Courtyard Sessions

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Courtyard Sessions at the Seymour Centre
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End the work week with free outdoor concerts from stars of our indie scene

Returning to the Seymour Centre is Courtyard Sessions, a series of free music performances held over the tail end of summer and the beginning of autumn.

The sessions are known for drawing a diverse line-up of performers from Sydney’s indie music scene. This year’s program features folk artist Anna Smyrk and ‘electronic dreampop’ singer SUIIX, plus Harley Mavis, Hollow States and Kid Heron. They’re also holding a number of Mardi Gras editions to celebrate the festival’s 40th anniversary, with concerts led by musicians representing the LGBTQIA community.

The relaxed, free, and family-friendly gigs are held in the leafy courtyard of the centre, and there’ll be a pop-up bar, vintage games and food available on the night.


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