NOTICE OF CHANGED TRAFFIC CONDITIONS: Please note, Parramatta Park will a pedestrian zone for Australia Day 2018 event. The Park will be car and cycle free from 1pm on Thursday 25 January to 2am on Saturday 27 January. There will be no parking inside the Park from 1pm on Thursday. We encourage the use of public transport. Access will reopen to vehicles on Saturday 27 January 2018 at 6am. Thank you - PPT

NOTICE OF TOTAL FIRE BAN: The NSW Rural Fire Service (RFS) has issued a statewide TOTAL FIRE BAN for today Monday 22 January 2018. This means no fires out in the open and all fire permits are suspended. Please report any fires quickly to 000. Visit http://www.rfs.nsw.gov.au/fire-information/fdr-and-tobans/total-fire-ban-rules to find out more.

Parramatta Park

FOMO

Saturday January 13

FOMO is an affordable one-day, one-stage festival that is fast becoming one of Australia’s most loved events on the summer calendar.

This year, Montreal's Kaytranada, alternative hip-hop giant Post Malone, Jersey native & rising star SZA and Tourist make up FOMO’s carefully curated 2018 line-up. Playing alongside them will be Californian phenomenon RL Grime, enigmatic, Grammy nominated ZHU, Mad Decent and OWSLA favourite Drezo and boundary-pushing, London-based production duo Stooki Sound. The local rota of artists include electronic pop legend The Kite String Tangle, NLV Records boss and Australian music champion Nina Las Vegas, Sweat It Out signee Dena Amy as well as a handful of lucky triple j Unearthed winners soon to be announced. FOMO Eats will return to deliver a divine offering of locally sourced produce and beverages, from some of Sydney's greatest makers.

Gates open 11am. For more event information, see the FOMO FAQs on their website.

Please note, Parramatta Park will be a pedestrian only zone on Saturday 13 January 2018. There will be no parking inside the Park.

We encourage visitors to use public transport. For more information about other nearby parking in Parramatta, check the Parramatta City Council website or go to the NSW Transport website to plan your trip on public transport. The closest train stations are Westmead (200m walk down Railway Pde) or Parramatta (500m).

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