Australian Open Announces First Ever Music Festival Line-up |

Today, the first-ever AO Finals Festival is introduced. Music will take over on the last three days of the Australian Open, giving ticketholders a full experience of what Melbourne has to offer in terms of sporting and musical performances.

Leading the sixth edition of the Glam Slam presented by Ralph Lauren is Vanessa Amorosi, as well as Montaigne and Melbourne DJ Bertie. The Glam Slam is the world’s largest LGBTQI+ tennis event and attracts players from across the globe. 

Over on the Kia Stage on women’s final day, Benee will take to the stage alongside Thelma Plum, Winston Surfshirt and CC:DISCO!. Men’s final day and the last day of the Australian Open features Flight Facilities, brother-sister duo Lastlings, Forest Claudette and Willo.

Punters who have purchased a Rod Laver Arena ticket or ground pass on the three days of 27, 28, and 29 February can upgrade to enter Kia Arena for Finals Festival for an extra $5. Conversely, those interested in attending for music can purchase a Finals Festival ticket for $34 each session.

 “The Finals Festival will be an incredible way to wrap up what is shaping up as a spectacular AO23,” Australian Open Tournament Director Craig Tiley said. 

“It’s an exciting new initiative for the AO, which has always led the way with music and entertainment alongside the world-class tennis. The Finals Festival also gives us the opportunity to showcase our newest stadium, Kia Arena, in a unique new way.”

Untitled Group, the largest independent music promoter in Australia who has brought us Pitch Music & Arts, Grapevine Gathering, Wildlands, For The Love, Ability Fest and more events, have curated the line-up. 

Tickets for Finals Festival are on sale now – look here for more details. 


Friday, 27 Jan – Glam Slam presented by Ralph Lauren

Vanessa Amorosi



Saturday, 28 Jan – Women’s Finals


Thelma Plum

Winston Surfshirt


Sunday, 29 Jan – Men’s Finals

Flight Facilities


Forest Claudette


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