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Accor Stadium

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  • Sydney Olympic Park
Accor Stadium in Sydney Olympic Park
Photograph: AusStadiums

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You may know it as Stadium Australia or Olympic Stadium. This 80,000 seater biggie was built in 1999 just in time for the "best ever Olympics" and has gone through many name changes and rebuilds since. These days it's the scene of NRL, soccer, AFL, cricket and large-scale concert spectaculars. 


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Taylor Swift

  • Pop

UPDATE: In the early hours of Thursday June 29, Taylor Swift announced two additional Australian dates for her The Eras Tour, due to "historically unprecedented demand". The bonus Sydney show will take place on Monday, February 26, 2024 at Accor Stadium (woot!) – while the extra Melbourne show will be on Sunday, February 18, 2024, at the MCG. This will be the first time an artist has performed four shows on one tour at Accor Stadium. Tickets for this additional Sydney show will go on sale this Friday, June 30, 2023, along with the scheduled general release of tickets for the previously announced shows. Stop whatever you're doing and log on here at 10am sharp on Friday.  Read on for our original news about Taylor's The Eras Tour, and to find out more. ***** We’ve been anticipating a visit from Tay Tay for a while now, ever since she kicked off a tour in the US in March – so news overnight that Taylor Swift is coming to Australia is shake shake shaking up the internet. And we’re happily shook that she has three concert dates in Sydney alone. Taylor Swift announced her The Eras Tour concert dates on Instagram, writing, “EXCUSE ME HI I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY 🙋‍♀️”, along with a graphic outlining 38 international tour locations and dates, which also include two nights in Melbourne. While Frontier Touring confirmed the news on Twitter, writing: “We’re enchanted to announce Taylor Swift is returning to Australia.” We answer all your pressing questions, as swiftly as possible. When i


  • Rock and indie

Due to huge demand, Coldplay has announced two additional shows for the Sydney leg of their upcoming tour. In November 2024, the global superstars will take over Sydney’s Accor Stadium for four spectacular shows – complete with power-generating kinetic floors, solar-powered glow sticks, and support from British alt-pop princess PinkPantheress and X Factor’s Emmanuel Kelly. The Music of the Spheres tour kicked off in Costa Rica in March 2022, and has taken the global superstars across the world in a series of sell-out shows. After releasing details for their second Antipodean leg just days after their sell-out shows in Western Australia, the British alternative soft rockers almost immediately added a bunch more dates to meet the needs of eager Australian fans. In-keeping with the ethos of the tour – which aims to achieve net zero through the use of green technology and renewable energy – each ticket holder for Coldplay’s Sydney shows will be responsible for the planting of a tree as part of their carbon offset measures. If the sustainable ethos and the promise of belting out 'Yellow' at the top of your lungs wasn’t enough to get you over the line – the critical acclaim might be. The Music of the Spheres won Tour of The Year at the 2023 iHeartRadio Awards, and the band was voted as the Favourite Touring Artist in the 2022 AMAs.Coldplay will be performing at Sydney's Accor Stadium on November 6, 7, 9 and 10 in 2024. Though general release tickets have sold out, you can register

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