2020 Royal South
Street Eisteddfod

Welcome to the Royal South Street Eisteddfod, the home of Australia’s rising stars.

Over the last 129 years we have been running our wonderful competitions, only once have we had to cancel the Eisteddfod (during WW2), so this certainly is challenging times for everyone and South Street as we all navigate the changing conditions of COVID -19 on our community and the world.
The South Street team have been working hard to find alternative safe options for competitions in 2020, including video entries across some disciplines in place of live performances. Unfortunately, with the ever evolving covid-19 landscape, it made it impossible to coordinate either in some circumstances and this has meant a cancellation of all live performances for 2020.
We are very excited to still be offering Vocal Competition via video entries for adjudication in 2020, submission and will close on the 22nd August.
We hope that 2021 will be an amazing year of competitions and the South Street team are now busy planning for the year ahead. Thank you again for your support and we look forward to seeing you in 202

If you are interested in submitting a video entry for Vocal Competition for adjudication review, please email admin@royalsouthstreet.com.au 

The 2020 Competition Schedules are available in Stardom and by clicking on the discipline name in the list on the right.

Prior to entry ensure you have read the General Terms & Conditions and the specific rules.

Check your entries carefully and ensure your contact details are up to date in Stardom.  You will receive an email from Stardom when your discipline timetable has been completed giving you your performance dates and times when timetabling has been completed for each discipline.  The email address you use will also be the one that receives notices, forms and updates so make sure it is the most appropriate one.

2020 Video Entries Schedules

Click on the discipline you are interested in to open the schedule.

Entries are now CLOSED for 2020.

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