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Jay Chou Carnival World Tour

Saturday 2 March


This event is now SOLD OUT.

Fans, mark your calendars now and re-unite with King of Mandopop, Jay Chou who will be returning to Australia in March 2024 to resume his electrifying Jay Chou Carnival World Tour!

During his last sold-out Sydney stop, Jay Chou enthralled his die-hard fans and thrilled them with his stage performance and timeless songs. Against the backdrop of a riveting night at the Giant’s Stadium, with his audience waving their lightsticks in a sea of pink and excited unison, his last concert here ended on a super high with fans wanting more.

Jay Chou has a huge influence on the global music scene. In 2022, he ranked No. 9 on the IFPI Global Top 10 Artiste List and also won the top spot in the IFPI Global Top 10 Album Sales List. His album "The Greatest Works" even set a record for a Chinese-language album on this list! The record is the pride and representative of the Chinese music scene. In addition to Jay Chou's brilliant achievements in the music field, he is also accomplished in the film industry. From solo performance to directing, his film works have been acclaimed, showing the unique charm of his multi-disciplinary talents.

During his last concert in Sydney, Jay Chou received a great audience reception and promised to return. Return he will and this time and Jay Chou will be staging his concert in not just Sydney but also in Melbourne for the first time!

Led by the multi-hyphenate and his team, the Jay Chou Carnival World Tour 2024 will dive into a joyful carnival theme with well-designed visual effects that will allow fans to embark on an auditory and visual fantasy journey. The megastar will perform up to 40 songs, including his well-loved classic hits and new songs. Jay Chou will also be showcasing his talent on the piano, guzheng and other instruments!

Get ready to immerse yourself in this sensational concert and join Jay Chou live in Australia!

Saturday 2 March
GIANTS Stadium

Getting to Sydney Showground

Sydney Olympic Park is easily approached by road, with the M4, Victoria Road and Parramatta Road in close proximity.

Free parking
For short visits there are 2-hour free-parking spaces located on Grand Parade, Olympic Boulevard and Dawn Fraser Avenue.

Casual parking
Sydney Olympic Park has over 10,000 parking spaces site-wide. Carparks P1, P5 and P6 are in close proximity to Sydney Showground. Costs: $7 per hour, up to a maximum fee of $35 per day.

We recommend you pre-book parking if you plan to visit Sydney Showground on the day of a major event. Cost is $35 per car for the day. This cost is for one entry and exit into your selected car park.

Conveniently serviced by bus, train and ferry services, the site was purpose built for the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games and has been designed to cope effortlessly with high volumes of visitors.

By train
Olympic Park train station is on Sydney Showground's doorstep. The Sprint service, operated by CityRail, travels between Lidcombe and Olympic Park Stations daily, every 10 minutes.

A limited number of direct services also operate between Central Station and Olympic Park Station on weekday afternoons and for some major events. To plan your trip and get the latest travel information visit

By bus
Sydney Buses operate direct bus services to Sydney Olympic Park from a number of locations including Lidcombe, Strathfield and Parramatta.
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By ferry
Sydney Ferries run a daily service between Circular Quay and Parramatta stopping at Sydney Olympic Park Ferry Wharf. To travel to Sydney Showground, visitors must also catch a connecting bus.
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Sydney Airport is approximately 20km from Sydney Olympic Park and is easily accessible by all modes of transport.

With the opening of the new M4 to M8 WestConnex tunnel, travel times from
Sydney Airport to Sydney Showground have been reduced by 11 minutes with
journey times from 20 minutes.

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There is an array of easily accessible public transport options to Sydney Olympic Park but it's just as easy to drive to the venue.

With the new M4 tunnel between Sydney Olympic Park/ Homebush to Haberfield now open, up to 20 minutes can be slashed off a trip from the Sydney CBD to Sydney Olympic Park. From bypassing 22 sets of traffic lights, getting to Olympic Park has never been easier!


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