke, Josh Pyke, Eddie Perfect, G Flip, and Pnau (DJ set) join the line-up.

Walk the Lunar Lanterns your own way Cultural and creative life

Walk the Lunar Lanterns your own way

From Circular Quay to Haymarket, discover the artists behind the lanterns and learn more about the 12 zodiac signs.

What to do and where to eat during Sydney Lunar Festival 2021 Things to do

What to do and where to eat during Sydney Lunar Festival 2021

Fabulous feasts, spectacular shows and magnificent artworks – it’s time to celebrate the Year of the Ox.

A star-studded line up for Sydney’s newest outdoor stage Things to do

A star-studded line up for Sydney’s newest outdoor stage

Alex the Astronaut, Ben Lee, Sneaky Sound System, Emma Pask and Peking Duk to open Sunset Piazza in the city centre.

NAIDOC in the City goes online for 2020 Things to do

NAIDOC in the City goes online for 2020

Enjoy music, dance, discussion and shopping in the comfort and safety of your home.

Multi-million dollar investment for a 24-hour city City economy

Multi-million dollar investment for a 24-hour city

The plan will see extended hours for cultural institutions and a festival of live music, outdoor dining and theatre performances over a 6 month period.

Join us for Refugee Week 2020 online A safe and accessible city

Join us for Refugee Week 2020 online

Explore talks, performances and forums including a conversation with refugee advocates Cate Blanchett and Marta Dusseldorp.

Celebrating the 2020 Mardi Gras season Things to do

Celebrating the 2020 Mardi Gras season

Sydney streets burst with colour for the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Festival.

Sydney’s new food festival: Jake Smyth of Mary’s tells us why we should hit the streets Things to do

Sydney’s new food festival: Jake Smyth of Mary’s tells us why we should hit the streets

The City of Sydney is backing a new retail campaign to support our local bars, cafes, restaurants and retailers.

Sydney lets its pride flag fly for Mardi Gras Cultural and creative life

Sydney lets its pride flag fly for Mardi Gras

The festival sees the international symbol of pride at the top of the town.

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