GEORGE MAPLE AT OPERA BAR
EVENT UPDATE: Unfortunately due to wet and windy weather conditions forecasted for Thursday, 5 November, we will be postponing this event and rescheduling for Wednesday, 11 November from 7pm to 9pm.
Anyone who has tickets or reservations for the 5 November will have their tickets reallocated to the new date. If you are unable to attend the event on this new date and wish to receive a refund, please call our reservations team on 02 8587 5900.
Having shared the stage with Lorde, Hayden James and Flume to name a few, George Maple will be headlining the show with Brux as the support act.
Due to current restrictions relating to COVID-19, tickets are sold by table. This is a seated event.
This is a strictly over 18 event.
7.00pm: Doors Open
8.00-8.40pm: GEORGE MAPLE
Unrestricted view: SOLD OUT
General access seating: now available via the link below (select 'George Maple at Opera Bar' when booking)
ABOUT GREAT SOUTHERN NIGHTS
Great Southern Nights is a new event to kick-start the recovery of the live music industry - featuring 1,000 COVID-safe gigs across Sydney and Regional NSW, throughout November 2020 (Australian Music Month). Great Southern Nights is a NSW Government initiative, delivered by Destination NSW in partnership with Aria.
ABOUT GEORGE MAPLE
Australian-born, LA-based songwriter, producer, vocalist and multi-media artist George Maple has proven herself a unique visionary, boundless across the realms of sound and vision. With over 340-million streams to her name as a songwriter and producer, Maple has established herself as a tour de force, selling out shows from Paris to Sydney, collaborating with exclusive fashion houses from Armani to Swarovski and performing on festival stages Across Asia, USA + Australia including Coachella, Lollapalooza, We The Fest, Splendour in the Grass and EDC. The powerhouse has also shared the stage with Lorde, 6lack and Little Dragon. Ms Maple has written and produced for US #1 charting artists including DJ Snake, Hayden James, Basenji, Flume, Tkay Maidza, What So Not and Goldroom, Her own debut album ‘Lover’ debut at #2 on the Australian iTunes Chart.