Cup Day Festival at The Streets

Mark November 6th in your calendar, because we're hosting a live site for Australia's biggest race day.

After last year’s huge success, Cup Day Festival will again bring the exhilarating action of ‘the race that stops a nation’™ to Sydney at a public live site right here at The Streets of Barangaroo.

The Victoria Racing Club (VRC), along with Mumm Champagne, will bring the colour and excitement of Australia’s premier racing event to The Streets with an exhilarating day of food, fashion, entertainment, and – of course – racing.

Naturally, there’ll be a big screen showing all of the official coverage from Flemington (particularly useful if you’d rather escape the office for the big race and avoid jockeying for a view of the TV), and betting facilities on site for those who fancy a flutter.

To help you make a day of it, our restaurants will be hosting in-venue events with curated menus and packages; and there'll be pop-up eateries and bars offering tasty bites and drinks, and live entertainment to keep you in festival mode throughout the afternoon.

The Mumm Champagne Terrace will be the perfect place to celebrate the excitement of Lexus Melbourne Cup Day – get front row seats to all the action and raise a glass of Mumm Grand Cordon champagne to the victories of the day. Cup Day Festival will also feature a Craft Beer Garden with laid back acoustic entertainment and the main stage will showcase a lineup of musical performances.

We’ll have more information on ‘the race that stops a nation’™ in the coming weeks – but for now, just check that no one’s put a 3-hour workshop in your calendar for that afternoon!

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