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2021 Festival Program Announced!

It is with giant smiles and full hearts that we announce the Bondi Festival 2021 program. We are thrilled to finally share what we’ve got in store for you, your friends and your family. With over 30 shows from some of our favourite artists and an exciting new Festival precinct, look closer to discover what we’ve got in store for you this winter. Watch our video below to get a taste of what’s in store.


Festival Directors Rachel Chant & Phil Spencer encourage you to pour yourself a cup of tea and take a proper look through our 2021 program, but don’t wait too long to book – with tickets starting from as little as $17, and our bespoke Wayside Festival Performance Hub housing an intimate capacity of 40, tickets will sell out!

Our fabulous First Nations Music Programmer Troy Russell has invited a handful of Sydney’s finest musicians to the party including blues sensation Marlene Cummins, indie-pop outfit Pirra, folk storytellers GiiMusic and Wiradjuri and Gadigal singer-songwriter Akala.


We have all sorts of family fun on offer, from ice-skating and ferris-wheeling to role-playing with Werewolves, getting your steps up with Guru Dudu’s Silent Disco Walking Tours, learning about Aboriginal culture with Dharawal language and boomerang painting workshops, and checking out award-winning circus and singing vegetables.


Bondi Festival is a COVID-safe event and our safety measures include:

  • Capacity limits in line with NSW Public Health Orders
  • Increased cleaning and hygiene measures
  • Check-in required for all visitors
  • Visitors are encouraged to wear masks, maintain social distancing, and practice good hand hygiene.

We cannot wait to see you down by the beach this winter!

Catch you soon,
The Bondi Festival Team

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    Bondi Festival acknowledges the Bidjigal, Birrabirragal and Gadigal people, who traditionally occupied the Sydney Coast, and we pay respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders both past and present.