- 1 Can you take food into Brisbane Entertainment?
- 2 Who owns the Brisbane Entertainment Centre?
- 3 When was Brisbane Entertainment Centre built?
- 4 Is there parking at Brisbane Entertainment Centre?
- 5 What is on in Brisbane 2020?
- 6 What is happening at Brisbane Entertainment Centre?
- 7 What happened to the Sydney Entertainment Centre?
- 8 What is the capacity of Qudos Bank Arena?
Can you take food into Brisbane Entertainment?
All food purchased inside the Centre may be taken into the Arena during a performance. Our free cloakroom is located adjacent to the Ticketek Box Office. Any bags submitted to the cloakroom will be subject to a bag search prior to cloaking. All patrons must have a valid ticket to gain entry into the Centre.
Who owns the Brisbane Entertainment Centre?
History – Brisbane Entertainment Center. The Brisbane Entertainment Centre has been operated since its inception by ASM Global (formly AEG Ogden Brisbane Pty Ltd). Ownership was transferred to Stadiums Queensland (formally Major Sports Facilities Authority) from 1 July 2002.
When was Brisbane Entertainment Centre built?
Brisbane Entertainment Centre
|Opened||20 February 1986|
Is there parking at Brisbane Entertainment Centre?
Parking – Brisbane Entertainment Center. There is ample onsite parking including a 75 bay coach park. Parking is charged at $15.00 per visit, payable to the Car Park Attendant upon entry (card only).
What is on in Brisbane 2020?
what’s on in & around brisbane
- The Tivoli. The Naked Magicians.
- Notorious Sailing Ship. Don’t miss your chance to step on board a replica 15th century sailing ship.
- Fortitude Music Hall. Let it Be Live.
- Lyric Theatre QPAC.
- Brisbane Square Library.
- SPARK Festival.
- Dreamworld Winterfest.
What is happening at Brisbane Entertainment Centre?
- PBR. SAT 10 JULY, 2021.
- Carl Barron RESCHEDULED. RESCHEDULED SAT 31 JUL, 2021.
- We Will Rock You – The Arena Experience. FRI 1 & SAT 2 OCTOBER, 2021 More Info Buy Now.
- Delta Goodrem. RESCHEDULED FRI 8 OCT, 2021 More Info Buy Now.
- Guy Sebastian.
- Bat Out Of Hell RESCHEDULED.
- Tame Impala Rescheduled.
What happened to the Sydney Entertainment Centre?
As part of a redevelopment of the Darling Harbour precinct, the Sydney Entertainment Centre was demolished in early 2016. The Darling Square residential development replaced the Centre. The opening of the new facilities occurred in late 2016.
What is the capacity of Qudos Bank Arena?
Located in Sydney’s Olympic Park, Qudos Bank Arena can accommodate up to 21,000 visitors.