Sydney Music Events - April - June

Music Events Sydney Apr – June

Sydney is a mecca for touring music stars to come and play at the many venues all over the city. It is one of the great music cities in Australia where every night of the week live music can be heard from the many venues, bars and clubs.

In this blog we look at some of the big music attractions coming to Sydney in the next few months, and if you are thinking of heading to any of them then why don’t you contact Sydney Executive Coach Charter who are the number one bus hire and coach charter company in Sydney. We can transport you and your group to any venue and take you on to an after show party wherever you want to go.

Lana Del Ray

April 2nd – Qudos Bank Arena

The long awaited return of Lana Del Ray to Sydney, five years after her last appearance. This indi-pop singer came to the world’s attention with her debut single Video Games from her second studio album Born to Die. She became highly popular after numerous TV appearance such as Later with Jooles Holland, and Saturday Night Live.

Born to Die won many awards as did the artist herself such as the MTV Europe Music Award for Best Alternative Act. Lana Del Ray takes to the stage with a full band and is supported by newcomer Borns.


April 26th – Sydney Opera House

Stereophonics come to Sydney to rock the place after an absence of four years, the Wesh alternative rock band has been wowing audiences all over the world since their formation in 1992.

Their debut album Word Gets Around in 1997 was an instant smash hit and led to a sellout world tour. Since then the band have gone from strength to strength appearing regularly on TV, radio and music festivals.

The concert will feature new material and of course old favourites such as, Have a Nice Day, Handbags and Gladrags, and Step on my Old Size Nince.

Niall Horan

June 5th – Qudos Bank Arena

Famous for his band One Direction, competing as a solo competitor on the X Factor he was eliminated and joined four other singers that became the successful chart topping band.

In 2016 Horan became a solo artist once again and produced the album Flicker releasing the singles Slow Hands and This Town. His debut album charted number one in the USA and his home country Ireland.

Casey Barnes

June 9th – Qudos Bank Arena

Once again Casey Barnes performs in Sydney, hailing from the Gold Coast he came to fame in the 2009 season of Australian Idol. Since his first arrival Casey Barnes has been making waves across Australia in the country music field.

The Sydney concert Casey will be featuring many of his back catalogue hits including, Flesh & Bone, Valentine, Hard Times and Waiting on the Day. The concert will also feature new material and will be a sell out, so booking tickets early is the sound advice.

These great concerts are just some of the music that is coming to Sydney in the upcoming months, don’t forget to get your transport arranged from Sydney Executive Coach Charter.

Sydney Sporting Events - April - June

Sporting Events in Sydney – April – June 2018

Sport has always played a major part of Australian lives, and Sydney is a vehement advocate of this. Sydney has more sporting stadiums and activities than any other place in Australia.

Perhaps this is due to its spectacular location, perhaps because Sydneysiders love to watch and partake in all sports. In this blog we look at some of the best sporting events coming up in the coming months in Sydney.

If you are in a group and thinking of going to any of these great events why not travel by luxury bus or coach, contact Sydney Executive Coach Charter as we are one of the leading group transportation companies in Sydney and will transport you and your group hassle free and on time.

Intel Extreme Masters

Qudos Bank Arena 4th May

Australia’s biggest Esports event returns in 2018 for another global leg of the world tour. This year the competition will expand with sixteen teams will battle it out over three days from May 4th to 6th.

There is an incredible AUD$310,000 up for grabs as well as points towards the Intel Grand Slam which is a step nearer to the ultimate one million dollars prize.

True Grit

Sydney 1st & 2nd June

True Grit is a military inspired obstacle challenge designed in Australia. The course varies and is normally between ten to twelve kilometers long.

Only the fittest and strongest can negotiate over thirty tough obstacles that are spaced out on the natural terrain. True Grit is quite unique and tests the competitors both mentally as well as physically.

The founders of True Grit have served in fifteen military actions including Iraq, Afghanistan, and Timor-Leste. So the course is realistic and hard, based on tough military training.

Australia v Ireland

Allianz Stadium 23rd June

The Wallabies will host Ireland for an historic three test series of fantastic rugby. 2018 looks as though it will the final mid-year series in the current format.

In 2017 the Wallabies were in Ireland and the Irish ended their hunt for a Grand Slam in the second to last match on the tour. The Irish have not tasted victory since 1979 on Australian soil but this series is expected to be hotly competed as the two nations have been battling each other over current world rankings.

USA v Canada – 2018 Ice Hockey Classic

Qudos Bank Arena 30th June

The Ice Hockey Classic is back after three previous highly successful years, and 2018 will bring together two of the premier Ice Hockey nations to face off together. The teams will feature current league stars plus a smattering of giants from the past.

Canada has been victorious over the last three years and will not want to relinquish their throne easily. The USA travel down under to prove a point and that they are a force to be reckoned with.

These thrilling events are just some of the great sporting occasions that are happening in Sydney in the next few months. The advice is to book early should you wish to go and see them as all are bound to be sell out events.