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Greatest Southern Nights


Sat 5 Dec 2020, 6:30pm–11:30pm

Where: Qudos Bank Arena, Edwin Flack Avenue & Olympic Boulevard, Sydney Olympic Park, New South Wales

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Seated Tickets: $101.70
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Live music returns with the biggest indoor events held in Australia since March.

In fantastic news for fans of live music TEG Live and Live Nation have teamed up with the New South Wales Government to present The Greatest Southern Nights – two major COVID Safe concerts at Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena for more than 12,000 fans.

The concert on Saturday 28 November will be headlined by psychedelic surf rockers Ocean Alley, with special guests Jack River and Ruby Fields, together with Jack Botts. This concert will be proudly supported by the NSW Government through its tourism and major events agency Destination NSW and Dr Martens!

Ocean Alley have spent the past decade creating a unique lane for themselves as a proudly independent band, their vision and sound guided solely by their instinct and passion. The band debuted at #3 on the ARIA Album Chart with their ARIA-nominated third album Lonely Diamond (2020), garnering stellar reviews from the likes of NME Australia and Rolling Stone Australia. The album followed the success of 2018’s Chiaroscuro which propelled the band into national prominence with the double platinum-selling single ‘Confidence’ taking out #1 in triple j’s Hottest 100 of 2018.

Joining Ocean Alley for this very special evening will be Jack River and Ruby Fields.

As a climate ally, and a person of deep compassion for all, rising Australian star Jack River is gearing up to take on the world in 2020 with her new Stranger Heart EP. The EP dropped Valentine’s Day & follows up her 2018 debut LP Sugar Mountain that features the platinum single “Fool’s Gold” and earned 3 ARIA Nominations and an APRA Nomination.

Hailing from the suburbs of Sydney’s South Coast, Ruby Fields is an Australian singer-songwriter who creates narratives that people feel a close connection to. Her use of simplistic but poignant lyrics in her work has garnered the attention of the international music industry and fans alike. Ruby Fields has sold out multiple national tours, performed to 20,000 people at Splendour In The Grass in 2019, toured the UK, performed a coveted Like A Version for triple j, and has been courted by labels in the US.

With such a strong bill, an affordable ticket price and a city of five million people eager for the return of live music, this is sure to be a night to remember.

The Greatest Southern Nights concerts will be co-promoted by TEG Live and Live Nation, with support from the New South Wales Government, and is part of the Great Southern Nights initiative to kick-start the recovery of the live music, hospitality and tourism industries which have been so dramatically impacted by the pandemic.

This concert will be held with a commitment to a COVID Safe environment, with a reduced capacity of just over 6,000 in a venue that can normally hold around 21,000 fans. TEG Live and Live Nation will work closely with and comply with all requirements of the public health authorities in respect to these shows. While operating at reduced capacity, this event will mark the largest indoor music event held in Australia since the shutdown of the live entertainment industry in March, due to the pandemic.

The Greatest Southern Nights concerts are supported by the NSW Government’s tourism and major events agency Destination NSW and and are part of the Great Southern Nights program delivered in partnership with the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA). For more information go to