The Sydney Morning Herald Spectrum Now Festival presented by ANZ is now finished for 2016. Check out the pics here!

From 1-16 March, Sydneysiders immersed themselves in a vibrant program of unique collaborations in art, music, stage and talks across multiple venues city-wide.

The Domain, the heart of the festival, was be transformed into a vintage circus fairground from 3-13 March, hosting a ticketed Big Top full of local and international music and comedy acts, lots of free entertainment, a KidZone and a delicious selection of food and drinks served up by some of Sydney’s hottest restaurants and bars.

The all-star lineup included Birds of Tokyo, Missy Higgins, Something For Kate, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Rockwiz Live and more. We can’t wait to show you what the next festival has in store…


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The Spectrum Now Festival will run across Sydney from 1-16 March, with events in The Domain from 3-13 March.

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