P!NK HAS ARRIVED! Everything you need to know if you're heading to her Dunedin or Auckland shows

Publish Date
Tuesday, 5 March 2024, 11:30AM

It's official P!nk fans - three-time Grammy Award-winning superstar has touched down in New Zealand to perform Summer Carnival tour live in Dunedin and Auckland💕🦩🌸👛🩷

If you are one of the lucky Kiwi who gets to go along, there are a few things you'll want to know before you Get The Party Started

With special guest, global superstar - Tones And I

Everything you need to know for her Dunedin concert on Tuesday, March 5, 2024:

Where is she performing?

Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin

Important times

• Gates open at 5:00pm
• The show starts at 7:30pm

Getting there

Get there earlier than you planned to, as there will be security processes on entry including a full bag search. This may cause delays so please be patient. Scroll down to read Forsyth Barr Stadium's list of permitted items before attending and have your tickets ready.

Arrive with plenty of time to get into the venue, grab a drink or something to eat and head to your designated area.

Photo / forsythbarrstadium.co.nz

Forsyth Barr Stadium is located at 130 Anzac Ave

Getting here is easy but may require some planning. Where possible, the venue encourages using public transport or alternatively, parking in town and walking down. Forsyth Barr Stadium is an easy 20-minute walk from the Octagon. 

Park & Ride 

Looking for parking? Try out the park-and-ride option, operating from three locations: 

• From St Kilda at Kettle Park via Moana Rua Road 
• From Mosgiel at Peter Johnstone Park carpark 
• From the Octagon outside Dunedin Public Art Gallery 

Buses will be operating between 5:30pm – 7:30pm and will return directly after the concert. 

• Drop Off – Forth St between Union St East and Albany St 
• Pick Up – Forth St 

Buses 

There are regular bus services from the city centre to the Albany/Forth Street area. Check timetables here

Parking 

If you are arriving by car, limited car parking is available in the immediate area surrounding the Stadium and parking restrictions in the area will be in place from 3pm.  

Parking at the Stadium in the East End car park is only for Forsyth Barr Stadium Members with permits. 

There is a walkway linking the wharf area near the Ward St overpass to Forsyth Barr Stadium. There is free car parking around this area. 

Mobility Parking 

There are seven mobility parks available in the East End car park, accessible via State Highway 88 for valid mobility parking permit holders. Additional mobility parks are available on Logan Park Drive. You can also drop-off at the Stadium near Gate D. If needed, buggy transport is available to get you to your gate - just ask the closest security guard. 

E-Scooter parking 

If you plan to use an E-Scooter to get to the Stadium, please use the designated parking area on Union Street East. 

Tickets

If you have selected 'E-Tickets' as your ticket delivery method, remember that your phone is your ticket. You can find your tickets in your account or add them to your smartphone wallet.

If you have selected 'Print-at-Home' as your ticket delivery method, please ensure your tickets have been pre-printed before arrival. No ticket – no entry.

If children under the age of 14 are in attendance, they must be accompanied by a supervising parent or guardian.

Ensure that you bring personal ID, as it may be required if you need ticketing support. The Speight’s Stand ticket office will be open to provide any support.

Ensure you check your ticket for the correct entry gate. There are no pass-outs so if you leave the venue, you will not be allowed back in.

What Can I Bring?

Permitted items

• Bottles of water with unbroken seals less than 1 litre
• Empty reusable water bottles (these can be refilled once inside the venue)
• Homemade food – sandwiches, cakes, fruit
• Special foods for dietary requirements
• Baby food and liquids
• Small tetra-pak fruit juices

Items not permitted include

• Signs, flags & banners of any kind (except official P!NK tour posters, and these cannot be displayed inside the venue)
• Glass – this includes perfume bottles.
• Tin cans
• Any type of camera with a detachable or extended lense regardless of size
• Lasers and laser pens
• Audio/visual recorders (not including mobile phones)
• Bags larger than 42cm x 42cm (except official P!NK tour merch). There will be bag searches on entry into the venue.
• iPad’s, tablets & GoPro’s

For more information head to forsythbarrstadium.co.nz

 

Everything you need to know for her Auckland concert on Friday, March 8 & Saturday, March 9 2024:

Where is she performing?

Eden Park Stadium, Auckland

Important times

• Gates open at 5:00pm
• The show starts at 7:00pm

Getting there

Get there earlier than you planned to, as there will be security processes on entry including a full bag search. This may cause delays so please be patient. Scroll down to read Eden Park's list of permitted items.

There are several ways to get to Eden Park for P!NK:

Public transport

We recommend using public transport. Your concert ticket gives you free transport to and from Eden Park on all regular scheduled bus, train and ferry services and special event buses.

To plan your journey on the AT Journey Planner:

Friday 8 March
Saturday 9 March

Precinct road closures

Due to the expected size of the crowd for the shows, many of the streets surrounding Eden Park will be closed or have residents-only parking in place.

Drop off/pick up

Ride-sharing services and drop off/pick up locations are located at the Dominion Road end of Bellwood Avenue and Morningside Drive. Please refer to Eden Park's Traffic Management Plan for exact locations.

Tickets

To make entry as quick as possible, make sure you download and add your tickets to your mobile phone’s wallet before you arrive at Eden Park.

If you are coming in a group, make sure to share your digital tickets before you arrive and enter.

Ensure you check your ticket for the correct entry gate. There are no pass-outs so if you leave the venue, you will not be allowed back in. 

What Can I Bring?

Permitted items

• Bags smaller than 42cm x 42cm are permitted
• Personal non-glass non-thermos water bottles (unbreakable vessel) up to 1 litre or a 1-litre maximum empty drink bottle which can be refilled within the stadium at one of the 18 water stations
• Guide dogs or assistance animals
• Small amounts of non-commercially produced food intended for the patron’s personal consumption
• Official P!NK tour posters as long as when they are displayed, they do not obstruct other patrons view of the show

It is also important to note that Eden Park is a cashless venue. Please make sure you bring your card for all food, drink and merchandise payments.

Items not permitted include

• Items prohibited by the conditions of your ticket
• Alcohol not purchased at the stadium
• Animals or pets, with the exception of guide dogs or assistance animals
• Sealed drinking containers larger than 1 litre
• Backpacks , large holdalls, tote bags and sports bags larger than 42cm x 42cm
• Bunches of flowers
• Large pillow gifts or fluffy toys
• Chairs
• Cans (including aerosol cans) glass bottles, thermos flasks, any breakable container
• Illicit drugs
• Commercially produced takeaway food such as McDonalds, KFC, Burger King, Subway, pizza etc.
• Knives and dangerous weapons
• Flares, fireworks, laser pointers
• Skateboards, roller blades, scooters or bicycles
• Photographic, video or audio recording equipment for any purpose other than private non-commercial purposes, which may include, without limitation, video and/or audio recorders, camera tripods, monopods or lenses with a total focal strength of greater than 200mm and commercial digital video equipment. The Event Management Staff will, at their sole discretion, determine whether or not an item is intended for personal or commercial use
• Sound amplifying devices including loudhailers, air horns or similar devices
• Prams, strollers or pushchairs (there is a limited storage facility at Entries A, D, E, H for patrons to store these items during the event at their own risk)
• Hard chilly bins and picnic hampers
• Flags and banners of any size
• Any other item which the Event Management Staff (at their sole discretion) deems to be a prohibited item which may be a danger to, or inconvenience or disturb any other patron
• Prohibited items will be confiscated

For more information head to edenpark.co.nz

Whakarongamai kia ZM!

 

 

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