Our festival bar Goldie’s Music Hall is open each night from 6pm.
Access is via the external stairs near the Drama Theatre or via the Concert Hall stairs pre and post-show with valid tickets
Bag checks will be carried out prior to entering the bar
If you are carrying a backpack, you will be permitted into Goldie's Music Hall, however you will need to cloak this bag before going to any show at Vivid LIVE. Where possible, please do not bring large bags.
Black and gold glamour
The team behind Newtown’s bluesy local The Midnight Special, reach back into the golden era of 60's and 70’s funk, soul and R&B to transform the Concert Hall Northern Foyer into a gleaming world of black and gold glamour. Beaded lampshades and plush furnishings accompanied by the soundtrack of Sydney’s DJs Gonz, Rusty and Boonge, Mama Disquo plus many more spinning timeless records all night long.
Goldie’s will team up with Aria Events to serve specially-made cocktails like the ‘Golden Years’ - cognac, rye whiskey, amaretto, whisky barrel bitters and orange zest. Partnered with a drinks list championing local brewers Grifter Brewing Co. and Young Henrys plus distillers Poor Toms Gin and Archie Rose.
Come in prior to your Vivid LIVE show or after for a night you won’t forget.
You can enter the Northern Foyer bar from the Southern Foyer by going up the stairs if you have a ticket to a concert that evening. Alternatively, you can find the Northern Foyer bar at the top of the external stairs from the Western Foyers.
Goldie's Music Hall is open till late, head up with friends to relax before and after the show.
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