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Live music on three floating stages around Sydney Harbour
This year's Australia Day looks set to be one of the biggest ever, with a huge concert series planned for Sydney Harbour. Over the course of the day, three floating stages, located at Blues Point, Darling Harbour and Athol Bay, will host performances from some of Australia's most popular artists.
The first concert in the series take place at 1.00pm at Blues Point and will run for 90 minutes. There will then be a performance by Taylor Henderson over at Athol Bay as part of the inaugural Tinnie Muster, with as many as 400 vessels set to fill the bay for the event.
Cockle Bay will host the last concert in the Harbour Concert Series, from 6.00pm to 6.45pm, when Mahalia Barnes and Prinnie Stevens perform as part of the renowned Darling Harbour Australia Day Spectacular.
As you may have noticed, these harbour concerts are just part of of fun planned for Sydney Harbour on Australia Day. In fact, fourteen hours of events will be taking place, and if you would like more details on the rest of the action planned, both out on the water and around the rest of Sydney, you will find it all on the Australia Day website.