Seymour Nights at Sydney Festival
There are live bands and DJs performing Thursdays through Sundays, a bar serving up frosty drinks, food trucks to assuage your deepest hungers and sparkly festoon lighting to give the whole place a festive cheer.
Agape Organic food truck will be posted up in the Courtyard from 12 January, serving up their organic beef nachos and chile fries, ancient grain rice bowls, fried chicken flatbread and rice bowl, crispy fried cauliflower and crispy soft fish tacos.
There’ll also be an outdoor bar serving frosty Hawke's Brewing beers and Mode craft seltzers plus outdoor games such as giant chess, jenga and table tennis to keep your hands occupied when you’re not eating or drinking.
Playing live, the free dusk Courtyard sessions at Sydney Festival champion local artists and new sounds, from some of the most vibrant emerging voices and ensembles in current Australian music, featuring…
Saturday 14 January
Marrickville based record label Heartsville Music Group ‘Takeover’ the Courtyard with country/roots rocker Harry Foxton; bluegrass & country electric guitarist Zane Banks; and honkytonk duo The Banks Brothers.
Thursday 19 January
FBi mainstay and carouser about town Jack Shit mans the decks.
Saturday 21 January
ARIA-award winning singer, songwriter, pianist, accordion player and member of All Our Exes Live in Texas, Elana Stone of the incomparable voice brings her band to the Courtyard supported by the singular “Underwater Post Apocalyptic Indie” sounds of Butternut Sweetheart.
Sunday 22 January
Jack Shit is back to sign things off on the last night of Seymour Nights at Sydney Festival.
SEYMOUR NIGHTS AT SYDNEY FESTIVAL
5 - 22 January
Seymour Centre Courtyard
Free, no registration required
Inside the Seymour Centre you can catch devastating, five-star theatre show Girls & Boys (5-15 January); acrobatic comedy romp with pumping 90s bangers Werk It (12-22 January); delightful family-friendly puppetry show The Insect Circus (17-22 January); and masterpiece of physical comedy, clowning and hilarious ideas, The Artist (18-22 January).
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