Come along and get into the festive spirit.
Enjoy choirs singing carols under the branches of the Martin Place Christmas tree.
The Martin Place Christmas tree will delight audiences and brighten up Martin Place from 27 November to 1 January.
Enjoy a kaleidoscope of colours and decorative lights every 15 minutes from 7pm to midnight.
Choir schedule: Wednesday, 1 December: Endeavour Harmony
Thursday, 2 December: Circular Keys Chorus
Friday, 3 December: Cantabile Choir (8 singers)
Saturday, 4 December: ROH Ensemble Choir
Sunday, 5 December: Circular Keys Chorus
Monday, 6 December: Glee Bees
Tuesday, 7 December: Australian Girls Choir
Wednesday, 8 December: Café of the Gate of Salvation
Thursday, 9 December: Sydney Gay & Lesbian Choir
Friday, 10 December: Jonah & the Wailers
Saturday, 11 December: Aloutte Quartet
Sunday, 12 December: Sydney Street Choir
Monday, 13 December: Sydney Harmony
Tuesday, 14 December: The Jingle Belle Singers Wednesday, 15 December: Endeavour Harmony Chorus
Thursday, 16 December: Cantabile Choir
Friday, 17 December: Sydney Philharmonia Choir - Martin Place / Leichhardt Espresso Chorus - George Street
Saturday, 18 December: Circular Keys Chorus - Martin Place / Sydney Philharmonia Choir - George Street
Sunday, 19 December: Australian Girls Choir - Martin Place / Soulfood a Cappella - George Street
Monday, 20 December: Leichhardt Espresso Chorus - Martin Place / ROH Ensemble Choir - George Street
Tuesday, 21 December: The Jingle Belles Singers - Martin Place / Australian Girls Choir - George Street
Wednesday, 22 December: Northern Beaches Chorus - George Street
Thursday, 23 December: Sydney Philharmonia Choir - George Street
Friday, 24 December: Circular Keys Chorus - George Street
The City of Sydney is proud to support The Kids’ Cancer Project this festive season. Donate to support bold scientific research to improve outcomes for kids with cancer.
Covid safety marshals will wipe down the handrails and ensure physical distancing is always maintained. Please follow instructions from the marshals and the on-ground signage when visiting the tree.
QR codes will be available to check-in using the Service NSW app. This is not compulsory.