Sonic Live in Sydney (Lost Footage of Live Show; 1997-2000)


Sonic Live in Sydney
Status Lost

Sonic Live in Sydney was an 1½ hour live show hosted at the Sega World Sydney amusement park. It was set in an alternate timeline based around the Saturday-morning Sonic animated series and the Sonic 3 video game where Doctor Robotnik's Death Egg crashes in Australia instead of Angel Island, causing him to attempt a takeover of Sydney.

There were three songs, respectively sung by Sonic, Dr. Robotnik, and Sally Acorn, of which have all been recorded on audio and uploaded on YouTube. However, no video has surfaced online as of now, and both Sega World Sydney and, consequently, the live show were closed in 2000 followed by the building it was hosted in being demolished in 2008, meaning that the chance of footage is even lower.

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Three songs from the show.

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Markiegee50X

9 months ago
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Thank you for putting this in the wiki, I've found this out years ago on YouTube and the sonic wiki.
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FreshBalls22

9 months ago
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Thank you Markiegee!
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Markiegee50X

7 months ago
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You're welcome!!
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Nanis149

5 months ago
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Reynard

5 months ago
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Can't you do it yourself?
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Anonymous user #1

3 months ago
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My friend has a lead...turns out SWS wasn't closed in 2008, it was 1998. He says that it is around the internet somewhere, and Sonic was voiced by this one guy from an australia show.

He lives right near SWS, but we shouldn't pester him about it.
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FreshBalls22

2 months ago
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Let me get things straight: Sega World Syndey closed in 2000, but was left dormant until 2008, when it was demolished. You didn't get what I said in the article. Where did your friend get that from?

Also, could you ask your friend if he remembers what show did the guy who voiced Sonic was from? I know you said people shouldn't pester him about it, but it seems very interesting.
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