Sydney Gig Guide Jan – Mar

This is only a very small taste of the live gigs which will be touching down in Sydney in the months of January –March 2020. But we will be uploading new posts on a monthly basis to give you some advance notice on what hot live gigs will be arriving in Ol’ Sydney Town!

Live music

Jay Chou Carnival World Tour

Giants Stadium, Edwin Flack Ave, Sydney Olympic Park  

Saturday 14 March 2020, Jay Chou, Asia’s undisputed Pop King will be returning to Sydney for his 8th World Tour! The Carnival Tour will be Jay’s first outdoor stadium tour in Australia, and he’ll be rocking 20 years’ worth of his hit music – plenty of tracks to choose from when you’ve got 14 studio albums to leverage from!

Tickets have already sold-out for Jay’s Sydney show, but to track announcements of any additional ticket releases or shows, click HERE!


War Horse the Musical

Lyric Theatre, 55 Pirrama Road, Pyrmont NSW

Sunday 8 March 2020, book your tickets to see the internationally acclaimed production of War Horse! See a stage of war horses come to life by the way of puppetry, War Horse is a story of courage and friendship between a young boy and his horse Joey set in the back-drop of the First World War. With 20 puppet horses stamping their feet, heavy breathing, and tossing their heads, with stirring music and songs, be moved by this impactful story and production! For blind or vision impaired audience members, the Sunday 8 March show will include the feature of audio describe – when booking your tickets mention the need for audio describe to reserve your audio describe receiver.

For more details and to book your tickets, click HERE!

Classical/Contemporary Music

Barber and Poulenc Cocktail Hour

Utzon room, Sydney Opera House, Bennelong Point Sydney NSW  

Friday 27 March – Saturday 28 March 2020, is the Sydney Symphony Orchestra’s woodwind section’s chance to shine in ‘Barber and Poulenc Cocktail Hour’, featuring only woodwind instruments! The performance will include Australian master Paul Stanhope’s oboe trio; Francis Poulenc’s duo sonata for bassoon and clarinet; Samuel Barber’s Summer Music for wind quintet; and a folk sounding performance of György Ligeti’s Bagatelles. So if you appreciate the playfulness of the flute, clarinet, oboe, and bassoon, check this unique concert out!

For more details and tickets, click HERE!


Twilight at Taronga- Comedy Gala

Taronga Zoo Sydney, Bradleys Head Road, Mosman NSW

Saturday 7 March 2020, rounding out the Twilight at Taronga season, the Zoo’s stage will play host to a comedy gala night featuring Aussie’s Kitty Flanagan, Luke McGregor, The Stevenson Experience, and international comic Randy! One ticket buys you 2 hours of laughs at a unique venue, from 5 comedians at the top of their comedic powers!

For more details and to purchase tickets, click HERE!    

Community Theatre

Singin’ in the Rain- Rockdale Musical Society

Rockdale Town Hall, 448 Princess Highway, Rockdale NSW  

Friday 6 March – Saturday 14 March 2020, recently we haven’t had much to sing about in terms of rain in Sydney, but the show must go on! So check out the Rockdale Musical Society’s performance of the classical musical ‘Singin’ in the Rain’! Watch and hear the transitional days when silent film actors were ushered into the technologically advanced days of 1927 when talking films came to Hollywood! Come out and support your local talent, here at Four Senses- Touch Smell Taste Sound, we love supporting Community Theatres!

For more details and to purchase tickets, click HERE!

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