NYE In The Park

Saturday 31 December 2022

Overview

NYE In The Park is back! Get ready to start 2023 with a bang at Sydney's most iconic NYE festival! Fire up those group chats and prepare to ring in the new year with one hell of a party! Featuring;…

NYE In The Park is back!

Get ready to start 2023 with a bang at Sydney's most iconic NYE festival! Fire up those group chats and prepare to ring in the new year with one hell of a party!

Featuring; Flight Facilities, Lime Cordiale, Cut Copy, Rico Nasty, San Cisco, Crazy P, and of course your fabulous hosts, The Poof Doof Drag Jamboree! More to be announced!

Sydney’s only NYE festival returns to Camperdown’s Victoria Park, Gadigal Country, with a massive line up set to carry you through to the New Year!

NYE In The Park is nestled amongst the lush gardens of Victoria Park and backlit by Sydney’s picturesque skyline. Just a 10 minute walk from Central Station or Redfern train station, NYE In The Park gives you all you need for a fuss free, quality-filled and atmospheric experience to ring in the New Year and dance away your 2022!

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