4:00pm - 9:15pm
Parramatta will farewell 2017 at the stunning grounds of the World Heritage-listed Parramatta Park.
11:00am - 11:00pm
FOMO is an affordable one-day, one-stage festival that is fast becoming one of Australia’s most loved events on the summer calendar. 2018 will see RL Grime, SZA, ZHU, Kite String Tangle and Nina Las Vegas take to the stage for a day that won't be forgotten.
6:00pm - 10:00pm, The Crescent, Parramatta Park
One of the most well-loved Sydney Festival events returns to Parramatta. It’s the perfect evening for families and friends to pack a hamper, grab a blanket, and settle back in a Sydney summer dusk to enjoy beautiful music.
6:00am - 9:00pm, Parramatta Park
The City of Parramatta will host a massive 15-hour Australia Day celebration featuring non-stop entertainment, live music and family-friendly fun.
8:00pm - 10:00pm, The Crescent, Parramatta Park
One of the biggest names in rap, 50 Cent returns to Australia in 2018 for a massive show in Parramatta Park celebrating the 15th anniversary of his seminal album ‘Get Rich Or Die Trying’. It's his only show in Sydney so don't miss out!
3:00pm - 9:00pm, The Crescent, Parramatta Park
The world’s largest short film festival, Tropfest, returns for a week of celebrations in late February with the Tropfest ‘main event’ set to take place on Saturday 24 February 2018 in the gorgeous Parramatta Park.
The Crescent is a spectacular outdoor amphitheatre in the beautiful World Heritage-listed Parramatta Park.
Partnering with major Australian and International leading music and cultural events, The Crescent Summer Series will bring a diverse and exciting program to a whole range of audiences, from December 2017 through March 2018.
Delivering atmosphere, intimacy and unforgettable experiences in a unique and accessible location within the heart of the rapidly growing City of Parramatta, the Crescent is the perfect place to see and hear the stars.
The Crescent is by the Parramatta river, in Parramatta Park.
Parramatta Park is an easy walk from Parramatta and Westmead railway stations or the Rivercat terminal.
If coming by public transport, plan your trip via Transport NSW's Trip Planner.
The Park is always open to pedestrians and is fully wheelchair accessible.
If on foot, the best entry points are through the George Street gate to the east and Park Avenue to the west.
Parramatta Park may have changed traffic conditions for an event and be closed to vehicles. If driving, check the Parramatta City Council website for the nearest parking stations.
For more information on how to get to the park, please visit our website
Want to make a weekend of it? Our preferred Accommodation Partner is Skye Hotel Suites Parramatta - a new luxury boutique hotel perfectly situated in the heart of Parramatta CBD (30 Hunter Street) and offering opulent guest facilities and unforgettable experiences. Find out more.