Longines Golden Slipper Day
Saturday, 20th March 2021
|11:00 am||Gates Open|
|12:30 pm||First Race|
|5:45 pm||Last Race|
A day that includes an astonishing five Group 1 races is headlined by the world’s richest race for two-year-olds: the 65th Longines Golden Slipper worth over $3.5 million.
Off the track, DJs, pop-up bars, premium hospitality experiences and Sydney’s finest street vendors create an unforgettable atmosphere. For fashionistas, Longines Prize For Elegance is a stylish highlight.
Legendary Aussie rocker Jon Stevens will play a live concert after the last race – free for all racegoers.
Hospitality packages now on sale. General Admission tickets on sale from mid-January.
Plan Your Day
Jon Stevens live after the last
The Longines Golden Slipper Day afterparty will be rocking in the Old Betting Ring, with Jon Stevens playing all your favourite Noiseworks and INXS songs after the last.
The History of the Golden Slipper
From Todman’s victory in 1957’s inaugural race, this 1200m sprint has gone on to become the world’s richest race for two-year-olds.
Travel and Parking
Rosehill Gardens is served by its own train station in easy reach from the CBD and has ample free parking.
We kindly ask guests to adhere to our dress code which is in place to maintain the sense of occasion that makes a race day so special.
Food and Drink
Food vans from Sydney’s vibrant dining scene pop-up at Eats in the Gardens complement Rosehill Garden’s cocktail bars, Champagne Bars and eateries.
Rosehill Bowling Club
When the racing is over and concert has finished, take a short-walk to enjoy our vibrant After Party venue.