Upcoming gigs, performances and concerts
Five-time Grammy Award-winner Angélique Kidjo makes her triumphant return to the Sydney Opera House with her latest album Mother Nature.
Featuring solo and ensemble vocal and instrumental works, there is something for everyone – from classics to jazz and contemporary music.
After releasing their first album in 40 years, Zamrock legends WITCH make their Opera House debut on their very first Australian tour.
A shapeshifting beat master of virtuoso power, British jazz percussionist and composer Yussef Dayes makes his triumphant return to the Sydney Opera House, making his dazzling drumming debut at the Concert Hall.
One of the UK’s hottest and most exciting bands, the Mercury Prize-nominated post-punk art rockers Black Country, New Road, make their Sydney Opera House Debut.
A life affirming show of music, song and laughter. Known for the close relationship with fans, Daniel presents a wonderful show of Irish standards and popular classics.
Sixty years of songs and stories.
Making their long-awaited return to Australia after 11 years, Chicago’s multiple-Grammy-award-winning alt-rock legends Wilco will celebrate 30 years of music with an exclusive Concert Hall performance.
Classical crossover pianist, Maksim, performs his new show THE COLLECTION with his full band. Hear classical masterpieces plus contemporary hits by Coldplay, John Legend and Queen and themes from iconic movies including The Godfather and Pirates of the Caribbean.
Multi-award winning singer-songwriter and rock ’n’ roll hall of famer Elvis Costello returns to the Sydney Opera House Concert Hall – with his legendary band The Imposters – for the first time in 17 years.
Zeppelin Soars Again unleashes the hypnotic Zep Boys & Kashmir Orchestra for two hours of hits, howling vocals and unbridled orchestral majesty.
Australian icon DIESEL will be touring his hit single Forever and new record Bootleg Melancholy in 2024.
Massimo Ranieri, the iconic Italian artist, masterfully weaves music, acting, and charisma. His timeless performances evoke emotion and enchant audiences worldwide.
The multi-hyphenated artist stemming from Hollywood, Dr. Satinder Sartaaj, performs live in the Concert Hall.
Don’t miss the chance to witness Angie McMahon’s transformative and triumphant musical journey live: an unforgettable experience, showcasing her evolution into a bolder, bigger, and brighter sonic landscape.
Don’t miss Engelbert Humperdinck – One golden voice, 50 iconic years.
Celebrate the 30th anniversary of Jimmy's Flesh and Wood album and see him in up-close-and-personal mode, telling short stories and tall tales as well as songs from his extensive catalogue.
Eumeralla is a work two thousand generations in the making.
Folk rock troubadour Passenger returns to the Sydney Opera House for his Concert Hall debut, celebrating the re-release of his breakthrough album, All The Little Lights.
Led by enigmatic singer-songwriter Matt Johnson, UK new wave icons THE THE return to the Sydney Opera House for two performances spanning their genre-hopping four-decade career.
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