Rolling Stones

Rolling Stones

Saturday 25 October, 5:00 PM - Saturday 25 October
Gates open 5.00pm

TICKETS:

Limited tickets are still available. Please click here for more details.

To download the patron information sheet, click here.

To download the seating plan, click here.

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VENUE OPERATIONAL TIMES:

Gates open at 5:00pm

Jimmy Barnes: 7.00pm (NOTE THIS IS AN UPDATED TIME)

Rolling Stones 8:30pm

(Please note schedules and performance times may change)

GETTING TO AND FROM THE CONCERT

Aim to arrive early.  Traffic restrictions will be in place around the venue and a high number of people will be travelling to and from the event.  Patrons are strongly advised to use public transport for the event or park in the city and walk. Please note that the concert will finish before the last public transport services leave the city. When leaving the venue please be mindful of residents, hospitals and businesses located in the vicinity – please behave responsibly and be as quiet and orderly as possible.

BUS, TRAM & TRAIN SERVICES

Rolling Stones Adelaide Oval Express bus services will operate to special timetables from various locations throughout Adelaide at an 8 – 20 minute frequency, depending on the route. 

War Memorial Drive will be closed and to assist with taxi and pedestrian access and a temporary bus interchange will be established on King William Road between North Terrace and Victoria Drive.

King William Street will be closed from 30 minutes prior to the end of the concert and up until midnight after to accommodate bus patrons and War Memorial Drive closed to assist with taxi and pedestrian access. 

Adelaide Oval Express buses will depart from the temporary bus interchange for up to an hour after the concert.  

Train services will operate to a higher frequency than the regular Saturday timetables and tram services will operate at 5 – 10 minute frequency before and after the concert.

Adelaide Oval Express services will be ticketed services and passengers will be required to validate using their Metrocard or purchase a ticket from the driver or onboard.

With big crowds expected in the city and to avoid delays wherever possible, fans are encouraged to explore all their transport options, plan their travel and allow plenty of time to get to and from the concert.

Timetables and further information is available online at www.adelaidemetro.com.au or by following Adelaide Metro on Twitter @AdelaideMetroSA. Alternatively call the Adelaide Metro Info Line on 1300 311 108.

PARKING

Due to the extensive production area required for the concert, public car parking will not be available at Adelaide Oval. Patrons are strongly advised to use public transport or make other arrangements.  Wilson Parking offer a range of car parks located within 1km of Adelaide Oval and great rates are offered through their online booking system. Further details provided here. Alternatively UPark are providing the following services: Topham Mall and Light Square a $6 flat weekend rate all day Saturday; Gawler Place UPArk will have extended hours until midnight and Gawler Place and Rundle will have a $6 flat night rate from 6pm.  Plan your parking before you leave by checking locations and live spaces availability here

These city car parks are a 5-10 minute walk from the venue. The Riverbank Bridge creates a direct link from North Tce to Adelaide Oval.

TAXIS

Pick-up and drop-off locations for taxis will be on King William Road near Pennington Terrace and Montefiore Rd, near War Memorial Drive.  Please note that there is NOT a taxi rank on Pennington Terrace as has been the case for football matched.  Access cabs will be permitted to use War Memorial Drive.

TRAFFIC RESTRICTIONS

To ensure the safety of patrons as well as those passing through the area, several traffic restrictions will be in place around the venue:

War Memorial Drive (from King William Road to Montefiore Road) will be closed from 11am until midnight on Saturday 25 October;

• King William Road will be closed from North Terrace to War Memorial Drive from 10:15pm until midnight on Saturday 25 October; and a contra flow will be implemented on Festival Drive;

• Speed and parking restrictions will be in place on Pennington Terrace, King William Street and Montefiore Road on Saturday 25 October;

• Traffic Group Australia and the SA Police will work closely together to monitor the movement of traffic and patrons in the vicinity of the concert and may alter the timings and closures as required to provide the safest solution

ENTRY GATES

Concert patrons should refer to the their ticket for recommended entry gate.  The South Gate is located on the Telstra Plaza off of War Memorial Drive (closed to traffic).  The East Gate is located off of King William Rd. A West Gate will be operationg for this event with access on-foot from Montefiore Rd across the grassed area known as Adelaide Oval #2. Please note, the North Gate is not in operation for this event.

ACCESSIBILITY

Access for people with disability or access requirements is available through both the East and South Gates (the West Gate is not recommended due to the grassed surface). Lifts are located near stairways and escalators to travel to each level.  Access and ambulant toilets are located around the stadium near all toilet blocks.  Limited disabled parking is available near the venue - please call Adelaide Oval for booking enquiries.  War Memorial Drive will be used as a drop-off and pick-up point for Access Cabs and those cars displaying a Diasbled Parking permit.  

TICKET OFFICES

A Ticket Office is located at the South Gate (enter via War Memorial Drive) and the East Gate (enter via King William Road) and will be open from 4:00pm on the day of the show only. To avoid queues on the day of the show patrons are encouraged to collect their pre-purchased tickets in advance from a Ticketek outlet or from the Ticket Collection Office located on the Telstra Plaza close to War Memorial Drive.

OTHER INFORMATION

Please note that the concert will include strobe lighting and pyrotechnics.

Cans cannot be brought onto the Oval seated area.  Patrons seated on the Oval must pour their cans into the cups supplied before entering the Oval. Botttle tops must be removed before entering the seated Oval area.

CLOAKROOM FACILITIES

Cloakroom facilities will not be available. Prohibited items may be confiscated so if in doubt leave it in the car or at home.

SMOKING

Adelaide Oval is a strictly non-smoking venue.  Patrons must exit the venue to smoke in designated areas.  Pass-outs will be issued.

PASS-OUTS

Pass-outs will be available for the event.  Patrons must exit via the main gates with their original ticket. A pass-out will be issued. To re-enter, both the pass-out and original ticket must be displayed.  Without both, patrons will not be permitted to re-enter Adelaide Oval.

FIRST AID

Will be available on site. Look for First Aid rooms or St John Ambulance personnel located throughout the stadium or ask one of the event day staff members for assistance.

TOILETS

Are located throughout the stadium on Levels 1, 3, 4 and 5. Patrons located on the oval will need to use toilets located on Level 1 in the stands.  Parenting rooms, access toilets and ambulant toilets are also available around the stadium.

FOOD AND DRINK OUTLETS

Bars, kiosks and catering carts are located throughout the stadium.

RESPONSIBLE SERVICE OF ALCOHOL (RSA)

Please drink responsibly.  Drink limits and liquor licencing conditions apply.  Alcohol cannot be brought into or taken out of the venue.

ATM/EFTPOS FACILITIES

ATMs are located out on the Telstra Plaza adjacent War Memorial Drive, on Level 1 of the Riverbank Stand, on the ground level behind the Western Stand (Western Stand breezeway) and on the Eastern Plaza. Tap n Go is available at all kiosks and bars throughout the stadium.

BAG CHECKS

If you don't need a bag, don't bring it. Bag checks will be conducted at each gate prior to entry.  Express lanes will be open for patrons without bags.  Patrons must present bags or large items to security for searching prior to entry. Any prohibited items will be confiscated and may not be returned. Please familiarise yourself with the stadium’s Conditions of Entry by clicking here.    

WEATHER

The concert will proceed rain or shine. Only in the case of exceptionally severe weather conditions will the performance be affected.  This is an outdoor venue so patrons are requested to be prepared for the weather conditions and dress accordingly. Umbrellas are not permitted.

GENERAL ADMISSION TICKET HOLDER INFORMATION:

  • The GA area is located on the ground and is a standing area only
  • The GA area is accessible via the aisles from Level 1 in the Riverbank Stand
  • Entry is via the South Gate
  • The nearest toilets, food and beverage are located on Level 1 in the Riverbank Stand
  • Stadium terms and conditions of entry and restricted items apply
  • Dangerous activities such as aggressive moshing, stage diving, crowd surfing and climbing are not permitted and may result in the removal of patrons from the event

CONDITIONS OF ENTRY

Adelaide Oval’s Conditions of Entry will apply for this event. Click here for details. Conditions are subject to change without notice.

**PROHIBITED AND RESTRICTED ITEMS:

A person may not bring the following items into Adelaide Oval unless permitted by Adelaide Oval Stadium Management Authority (AOSMA):

  • Any item, the improper use of which, is reasonably considered by AOSMA as being able to cause injury, nuisance or offence to any other person attending Adelaide Oval.  Any such item may be confiscated by AOSMA if subsequently found on that person;
  • Alcoholic drinks;
  • Animals (except guide dogs and other bona fide assistance animals);
  • Balls - including but not limited to tennis, cricket and footballs;
  • Cricket or sporting bats longer than 30cm (excluding Adelaide Oval /event issued merchandise for children);
  • Bicycles, scooters, rollerblades, skates, skateboards and the like;
  • Cans, tins, metal containers, glass bottles or glass containers;
  • Flag poles and/or extendable flag poles over 1 metre in length;
  • Professional standard still or video cameras, audio recording devices and tripods, and lenses with a total-focal strength of greater than 200mm;
  • Chairs or stools;
  • Hard eskies of any size or type (including foam eskies);
  • Any bag or container that is too large to be stored under a seat;
  • Flares, fireworks, laser pointers;
  • Confetti or shredded or torn paper;
  • Illicit drugs;
  • Weapons, guns & knives (or any other object that could be used as a weapon);
  • Inflatable items including beach balls, receptacles, devices or structures;
  • Shade covers;
  • Oversized signs, banners or flags that are considered by AOSMA as capable of causing a nuisance;
  • Loud hailers, megaphones, and musical instruments of any nature (including vuvuzelas, horns, whistles and drums).

AOSMA is not responsible for, and may not be held liable by any person, for loss, theft or damage to any such restricted or prohibited items left by that person in or around Adelaide Oval.

** Please note that prohibited items will be confiscated. If in doubt, leave it at home or in your car.

All information is correct at the time of publication and is subject to change. Please check details closer to the concert date to ensure you have read the most up to date information.