In a five-hour set of dance floor perfection, the Opera House welcomes acid house's legendary Londoner for an unmissable summer Studio party.
In the Studio
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Watch an uncut interview from 2017 between Ben Marshall and the British DJ behind Primal Scream, Andrew Weatherall. Plus hear Ben's reflection on the passing of a man who changed dance music.
Heralding the summer for a Studio party like no other, legendary dance eccentric Andrew Weatherall makes his Opera House debut with a DJ set from open to close – guiding clubbers through the hedonistic heights of acid house, dub, techno, and everything in between!
A life-long Londoner who produced Primal Scream's classic Screamadelica and breakthrough remixes for Underworld, New Order and the Happy Mondays, Weatherall has proved a dancefloor sage in an era of jumbotron mega thud and drop-dead DJs.
A Sydney favourite who has sold out every show here for the past decade, the Opera House now follows the euphoric Goodgod Super Club at Vivid LIVE with the best-dressed DJ in the world, handing Weatherall the keys for five hours straight of pure 1's and 2's.
Get to know Andrew Weatherall by listening to a Spotify playlist curated by Ben Marshall, Head of Contemporary Music.
Presented by Sydney Opera House by arrangement with Picnic One Night Stand.
Listen to Andrew Weatherall DJ live from 303 Liverpool
Book yourself in for an intimate early morning behind-the-scenes experience. See the rehearsal and performances spaces that are usually the exclusive domain of our artists and performers.
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What time do I need to arrive before the event?
It’s a great idea to arrive early, relax and soak up the atmosphere.
If you are collecting your tickets from the Box Office, we recommend doing this at least 30 minutes before the event starts. If you have already received your tickets, aim to arrive at least 15 minutes before the event. This should allow enough time for the mandatory visual inspections and/or cloaking of bags and personal belongings by Opera House security staff before entering the venue and finding your seats.
We recommend leaving all large bags at home, any bags larger than an A4 piece of paper is required to be checked into the Cloak Room.
If you are late, we will seat you as soon as possible, but please be aware that some events have lock out periods. In these cases, latecomers will be admitted at a suitable break in the performance. On occasions this may not be until the interval, or at all where there is no interval. Details of our right to refuse admission can be found in our General Terms and Conditions for Tickets and Events.
What are the transport options to the Opera House?
You can catch public transport (bus, train, ferry) to Circular Quay and enjoy a 6 min walk to the Opera House. If you’re getting dropped off in a car head to the roundabout at the bottom Macquarie Street where staff will direct you to a safe place to pull over.
Driving? Park in Wilson’s Car Park, you’re just minutes to your seat. Need a bit more info? Click here
Yes, there will be strobe and haze during the performance.
All ticketholders must present their bags and personal belongings for visual inspection or x-ray screening by Sydney Opera House security staff before entering the venue as a safety precaution and condition of entry. Valid photo ID must be presented to purchase a drink from the theatre bar.
To avoid delays, please leave anything larger than an A4 sheet of paper at home.
Larger items – including handbags bigger than A4-size, backpacks, umbrellas, suitcases and prams – are not permitted inside the venues and must be cloaked.
Find out more about venue security at Sydney Opera House.
What should I wear?
So long as you’re wearing shoes and a shirt, whatever you like. We’re pretty informal here at the Opera House.
Where can I eat nearby?
Satisfy your hunger at one of the many restaurants and bars here at the Opera House. Our restaurants offer everything from casual snacks to award-winning fine dining. Find what you’re after, see our Restaurants
Can I take food & drink inside the venue?
Food is not allowed in this event, however you are invited to buy a drink and take it inside to enjoy.
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