P!NK TOUR DATES

Posted on 7th May 2013 by ian under Weekend What's On | No Comments »

Wow!  There are now 42 Pink concerts around Australia!!!

When she toured Australia in 2009 with her Funhouse show it smashed box office records – looking at the dates for the upcoming Truth About Love tour it is pretty certain she will be by far and away the biggest drawcard act for 2013, possibly in history – and why not – she’s talented, funny, dynamic, acrobatic, clever, hard-working – simply a fabulous singer, songwriter and entertainer…

Here’s the tour website and the P!NK tour dates:

June 25, 26, 28 & 29 – Perth – Perth Arena

July 1, 2, 4 & 5 – Adelaide – Adelaide Entertainment Centre

July 7, 8, 10, 11, 13, 14, 16 & 17 – Melbourne – Rod Laver Arena

July 19, 20, 22 &23 – Brisbane – Brisbane Entertainment Centre

July 30, 31 & August 2, 3, 6, 7, 9 & 10 – Sydney – Sydney Entertainment Centre

August 13, 14, 16, 17, 19, 20, 22, 23 – Melbourne – Rod Laver Arena

August 27, 29, 30 – Brisbane – Brisbane Entertainment Centre

September 2, 4, 5 – Sydney – Allphones Arena

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Disabled access information for these venues:

Perth Arena Accessibility to all major event facilities for patrons with special needs is easy. Outlined below is a brief summary of the major design elements and facilities incorporated for people with special needs:

  • Up to two percent of the seating capacity caters specifically for wheelchair patrons and their companion.
  • Wheelchair positions are configured to enable wheelchair patrons and their companion to sit together.
  • Perth Arena has been designed with two main public points of entry that are fully accessible; Entry A, Entry B and the VIP Suite Entrance. All levels of the building are accessible via lifts located adjacent to each entry      and all patron lifts are fully accessible.
  • Accessible facilities are provided in change rooms for teams, officials and performers.
  • Counters at ticket windows and food concession outlets are provided at a height accessible for wheelchair use.
  • Dedicated restroom facilities have been designed for patrons with special needs and are easily accessible on every level.

 

Adelaide Entertainment Centre

Wheelchair/Mobility Restricted Seating – Wheelchair and mobility restricted seating is available in the Arena and Theatre, with seating for accompanying companions. Seating is subject to availability at the time of booking. Wheelchair and mobility restricted bookings can be made through Ticketek’s special needs ticketing line by phoning 1300 665 915 or by visiting a Ticketek Agency.

There are no stairs to the wheelchair areas which can be accessed directly from the foyer (ground) level. There are 3 stairs down to the mobility restricted seating in Row GG.

Disabled/Mobility Restricted Car Parking – Conveniently located disabled car parking is available on the Adelaide Entertainment Centre site. Disabled parking can be booked for events/concerts by phoning the Adelaide Entertainment Centre on (08) 8208 2222 in advance of the event to reserve your car park. Car parking is subject to availability at the time of booking, and a $10 entry fee per vehicle is applicable for concerts/events on arrival at the car park entry. A valid Disabled Person’s Parking Permit is to be displayed on vehicles.

Disabled Toilet Facilities – Disabled toilet facilities are available throughout the venue.

Wheelchair Access – Wheelchair access is available at all external entry points to the Arena at ground level. Wheelchair access to the Theatre is available at Door 1 at ground level and via Door 3, Door 4, & Door 5 by way of the disabled ramp which services the Theatre Terrace.

Food & Beverage Outlet Accessibility – All food and beverage outlets are accessible via wheelchair in both the Arena and Theatre.

 

Rod Laver Arena

Access to the Arena for patrons with limited mobility is via Olympic Blvd or the Rod Laver Arena and Hisense Arena tram stops. Ramps provide access throughout the site, with the additional Lift access at the Rod Laver Arena Forecourt.

  • All turnstile entries have an accessible entry to accommodate wheelchair/special needs access
  • A short term Drop-off area is located in the front of Hisense Arena
  • An external lift is located on the Rod Laver Arena Forecourt to enable patrons with limited mobility to get from Ground Level to Concourse Level.
  • Lifts 2,3, and 4 facilitate movement between each level of the Arena, with additional lifts located at Arena Doors 8 and 17, and Exit Door 2, to provide access inside the Auditorium and to the floor.

Wheelchair Accessible
Wheelchair accessible seating bays allows for a wheelchair space with an adjacent companion seat.

Accessible Toilets
Accessible toilets (larger wider cubicle with door opening outwards) are available throughout the Arena.

Accessible Parking
Accessible Parking (subject to availability) is booked through Ticketek on the special needs hotline – 03 9286 1208
All accessible parking will now be charged in advance by Ticketek, which requires payment at the time of booking.

 

Brisbane Entertainment Centre

Outlined below is a brief summary of the major design elements and facilities incorporated for people with special needs:

  • A reserved seating allocation that caters specifically for wheelchair patrons and their companion.
  • Wheelchair positions are configured to enable wheelchair patrons and their companion to sit together.
  • The Brisbane Entertainment Centre Main Concourse and Main Arena is accessible via lifts located in the Administration entry.

 

Sydney Entertainment Centre

We have a range of special needs facilities to help guests enjoy their venue experience each time they visit the Sydney Entertainment Centre. Our facilities ensure easy access in and around the Centre. To ensure each guest appreciates our world-class entertainment, the venue provides a number of special services.

Accessibility

There is a drop-off area in front of the venue on Harbour Street with level access to the lower foyer, the venue’s Ticketmaster box office, lift access, as well as merchandise stands and retail food and beverage outlets.If you need any further assistance, please approach one of our friendly employees or visit the Information Booth located in the lower foyer.

Lifts

Lifts are located at both the northern end (Door 1 – GATE A) and the southern end (Door 5 – GATE F) of the lower foyer. Take the lift to level 2 where you can proceed to Door 11 for wheelchair access into your reserved seating area. On entry at the door, our co-operative ushers will direct you to your seats.

Parking

Parking is available in the many car parks situated around Darling Harbour and Haymarket areas. The Wilson Entertainment car park and the Exhibition Centre car park are the closest to the venue. Both parking stations have ample allocated wheelchair access parking available.

 

Allphones Arena strives to ensure all patrons have a thoroughly enjoyable experience and accessibility is easy – when constructed for the Sydney Olympics, the design set a new benchmark for venues with disability access.

  • Up to two percent of the seating capacity caters specifically for wheelchair patrons and their companion.
  • Wheelchair positions are configured to enable wheelchair patrons and their companion to sit together.
  • Allphones Arena has been designed with three main public points of entry that are fully accessible; the Grand Foyer, the Northern Foyer and the Corporate Suite Guest Entrance. All levels of the building are accessible via lifts located adjacent to each entry and all patron lifts are fully accessible.
  • All access ramps longer than 5 metres are wide enough to allow two wheelchairs to pass simultaneously at any location along the path of travel.
  • Turnstiles are configured to enable wheelchair patron access into Allphones Arena via mainstream routes.
  • All restroom facilities have been designed for patrons with special needs and are easily accessible on every level.