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Revision as of 03:25, 12 March 2016

Sonic Live in Sydney was an 1½ hour live show hosted at an amusement park Sega World Sydney. It was set in an alternate timeline based around the Saturday morning Sonic animated series and the Sonic 3 video game. Doctor Robotnik's Death Egg crash-lands in Australia instead of Angel Island, causing the scientist 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, so far, no kind of video footage of any of the music or the show itself have appeared around the Internet, and to make matters worse, both Sega World Sydney and Sonic Live in Sydney closed down in 2000, and the building it was hosted on demolished in 2008, making it even more extraordinary impossible to find even a small video recording.