- Ticketing Enquiries
- Venue Info
- Entering The Festival
- Box Office Location and Hours
- Safety & Medical
- Youth Policy
- Contact us
- Festival Map
- Allowed & Banned Items
- Festival Dates and Hours
Information regarding all media accreditation is located here
No Passouts. Individual circumstance will be assessed on the night and are at the discretion of management (for example parents who are accompanying a child)
For any ticketing enquiries, please head to help.ticketmaster.com.au or alternatively you can contact via phone on 136 100.
Sydney City Limits takes place at the Brazilian Fields and Parade Grounds at Centennial Park. The luscious 189-hectare park is the emerald heart of Sydney, pulsing with gardens, lush lawns, ancient trees and charming duck ponds.
Opened in 1888, this green oasis was dubbed the ‘People’s Park’, designed so citizens could “take in the air” away from the town centre.
It’s certainly lived up to its title – over 100 years later, the park is visited over 20 million times a year and is a beloved hotspot for picnickers, tourists, sports-lovers, horse-riders, cyclists and families.
Located just five kilometres from the CBD, it offers a sweet escape from the city’s hustle and bustle. It’s a getaway that’s easy to get to, with no road trips, packing or time off required.
We acknowledge the Gadigal clan of the Eora Nation as the traditional custodians of the country on which the Parklands lies. Please respect your surroundings when attending Sydney City Limits.
Entering The Festival
Please review the Allowed & Prohibited items list for a stress-free entry process.
All bags will be searched before entry.
At any time during the entry process if you have questions, ask for assistance from Festival Staff located at the front gates.
Box Office Location and Hours
Stay tuned for information on Box Office Location and Hours. Check out all ticketing details here.
Safety & Medical
We make every effort to create a safe and secure environment on the Festival grounds. On-site security and emergency medical staff will be available at the festival. If you need any assistance, go to the medical tent, or look for a police officer or Festival staff member.
To ensure a proper level of security and safety for all attending Sydney City Limits, particularly those who are under 18, we have a Youth Policy in place which forms part of our Conditions of Entry for the event. This policy is in line with several other events around the country.
All minors aged 15 and under must be accompanied by a parent or responsible guardian ages 25 years or older at the Entry gates (or they may be refused entry) and at all times whilst at the festival.
Children aged 11 and under are admitted free and must be accompanied by a parent or guardian over the age of 25 at the Entry gates and at all times whilst at the festival. Those aged 12 or older must buy a ticket.
It is the responsibility of the parent/guardian to ensure that all youth patrons 15 and under accompanying them comply with instructions issued by festival staff. They must also follow any instructions contained in all permanent and temporary signage throughout the festival site.
Patrons under the age of 18 must not engage in any illegal or disruptive activities whilst on site. This includes underage drinking, use of illicit substances or any generally disruptive behaviour.
Any breach of these conditions may result in the eviction of the parent/guardian and all accompanying minors from the festival site.
If you are an adult planning to accompany any minors atSydney City Limits, please ask yourself the following questions if relevant to you:
1) Can I moderate my alcohol intake so that I can responsibly take care of any minors in my care? 2) Can I still enjoy Sydney City Limits with minors in tow? If you’ve answered ‘no’ to either question you might need to re-think whether you are the right person to be accompanying minors at Sydney City Limits festival.
Anyone who is considering being the nominated adult in such circumstances should consider this responsibility very carefully.
The festival may require adults and minors to sign an Accompanied Minor Form so that in the event of an incident we will have details on record.
For General information and enquiries:Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Sydney City Limits are ready before, after, and during the festival to answer any questions or concerns you might have. Please please be patience- we are receive a large number of enquiries and will endeavour to answer your questions as soon as we can.
Stay tuned for the Sydney City Limits Festival Map.
Allowed & Banned Items
Here at Sydney City Limits some basic common sense rules apply. This includes the requirement to ban some specific items so we can ensure general safety and punter comfort. The list is also in place to make sure we’re following the letter of the law. Here is a list of what you CAN & CAN’T bring into the festival.ALLOWED:
- Backpacks (Standard school sized. No frames or camping gear)
- Small cameras
- Sunscreen will be available around the festival
- BYO alcohol from home
- Aerosol containers (including sunscreen and personal beauty products)
- Professional cameras or recording devices
- Drones or any other remote flying device
- Totems, Flags, Banners
- Coolers of any kind (exceptions may be made for medical use)
- Glass and metal containers of any kind
- Fireworks, flares & sparklers (all strictly monitored)
- Illegal and Illicit substances of any kind
- Drugs or drug paraphernalia
- Umbrellas (use raincoat, poncho instead)
- Radios or walkie-talkies
- Pets. This does not include Service Animals or other animals that provide assistance to patrons with disabilities.
- Skateboards, scooters and bicycles inside the festival
- Tents, canopies, or shade structures of any kind
- Unauthorized/unlicensed vendors are not allowed. No unauthorized solicitation and materials including handbills, flyers, stickers, beach balls, give-aways, samples, etc.
- No Chairs of any kind
- No Inflatable furniture (rafts, chairs, etc.)
Festival Dates and Hours
Sydney City Limits takes place Saturday 24 February 2018 at Centennial Park. Gates open from 11am with a midday start for performances running until 10pm