ACCOR STADIUM’S SUMMER LINE-UP GETS MORE ‘JUICY’ AS HIP-HOP AND R&B FESTIVAL JOINS BUMPER CONCERT SEASON
Monday 19 September 2022 12:00am
Confirmation that Australia’s leading Hip-Hop and R&B festival Juicy Fest is coming to Accor Stadium in January adds to a stellar season of live concerts and world-class entertainment at Sydney’s home of major events.
No sooner will the NRL Grand Final bring a memorable Finals series to a close on Sunday 2 October, a stunning line-up of entertainment events will begin rolling into Sydney Olympic Park.
Featuring 90s and 2000s icons like Nelly, Ja Rule and Ne-Yo, Juicy Fest will take over the Northern Bowl at Accor Stadium on Saturday 14 January 2023 and pump out classics like Grillz, Thug Lovin’ and So Sick.
It adds another element to the stacked concert and event season, and fans won’t have to wait long for it to get underway.
The Summer of Entertainment includes:
- Monster Jam - Saturday 8 October; tickets here
- Guns ‘N Roses – Sunday 20 November; tickets here
- Juicy Fest. Featuring Nelly, Ja Rule and Ne-Yo – Saturday 14 January 2023; tickets here
- Red Hot Chili Peppers and Post Malone – Thursday 2 February 2023; tickets here
- Ed Sheeran – 24 and 25 February 2023; tickets here
- Harry Styles – 2 and 3 March 2023; tickets here
A week after the NRL Grand Final, Accor Stadium will transform into a larger-than-life racetrack and stunt arena for Monster Jam on 8 October.
The biggest show in town, Monster Jam will thrill kids and adults alike with white-knuckle freestyle and racing action, including a Pit Party before the main show.
Next up, Accor Stadium will herald the return of classic rock to Sydney’s shores with rock legends Guns ‘N Roses visiting for one show only on 27 November.
Fast forward to 14 January, and Hip-Hop and R&B will take over with a star-studded line-up as part of Juicy Fest.
Just weeks later, Red Hot Chili Peppers with Post Malone will have the Stadium rocking on 2 February, continuing on the Sydney summer party vibes.
The international superstar acts don’t stop there, with Ed Sheeran set to wow Sydney crowds over two nights, 24 and 25 February, as part of his +–=÷x Tour.
Less than a week later, and Accor Stadium will become Harry’s House, when Harry Styles touches down to perform two shows in front of his adoring fans on 3 and 4 March.
The best way to get access to all these events and more is with Accor Stadium Membership; click here to find out more.
Want to elevate your experience for any of these events? Check out our official hospitality packages here.