Q: Do I have to be a Member to buy tickets?
A: We are pleased to announce that we are open to the public to enjoy the comfort of the QC Club on the night, and are accepting all ticket bookings for the Cricketer’s Club seating and Club access. No tickets can be purchased at the door on the night.
Q: What time does the event start?
A: The Club will open from 5.30pm with the main act, Taylor Swift, taking the stage at 8.45pm.
Q: What is included in my ticket price?
A: Designated seating in the stadium directly in front of the Club. These are classed as C Reserve. Price is $180 each.
If you choose to purchase the Taylor Made experience there is an additional price of $100 per ticket. This will give you exclusive access to the Intermain Platinum room which will serve a drinks package and canapes for an hour and a half before the concert.
Q: How do I collect my tickets?
A: E-tickets will be issued to you via email (to the email address listed on your booking form). Please print your tickets and have ready for scanning. Admittance to the Club and concert will not be permitted without your tickets. You MUST print your tickets to present for scanning. The stadium will not accept mobile tickets on the night.
Q: What is the dress code?
A: QC Club dress code applies for this event. Please click on this link.
Q: What is the seating for this event?
A: Seating is C Reserve, directly in front of the Club. The stage will be positioned on the opposite end of the oval. We predict that the concert will also feature large screens for close up viewing.
Q: How do we access the Qld Cricketers’ Club for the event?
A: Access is via Vulture Street, about 100m up from Gate 4. There is a long walkway from the street down to the Club foyer, directly opposite the German Club’s entrance.
Q: Is there parking nearby?
A: Parking will be extremely limited around the stadium on the night. The QC Club car park will not be available on the night.
Q: If I am arriving by cab, where is the best place to be dropped off?
A: Taxi ranks will be located on Ipswich road and Gibbon Street – please refer to our home page to read the road closure information for the evening to determine your best drop off point.
Q: Is the Club wheelchair accessible?
A: Yes, the entire Club is on one level. Access into the stadium seating bowl is however not accessible. The concert can be viewed from inside the QC Club, although the sound will be slightly muted.
Q: Are children permitted to attend the event?
A: Yes, however, alcohol consumption for people under 18 years old is strictly prohibited inside the Club. All children must be accompanied by an adult.