Entry via Central Ave Walkway
Meriton Festival Village includes licensed areas where under 18s must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
Head down to the epicentre of Sydney Festival for a drink and a feast, ticketed shows in the Magic Mirrors Spiegeltent, plus free performances and DJs every night.
In the Spiegeltent this year you’ll find everything from the risqué boys of Briefs to the smash-hit Irish cabaret RIOT; music from counter cultural icon Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, dark-folk star Aldous Harding, Mali’s Bassekou Kouyaté and Argentinian trio Fémina; comedy from LORDS OF STRUT and mime Trygve Wakenshaw; and cabaret queen Lady Rizo.
This year, we’re also proud to introduce the Village Sideshow presented by China Southern Airlines, a fun park filled with wild, wonderful and bizarre attractions. Check out the freaky virtual reality Ghost Train or sing a song on the Karaoke Carousel, plus the Village Pools, Glitterbox, Temple of Din pinball artworks, 10 Minute Dance Parties and more.
Magic Mirrors Spiegeltent and bar area are licensed. Under 18s must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
The Magic Mirrors Spiegeltent is General Admission. Seats are not allocated so please arrive early to queue for entry.
Priority Entry tickets allow patrons first entry into the venue. Please arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the performance to ensure early access is possible. If the priority entry time is missed, tickets will be General Admission
Train: Meriton Festival Village is centrally located, and only a short walk from St James, Museum and Town Hall Stations.
Bus: Many buses service the inner city with all stops on roads surrounding Hyde Park offering very quick access to the Meriton Festival Village. The following buses make stops along Park St, College St, Elizabeth St, William St and Prince Albert Rd: 311, 323, 324, 325, 326, 327, 389, 441, 480, 483.
Parking: Wilson Parking operates at 175 Liverpool St near the south end of Hyde Park (ANZAC Memorial). Street parking is extremely limited around Hyde Park. Sydney Festival encourages patrons to travel by public transport.
For further public transport information, please call 131 500 or visit transportnsw.info.
Meriton Festival Village is wheelchair accessible.
Entry and Parking
The closest station with wheelchair access and lifts is St James Station, a 7 minute walk at a slow pace to Hyde Park North. Town Hall is also wheelchair accessible, and a 15 minute walk at a slow pace.
The Magic Mirrors Spiegeltent is wheelchair accessible, and priority entry is given to people with specific access requirements.
RESTAURANTS AND BARS
Food and drink options will be available. All vendors will display an international wheelchair symbol on their counter. If you require assistance when purchasing from any these counters, please make your way to that area and a staff member can assist you.
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