Opera Performance Tickets at the Sydney Opera House
- Experience an opera performance at the iconic Sydney Opera House
- Choose your preferred opera and night, and book your tickets online in advance
- See the world's favorite operas from composers such as Puccini, Rossini and Mozart
The season features some of the world’s favorite operas from composers such as Puccini, Verdi and Bizet. No matter what sort of entertainment you're in the mood for, there's always an opera to fit the bill.
Typically, performances start at 07:30 PM and run for 2-3 hours, with an interval or 2 for you to enjoy a drink at the bar and enjoy the harbor view.
All performances have full English subtitles projected on a screen above the stage. Performances of Aida will also have simplified Chinese subtitles.
June 25, 27
July 1, 4, 6, 9, 11, 15, 18, 21, 24, 28, 31
August 3, 5, 8, 10
July 4, 8, 11, 13, 16
July 14, 18, 23, 30
August 1, 7
July 25, 27, 29
August 1, 4, 6, 8
The Light in the Piazza
August 14, 15, 17, 18, 20, 21, 22
Northern Foyer pop-up bar
Head up the stairs at the Joan Sutherland Theater to enjoy the pop-up bar with an unbeatable view of the harbor, exclusive to opera-goers.
Sydney Opera House
A range of eateries for all price types, including Bennelong and the Opera Kitchen.
- Ticket to an opera performance at Sydney Opera House
- Meals and beverages
Prepare for the activity
Tickets will be available at the Sydney Opera House Box Office one hour before the performance, under the same name as your GetYourGuide Booking. Performance is in the Joan Sutherland Theatre. Getting there: Many buses, trains and all ferries stop at Circular Quay. It is then a 10-minute walk to the Sydney Opera House. You can plan your trip with Transport NSW. Taxis can drop you off near the roundabout at the end of Macquarie Street.Open in Google Maps ⟶
- Passport or ID card
- Driver's license
• Please bring and present a photo ID bearing the name used for booking to collect your tickets at the box office. Printing or presenting this voucher will not be required.
• While it is fun to dress up for the opera, there is no mandatory dress code. An extra layer is advised because it can get cold in the theater.
• Guests are recommended to arrive early to avoid rushing. Ushers will close the doors at show time and may not allow latecomers in until there is a suitable pause in the performance.