Find out what’s coming up at Sidney Myer Music Bowl.
Each year when the weather warms up, the Bowl comes to life with the best live music and performances from around the world. Enjoy everything from huge headline acts, symphonic masterpieces, festivals and more in Melbourne’s largest outdoor performance space. Whether you’re dancing in the crowd, screaming for your favourite band or sharing a picnic on the lawn - join us for a remarkable experience under the stars this summer.
The Sidney Myer Music Bowl is a very versatile venue that can be configured in a lot of different ways however for a standard main stage the following options most likely will be available.
Stalls – The Stalls area is sold as a reserved seat area and is located under the canopy closest to stage. This area is very popular and usually sells very quickly.
Boxes/Balcony – The Boxes (or Balcony as it is sometimes known) is an area of reserved seats located above the stalls on the sides of the venue. This area offers a unique side view of the stage however is not often available as the view may be blocked by technical equipment or allocated to back of house guests. Seats in this area are very limited.
Terrace – The Terrace is a lawn area located up a small set of stairs directly behind the stalls and in front of the main lawn area. This area is not considered undercover. It is sometimes sold as a reserved seat area where small beach chairs are provided but increasingly it is sold as a general admission area that also allows access to the stalls facilities.
Lawn – The Lawn area is sold as a general admission area and is located behind the stalls and terrace area. It is not considered undercover. This is the largest area and is where the majority of ticket holders buy tickets. It has access to food trucks, toilets and bars.
Front General Admission – For some events the area directly in front of the stage (forward of the stalls reserved seats) is sold as a general admission area. Patrons who purchase these tickets get exclusive access to stand in the area but do not get a reserved seat. If this section is sold to patrons then the front two rows of reserved seats behind this area are sold as restricted view.