Sydney Rock 'n' Roll & Alternative Market Support Concert

For 6 ½ years, Sydney Rock ‘n’ Roll & Alternative Market has brought Sydney a mini music festival every two months, with a vast selection of amazing and carefully curated stalls and an all-day entertainment line-up of interstate and local bands, fantastic DJs and occasional international bands - offering serious bang for your buck each and every time. Hit with some very trying weather conditions over the last nine months we have decided to bring you an almighty concert rather than fold under the climate change pressure. This concert is brought to you with the generous support of many bands and DJs and some of our outstanding stallholders who are aiding us to put on this one-off amazing show.  

On April 2, 2017, we are holding a massive concert at The Factory Theatre, Marrickville in place of our normal event.

On Stage 1: The Allniters, The Detonators, Pat Capocci, Wes Pudsey & the Sonic Aces, The Drey Rollan Band with special guests from the Cruisin’ Deuces, the Swing to it Sydney performance team, DJs Rockin Marc Rondeau, Limpin’ Jimmy & the Swingin Kitten and Rod Almighty with MCs Limpin’ Jimmy and Wolfman Dan. Plus very special mystery band “Shirl Haggard & the Breville Dodgers”.

On Stage 2:- Black Heart Breakers, Flipped Out Kicks, The OzSkas, The Soul Movers plus DJs The Crimplenes and Solid Gold Hell DJs.
Sunday Dub Club DJs play their away game in the courtyard.

With entry just $25 presale (plus booking fee), it’s unmissable. Book Now!

Some of our stallholders will be setting up shop too please show them your generous support.  

Sydney Rock ‘n’ Roll & Alternative Market is a micro business, run without the backing or support of a conglomerate or sponsor,  that provides an important platform for our fabulous stallholders - who rely on our event for a large proportion of their annual sales - and for many bands and DJs. With more than 50% of the Market indoors, we have always traded rain, hail or shine. Whilst we traded on the day of one of Sydney’s worst storms on record in June and our stallholders, performers and some very dedicated patrons battled hell and very high water to get to us, recovery from that fateful day has been hard. Rain in September and the heatwave in February also took their toll. This concert will help us weather the storm so we can continue to bring you the market.

Tickets On Sale Now through the Factory Theatre

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