Hard Rock Cafe Sydney

+ 61 2 9280 0077
Level 1 & 2 of Harbourside Centre, 2-10 Darling Drive, Darling Harbour, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Restaurant Hours:

Mon-Fri 11:30am-Late

Sat/Sun 11:00am-Late

 

Rock Shop Hours:

Mon-Sun 10:00AM-10:00PM
Located on the Ground Floor

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Hard Rock Cafe Sydney Memorabilia

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Beyoncé

Sequin Dress

Beyoncé wore this sequined dress onstage. Its style is reminiscent of the 1960s girl groups that had such a profound influence on Beyoncé’s music.

The Who

Guitar

This green “Explorerbird” was handcrafted by British luthier Peter Cook for Who bassist John Entwistle. Cook was John’s go-to builder for much of his career and developed many of the famous custom creations John was famous for. The sequined vest is straight from John’s ‘70s wardrobe.

Britney Spears

Military Outfit

Britney wore this military outfit onstage during her Oops…I Did It Again tour in 2000.

Taylor Swift

Yellow Dress

Country-pop superstar Taylor Swift wore this yellow dress onstage at a charity concert in 2010.

No Doubt

Tank Top

When Gwen Stefani was establishing her superstar bona-fides by touring the world with No Doubt in the ’90s, she was quite the tank top enthusiast. This is from her wardrobe and it’s bedazzled with Austrian crystals.

Aerosmith

Skinny Shirt

This exceedingly skinny shirt belonged to Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler in the early ‘70s. It was hand-painted by Francine Larnes – a teenage friend of the band who went on to craft Steven’s “gypsy” look.

The Who

Sequin Vest

This green “Explorerbird” was handcrafted by British luthier Peter Cook for Who bassist John Entwistle. Cook was John’s go-to builder for much of his career and developed many of the famous custom creations John was famous for. The sequined vest is straight from John’s ‘70s wardrobe.

The Rolling Stones

Pants

Original Stone Brian Jones owned these pants in the late ‘60s – shortly before he was ignominiously ousted from the band.

U2

Jacket

Bono wore this jacket during U2’s world tour in support of 1987’s The Joshua Tree.

The Sex Pistols

Zippered Sweatshirt

Sex Pistols frontman John “Johnny Rotten” Lydon wore this zippered sweatshirt in the ‘70s. He got it from Malcolm McLaren’s notorious London boutique Sex.

Elvis Presley

Shirt

This completely over-the-top shirt was owned and operated by the King himself back in the mid-‘70s. He gave it to his longtime pal Charlie Hodge.

Jimi Hendrix

Brass Cups

Jimi owned these enamelled brass cups from Pakistan and had them displayed in his London flat. They’ve absorbed the sounds, sights, and smoke of Hendrix’s late-‘60s lair.

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