We’re very sad to announce that due to the ongoing Covid-19 situation in NSW and border closures, we’ve had to make the difficult decision to cancel Winter in the Domain.

We tried our best and worked with the NSW Government and Royal Botanic Garden Sydney to confirm new dates but the health and safety of patrons, crew, suppliers, artists and staff is most important and there’s no certainty as to when that could be assured.

Once again, thank you for your patience. We will continue to work to bring you more live music events in the future.

If you have validated a NSW Discover voucher, our team will be in contact with you via email used to purchase.

Due to the number of cancellations, our refund process is taking slightly longer than usual. You don’t need to do anything; all ticket(s) will be automatically refunded back to your credit card/PayPal account and Moshtix will let you know when this has been done. It can take up to 3-5 business days for the funds to return to your account. If your card details have changed, please wait for Moshtix to contact you directly regarding this.

If you’re unable to see the refund in your account after 5 business days, please contact your financial institution before contacting Moshtix.

Please understand that given the extraordinary circumstances, the Moshtix Fan Support teams are incredibly busy at the moment, so we encourage you not to contact us. Instead, you can find lots of information and answers to your questions in our information portal at tixsupport.moshtix.com.au.


Join us to celebrate NAIDOC week witan all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander line-up encompassing some of the most inspiring and influential voices in music. 

 Thelma Plum is a compelling singer-songwriter with Triple J Unearthed, NIMA and DEADLY wins under her belt. Her courageous album ‘Better In Blak challenged themes of sexism and racism in an eloquent and heartening way, connecting with audiences across Australia. 

Baker Boy creatively showcases cultural elements, rapping in his native tongue Yolngu Matha as well as English, adding Arnhem Land instrumentals including the digeridoo and modernising important anthems such as Yothu Yindi’s ‘Treaty’. 

 Miiesha blends the best of spoken word poetry, gospel and soul to create an inimitable stage presenceThe ARIA award winning artist organically connects with her audience as she sings of her emotional lived experiences and community. 

 Make way for an undeniable performance of blak magic, this is a night not to be missed. 


6pm – 10pm
Friday 9 July


The Domain, Sydney