Sydney’s first major event post-lockdown is revealed with 5,000-strong crowd before ‘Freedom Day’


Sydney’s first major event post-lockdown is revealed with hopes for 5,000-strong crowds – and it’s even sooner than ‘Freedom Day’










The first big ticket event in post-lockdown Sydney will be Australia’s richest horse race – The Everest. 

Organisers have successfully lobbied the state government to hold the lavish event on October 16 at Royal Randwick Racecourse, two days before the anticipated ‘Freedom Day’. 

A crowed of 5000 double-dosed spectators will be permitted to attend, with race-goers made to scan in using NSW’s soon-to-be revealed vaccine passport system.

Organisers have successfully lobbied the state government to hold the lavish event on October 16 at Royal Randwick Racecourse (pictured), two days before the anticipated 'Freedom Day'

Organisers have successfully lobbied the state government to hold the lavish event on October 16 at Royal Randwick Racecourse (pictured), two days before the anticipated ‘Freedom Day’

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