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Park Sounds

Come and see Sydney Olympic Park as you’ve never seen it. Experience the streets alive with singers, food trucks and entertainers.

Park Sounds will feature artists who will play acoustic gigs on the streets, in restaurants and in theatres, sometimes with bands too. Come listen as their music brings the Park to life. There will be over 40 small scale performances with 150 musicians, DJs and comedians.

 Featured Events

Pub Choir

Date: Saturday 21 May
Location: Sydney Showground

Pub Choir is bringing Sydney’s biggest sing-along to the Park!
It's a fun interactive event that’s part music and part comedy.

In 90 minutes, experience the magic as an entire crowd is transformed into an electrifying, incredible choir 

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Gigs & Drinks

Date: April - May 2022
Location: Abattoir Blues, Ribs and Rumps and The Brewery

Gigs & Drinks livens up the Park's local favourites - Abattoir Blues, Ribs and Rumps, and The Brewery - with live music, great feeds and drinks to gather your mates or impress your date with an entertaining night.

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Spotlight

Date: Various Dates in April and May
Location: Various Locations

Kick off your night with the sweet sounds of live music. You can BYO a picnic, grab local takeaway or book a restaurant.

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Upcoming Events

Meatstock – The Music and Barbecue Festival

Date: Friday 6 - Sunday 8 May 2022
Location: Sydney Showground

Meatstock kicks off over the weekend and includes live music, demonstrations, eating competitions, food trucks, barbecue expo, live art, the Rod + Custom Rumble, competitions, free rides for the kids and refreshments by Yaks Brewing and Sailor Jerry.

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Africultures Festival

Date: 7 May 2022
Location: Cathy Freeman Park

Africultures Festival is Australia’s largest African festival showcasing the many vibrant cultures of the African continent.

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This program is proudly funded by the NSW Government through the support of Investment NSW, Create NSW and Multicultural NSW.

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