Melbourne Park advises all patrons to arrive early for best access to our venue with multiple events on across our precinct. With plenty of food & beverage options inside Melbourne Arena we encourage all patrons to come in early, settle into their seat and get ready for what's sure to be an electric night out.
Guests with general admission tickets will queue and enter the venue from the Richmond-side of Melbourne Arena, via our Eastern Plaza entry (opposite the National Tennis Centre). Patrons will need to exchange their ticket for a general admission wristband to be able to access the floor. Patrons wishing to retain their ticket can pick one up from our Information Desk after the event's conclusion.
Guests with reserved seats can enter the venue via our Western Plaza entry on the City-side of Melbourne Arena.
- Guests are advised that back packs of any size, and bags larger than 40cm x 30cm will not be permitted into Melbourne Arena for this event
- In addition to Melbourne Arena's standard conditions of entry, the below items will not be permitted for this event:
- Any cameras or recording equipment including iPads, GoPros and Selie Sticks. Smart phones are permitted
- Weapons of any sort
- Large chains, spiked bracelets, crash helmets or similar type headwear
- Glass, cans, drink containers and plastic bottles above 750ml
Please note that our Multi-Storey Carpark has reached capacity with multiple events on across our precinct on February 1st. We encourage all patrons to use public transport options where available or use available city parking. The MCG's Yarra Park is also expected to open for this busy period, with full parking schedule details accessible here.
TEG Live & Division Agency proudly present global award-winning electronic act The Prodigy for the Australian tour in 2019 to celebrate the release of their new album ‘No Tourists’ to be released globally on 2 November 2018. All shows go on sale on 10am Thursday 1 November 2018.
With six of the biggest and most influential albums in modern music today already under their belt, The Prodigy have consistently proved to be one of the most thrilling live bands in the world! Vital and vitriolic, on stage The Prodigy are a snarling force to be reckoned with, a maniacal beast of epic proportions.
Always uncompromising, The Prodigy’s influence can be seen across generations, turning metal kids onto raving and ravers into metalheads. The band put out genre destroying record after genre defying record and from the very start, The Prodigy were renegade revolutionaries. Put simply, The Prodigy are no tourists and never were.
The Prodigy will be supported by triple j unearthed DJ, Enschway, along with Perth-born DJ, ShockOne who has firmly established himself as one of bass music’s major talents.
Only tickets purchased from our official ticketing partner; Ticketek, are valid for this event. Tickets purchased through any other sources may not be valid and you may not be admitted into the show. For more information, please read our guide to avoiding ticket scams.
OLYMPIC BOULEVARD TEMPORARY CHANGES
Please note that considerable lane closures will be in place on Olympic Boulevard for up to five days in February, with vehicle access to venues and carpark available only via Batman Avenue & Alexandra Avenue.
Tram 70 (Wattle Park) will also be affected by this road closure between AAMI Park (Stop 7D) and Richmond Station (Stop 8) on Swan Street.
Patrons will still be able to access all venues with minor detours on foot. You can view more detailed information and maps about these roadworks here.
For more information on road closures around our precinct please visit the Victoria’s Big Build website (bigbuild.vic.gov.au). Guests with further enquiries about these closures or additional event information can contact us on (03) 9286 1600 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Roads information is available on 1800 105 105