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Sold-out Khruangbin concert to be livestreamed to audiences worldwide

Sydney – Friday 21 October, 2022. The Sydney Opera House today announced that upcoming sold-out performance by Texas psychedelic trio Khruangbin will be livestreamed from the Opera House’s newly-transformed Concert Hall to audiences worldwide. Hosted on Stream, the Opera House’s online streaming platform showcasing world-class performing and digital arts, the live event will kick off at 8pm AEDT on Sunday 27 November, 2022 and will be available to watch for seven days, with tickets now on-sale to fans anywhere in the world.

Inspired by ‘60s Thai funk, Tarantino soundtracks and surf-rock cool, the universally adored three-piece will deliver a hypnotic Sydney Opera House debut, drawing on their critically lauded sophomore album Con Todo el Mundo, their smash collaboration with Leon Bridges in Texas Sun, and their hit third record Mordechai, praised by Variety as “this unusual and alluring group’s best work yet.”

Sydney Opera House Head of Digital Programming, Stuart Buchanan says: “We’re delighted to be able to celebrate this milestone moment in a phenomenal career trajectory for the band. This livestream gives fans who are unable to attend the completely sold-out season a chance to enjoy Khruangbin’s famously captivating live show, no matter where they are in the world.”

The livestream complements a bumper program of new music, documentaries, talks and kids content released this month, available to watch now on Stream.


  • From the Sails: Light Years – Marking the start of the Opera House’s year-long 50th anniversary program, From the Sails: Light Years celebrates the past, present and people of Sydney Opera House with a stunning new artwork projected on the sails each evening until Sunday 30 October. The film was created with principal artist Sam Doust of Art Processors and features contributing work by artists Jake Duczynski, Jason Poley, Andrew Stevenson and Hylton Mowday. Free on-demand on Stream.
  • HTRK and The Necks: In Session – Two intimate, long-form live music films from Melbourne electronic post-punk duo HTRK and Australia’s critically acclaimed improvisational trio The NecksFree on-demand on Stream. 
  • On The Level – A monthly series of intimate conversations with prominent artists during their Sydney Opera House visit. The premiere episode features Australian singer-songwriter Gordi candidly discussing inspirations across her career. Free on-demand on Stream.
  • Antidote 2022 – Eight gripping talks from this year’s annual festival of ideas, art and change, including Brian Cox (Succession), Pulp frontman Jarvis Cocker, and British writer Olivia Laing. Rent on-demand on Stream.
  • Sydney Symphony Orchestra: Simone Young conducts Mahler 2 – The much-anticipated performance that reopened the Concert Hall after more than two years of extensive renewal works. Free on-demand on Stream.
  • Australian World Orchestra – A Night to Shine! – A one-off performance showcasing some of the most promising young classical musicians in the state, with A Night To Shine - Behind The Scenes going backstage as they prepare to take the stage. Rent on-demand on Stream.
  • For kids and families – Two shows by puppetry experts ErthARC, an intimate tale about our love of the natural world featuring snow leopards, hammerhead sharks, microbats, elephants, and more; and Prehistoric World, an up-close encounter with some of the most amazing dinosaurs to have walked the Earth; plus Flying Fruit Fly Circus’ Tempo, a musical variety show comprising an ensemble of acrobatic teenage performers. Rent on-demand on Stream. 


  • Up Next – A new interview series hosted by Courtney Ammenhauser that uncovers who’ll define the next 50 years of arts and culture in Australia. Hear from effervescent Fangirls creator Yve Blake, spellbinding Dorr-e Dari actor Mahdi Mohammadi, and writer and founder of the Sweatshop literary movement, Dr Michael Mohammed AhmadListen free on Spotify / Apple Podcasts.
  • Arty Farty – A podcast created especially for kids featuring iconic Australian author Andy Griffiths (Treehouse series); Melbourne writer/poet Maxine Beneba Clarke (Wide Big World, The Patchwork Bike); and Adnyamathanha and Narungga man, 2014 Australian of the Year and co-founder of the GO Foundation Adam GoodesListen free on Spotify / Apple Podcasts.

Accumulating over 225,000 viewers since launching in April 2021, Stream is the Sydney Opera House’s online streaming platform, designed to showcase its world-class performing and digital arts to audiences everywhere. Subscriptions are free, offering front-row seats to full-length livestreams of new performances, highlights from the Opera House’s rich multi-genre archive, behind-the-scenes content, and original artistic work created exclusively for the platform.

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Genvin In
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