Sydney party people, your day in the sun is upon you – Randwick Racecourse is going to be a hive of action this Saturday as tens of thousands of partygoers descend on the venue for the sold-out Future Music Festival!
Following his stint in hospital last weekend, which caused him to miss the festival in Perth and Brisbane, Avicii is going to be ready to rumble and send the crowd bonkers as the Future Music headliner this weekend. Rita Ora is also expected to recover from the throat infection that sidelined her at the Perth event.
Other acts sure to be crowd favourites are veteran UK rockers The Stone Roses and The Prodigy, Dizzee Rascal, and Bloc Party. And of course, let’s not forget PSY, who will make everyone get their horse dance on when he piles out Gangnam Style in the late arvo.
Music Feeds has put together all the info you need to make sure you get to the festival safely and have a killer day out. The timetable and map are at the bottom of the page, while public transport info is located right below that. For all other questions, hit up the Sydney page on the Future Music Festival’s official website.
PUBLIC TRANSPORT INFORMATION:
All tickets to Future Music Festival at Randwick Racecourse include entry and travel on CityRail trains, regular Sydney Buses (STA), Liverpool-Parramatta T-way buses and Sydney Ferries services. It also includes a free shuttle bus service to and from Central Station.
The free shuttle bus services for ticket holders will depart from Chalmers Street at Central Station to the venue between 11am and 5pm. After the event, return services will depart from High Street Gate and ATC Randwick Bus Plaza from 7.45pm to 11.30pm.
Sydney Ferries is operating to a regular weekend timetable. Due to the low tides in the upper Parramatta River, some ferry services will be replaced by buses between Parramatta and Rydalmere in the afternoon. Plan your trip via the 131 500 journey planner.
Trains are operating to a normal weekend timetable. The best way to get to Future Music Festival via Train is to catch a train to Central Station, and then use the free shuttle bus service. To plan your trip check out the timetables on the CityRail website.
Trackworks are happening in several areas, which may lead to some disruptions and alternative transport arrangements on your line. Planned changes to the train services include::
Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line: buses replace trains between Bondi Junction and Central.
South Line: buses replace trains between Macarthur and Liverpool.
Airport & East Hills Line: buses replace trains between Macarthur and Kingsgrove.
South Coast Line: trains start and terminate at Central (platforms 4-15) due to trackwork on Eastern Suburbs & Illawarra Line.
Southern Highlands Line: buses replace trains between Goulburn, Campbelltown and Liverpool.
Sydney Buses is operating to a regular timetable with extra services to Coogee, Maroubra Junction and Bondi Junction to take punters home after the festival. Additional services are running on the L90 bus between Lee Street, Central Station and Mona Vale before and after the event.
Route 247 is also running extra services to Spit Junction from Lee Street, Central Station after the festival.
To find the best way to get to the festival from your location, use the 131 500 Trip Planner.
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