Oxford Art Factory, Sydney’s Warhol-inspired crown jewel music venue

If you’re looking to go out to see some live music in Sydney, it’s hard to go past Oxford Art Factory. Located on Oxford St in Darlinghurst, the venue has weathered the post-lockout law fallout with infallible stoicism and today remains the crown jewel of Sydney’s local music scene.

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Jack Ladder at Oxford Art Factory, 2017. Photo by Dani Hansen

Find out more about Oxford Art Factory, Sydney’s Warhol-inspired crown jewel music venue, including venue details and contact info.

The venue was inspired by Andy Warhol’s Factory in New York City. The venue is a two room, multi-functional space that plays host to everyone emerging local bands to touring international acts, DJs, club night, exhibitions, private functions and other events.

The main room is a 500-capacity space with a mezzanine and at least one bar running at any given time. The smaller ‘Gallery Bar’ is an intimate 120-capacity room, with couches at the back and a bar down the size.

In between the two rooms is a large glass cube, which often plays host to installations and live performance art. Combined, the venue plays host to around 5,000 punters a week.

See below for more details.


Oxford Art Factory
Basement, 38-46 Oxford St, Darlinghurst
Sydney, NSW, 2010


Ph: (02) 9332 3711
Fax: (02) 9332 3211
[email protected]

Band Set Times

You can find out when a band is playing at OAF by hitting up their our automated email service: [email protected]

Head to the Oxford Art Factory website for more info.