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Tim Minchin with West Australia Symphony Orchestra
When
07:00pm - 10:30pm, Saturday, 20 February 2021
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Where
At Pioneer Women's Memorial Kings Park, Western Australia
Phone
(+61 8) 6488 8618
Email
boxoffice@perthfestival.com.au
Website
www.perthfestival.com.au
Categories
Concerts, Summer Events

Perth Festival opens in show-stopping style with satirist, pianist, provocateur and musical genius Tim Minchin live in Kings Park. Western Australia’s globally-renowned multi-talent is back home for a world premiere special performance of his brand-new album, Apart Together. Songs of love, fidelity, absence, entropy, aspiration, disappointment and death are all told in his inimitable style.

For this uniquely local international festival, each song has been reimagined by a different world-class orchestrator, with Artistic Director Iain Grandage among the Western Australians taking up the challenge. In the glorious surrounds of Kings Park, Tim is joined by his favourite WA musicians, including the West Australian Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Jessica Gethin, for an evening of wonderful music.

Show Times

Gates open: 5.30 pm

Note: times are subject to change.

Tickets

Tickets can be purchased from Perth Festival website.
All patrons (including minors/babies) must have a valid ticket for entry.
Please note Companion Cards can only be used when purchasing General Admission tickets.

Seating

Admission tickets are split into three categories, A Reserve, B Reserve and General Admission (no reserved seat).

More information can be found on the Perth Festival website.

General Admission patrons can bring low to the ground beach chairs or picnic rugs if desired.
Standard/high back deck style chairs are permitted into the General Admission area however these will be positioned at the rear of the venue.
A seating area is provided for those with wheelchair requirements.

What to Bring

  • Low deck chair or picnic rug
  • Picnic hamper
  • Jacket
  • Sunhat and sunscreen
  • Weather-appropriate clothing
  • Comfortable shoes
  • Sealed plastic water/soft drink (only)
  • Torch

Not Permitted

Strictly no BYO alcohol. This is a fully licensed event.
No tables or umbrellas, professional SLR cameras, video or recording equipment, metal cutlery, wine spikes, tents or sun shelters.
The Western Australian Botanic Garden is a non-smoking venue and no glass items will be permitted.

Minors

This is a licensed event. Photo ID required for entry. All patrons (including minors/babies) must have a valid ticket for entry.

Children under 18 years of age who have purchased a ticket will only be permitted into the concert site if they are accompanied by their parent or legal guardian. If a minor is not accompanied by their parent or legal guardian they will be refused entry to the concert and they will not receive a refund on their ticket.

Food

Available for purchase at the venue or you may bring you own picnic hamper.
Please be aware of prohibited items listed under 'Not Permitted'.

Conditions of Entry

All bags are subject to a safety and security search upon entry.
Prohibited items will be confiscated and can be collected at the conclusion of the event.
Strictly No Pass Outs.

Public Transport

Kings Park and Botanic Garden actively supports TravelSmart methods of travelling.
Located just 1.5 km from the CBD, Kings Park and Botanic Garden is readily accessible by public transport.
Contact Transperth on 13 62 13 or visit their website for more information.

Taxis and rideshare vehicles will only be permitted to collect patrons in Wadjuk Carpark near Fraser's Restaurant.

Access and Parking

Please ensure you park safely and legally along May and Lovekin Drives. Leave adequate time to get to the concert site as you may need to park and walk. Please refer to the concert map to plan your journey.

A drop-off zone is available at the venue entrance, however the pick-up area, following the concert, is located in Forrest Carpark. ACROD Parking is located on Forrest Drive near the DNA Tower.

There is ample parking on the verge along the drives. Concert patrons who park along May Drive are asked to exit Kings Park via Fraser Avenue and Saw Avenue, while concert patrons parked on Lovekin Drive can only exit westbound via Poole and Saw Avenues.

Operational activities and weather conditions can impact the status of roads, carparks, paths and services. Please refer to the Notices section for further information to help you plan your visit.

Map

Please leave adequate time to get to the concert site as you may need to park and walk. Refer to the Concert map for venue and facility details.

Further Information

Contact Perth Festival via their website for further information.

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Kings Park access disruption

Part of the Western Path between Monash Avenue and Aberdare Road will be closed from Monday, 8 February 2021 due to construction works on The Kids’ Bridge, pedestrian detours will be in place.

DNA Tower closure

The DNA Tower in Kings Park will be closed from Monday, 8 February 2021 until mid-April 2021 due to maintenance.

Concert traffic interruptions

Road and carpark closures will occur in Kings Park and Botanic Garden in February-March 2021 due to concert events.

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Farewell and thank you Grady and Lesley

The Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority (BGPA) would like to extend a sincere thank you and farewell to two of our longest serving staff members, Lesley Hammersley and Grady Brand who will retire from the Authority in December 2020.

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