Step into the Sydney Opera House's magnificent Concert Hall to watch the Opera Gala concert of popular arias by Verdi, Puccini, and Rossini, with Sydney's New Year's Eve fireworks at interval.
New Year's Eve at the Sydney Opera House
New Year's Eve is the night when Sydney puts on the bling, kicks up its heels and shows the world what a gorgeous thing it is, as a festival of fire explodes across the midnight sky.
Ringside seats to the greatest show on earth are hard to come by, but we've saved some great ones, and you're invited.
Leave the crowds behind as you enter the Sydney Opera House.
Be entertained at the Opera Gala, featuring favourites by Verdi, Puccini, Rossini and more.
Then, with a heart full of song, watch the fireworks the whole world watches. Interval is timed for the 9pm fireworks and the Sydney Opera House stays open well past the midnight fireworks.
There’s nowhere in the world like Sydney on New Year's Eve and there's nowhere closer to the action than Sydney Opera House. Make this your most glamorous and memorable New Year ever.
The best New Year's Eve in the world
New Year's Eve at Sydney Opera House
Add pre-performance dinner and/or the Midnight Party when you book your tickets for The Opera Gala on New Year's Eve.
Pre-Performance Dinner (5.30pm)
The Northern Foyers of the Concert Hall and the Joan Sutherland Theatre will open for pre-performance dinner patrons at 5pm. Dinner commences at 5.30pm.
The foyers of the Concert Hall will be open from 6pm.
The Opera Gala (7.45pm)
The performance commences at 7.45pm and runs until 10.30pm, with interval timed for the 9pm fireworks.
Midnight Party (10:30pm)
The party commences immediately after the performance in the Northern Foyer of the Concert Hall and finishes at approximately 1:30am.
The interval has been specifically timed to conincide with the 9pm fireworks. Ticket holders will have the opportunity to access exclusive viewing areas which take in all aspects of the world famous Sydney Harbour fireworks display.
All foyer bars will be operational at interval.
If you are not attending the Mightnight Party, you will be able to watch the fireworks from the Southern foyers of the Sydney Opera House. Theatre bars will be open and a range of beverages as well as hot and cold foods will be available for purchase.
Northern Foyer balconies
Please be aware that this event is very popular, so the balconies will be crowded during the fireworks.