We are back for another year at Broadway Sydney for more fun and crazy pop-up activations! This year we are taking over the rooftop for an epic roller-skate rink, setting up a Fringe pop-up space and more.


High Rollers Rooftop Roller Rink at Broadway Sydney

Lace-up the boots, dig out the lycra and get set for the most fun you can have on 8 wheels.

This year thanks to the support of our partners at Broadway Sydney, a giant roof-top roller-skating rink will be built for customers and festival-goers to enjoy. Relish being surrounded by impressive city-views, this event is set to be one of the most exciting highlights of the festival program this year.

The roller rink will be operating all day Saturday and Sunday, along with night time sessions from Wednesday to Friday.

Just a heads up, you can only buy tickets at the door for this event. there will be no pre-bookings available.  

Please see below for the operational days and hours of the event, plus ticket pricing per person:

Ticket prices include the hire of skates. You must bring your own socks. 

Dates: Wednesday 5th of September – Sunday 30th of September

Wednesday 5pm – 10pm ($15 per person, per hour)
Thursday 5pm – 10pm ($15 per person, per hour)
Friday 5pm – 10pm ($15 per person, per hour)

Saturday 9am – 5pm ($5 per person per hour) | 5pm – 10pm ($15 per person, per hour)
Sunday 9am – 5pm ($5 per person per hour) | 5pm – 10pm ($15 per person, per hour)





Saturday 22nd September
6PM – 8PM

Join us for this fabulous one-night event at the roof-top roller rink!

Surrounded by glittering city views, our favourites DJ Glamour Toads & The Dollar Bin Darlings will be spinning funky disco tunes to help you dance the night away.

With Innocent Bystander Pink Moscato & Young Henry’s tinnies to keep you hydrated…you’ll be set to dance all night long!

Our friends at Bailey Nelson want in on the fun too, so they’ll be handing out some awesome giveaways during the event.

So better make sure to roll in with your friends quick if you don’t want to miss out…

FYI Access to the pop-up park and all the fun is free but skating on the roller-rink is ticketed by the hour.


Frequently Asked Questions

How do I get to the rooftop?
Use the lifts in the car park to Level 4. Pop up park and rink will be on the left-hand side.

Can I bring my own skates?
Customers must wear skates provided by operators whilst skating.

Will socks be available for hire?
No, please ensure you don’t forget your socks as they won’t be available for hire.  

Will the roller-skating rink be operating in the rain?
Absolutely, the rink is undercover and can operate in any weather condition.

How much will skate hire cost during the event?
Saturday | 5pm -10pm | $15 per person
The above includes 1 hour on the rink and skate hire. No bookings required just come and join the fun. 

Where can I grab a bite to eat from?
If you’re on the rooftop, take the car park lifts down to Level 2 and enjoy a meal at any one of the restaurants.

Can I eat and drink in the pop-up park?
Absolutely! Grab a takeaway option from any of the Level 2 restaurants and bring it up to the pop-up park to enjoy with your friends or little ones.

Where are the closest amenities?
Take the car park lifts down to Level 3, for the closest amenities.

Can I pre-book tickets?
Access to the rink is on walk in basis. If there is a wait you can enjoy the pop-up park fun or grab a meal from Level 2.



Frida Las Vegas
aka Stavroula Adameitis

Glamour! Water! Bridges! Ibises!
Sydney is a glamorous and glittering city of divine contradictions! Through the creation of this graphic print for Sydney Fringe, I wanted to celebrate the unofficial icons of our city – like the much-maligned 'bin chicken' (or Ibis bird), wheelie bins and ubiquitous parking signs, alongside the more officially-sanctioned and internationally-recognised emblems like the Opera House. After decades of bad internal PR, it's time for the humble tip turkey to be treated as a feathered friend by our city's citizens, rather than an object of consistent repulsion – after all, Threskiornis molucca is only a shade
of Pantone pink away from being Australia's flamingo!

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Nicol & Ford

NICOL & FORD were thrilled to collaborate with Frida Las Vegas and Sydney Fringe to create two iconic Sydney outfits reflective of this glamorous city of excess we call home. Drawing inspiration from classic 1940s silhouettes and exaggerated 1980s executive style, these two looks combine sartorial power with the punchy colour, pop and sizzle of Sydney’s summer!

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