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- 04:30pm - 10:30pm, Saturday, 23 April 2022
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- At Pioneer Women's Memorial
- (+61 8) 9383 3534
- Concerts, Summer Events
ICEHOUSE’s unofficial Australian anthem, Great Southern Land, is turning 40 in 2022 and they are playing a special show at Kings Park’s Pioneer Women’s Memorial in April to celebrate.
Joined by Something For Kate, Jebediah and Emily Wurramara this amazing show is not to be missed.
4.30 pm Gates open
5.15 pm Emily Wurramara
6.00 pm Jebediah
7.15 pm Something For Kate
8.45 pm ICEHOUSE
Tickets can be purchased from Ticketmaster; phone 136 100.
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.
What to Bring
- Low deck chair or picnic rug
- Picnic hamper
- Sunhat and sunscreen
- Weather-appropriate clothing
- Comfortable shoes
- Sealed plastic water/soft drink (only)
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.
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.
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.
Kings Park and Botanic Garden actively supports TravelSmart methods of travelling.
Located just 1.5km 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.
A taxi rank is located at the rear of Fraser’s Restaurant in Wadjuk Carpark.
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.
A drop-off zone is available at the venue entrance. ACROD Parking is located on Forrest Drive near the DNA Tower.
To avoid traffic congestion on Fraser Avenue, please note alternative entry and exit routes to the concert site and to parking areas on Lovekin and May Drives is available via Poole Avenue, Crawley and Saw Avenue, Subiaco.
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.
Refer to the Concert map for venue and facility details.