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Suncorp Stadium enjoys a close working relationship with the local residents and businesses.


Rock icons Green Day, Fall Out Boy and Weezer have announced the Hella Mega Stadium tour and will play at Suncorp Stadium on Tuesday 17th November 2020.
We’ve been able to negotiate with the concert promoter to offer you as a local resident, a priority period to purchase tickets before they go on sale to the general public.
For your convenience, this special offer is available to purchase tickets online. There will be NO tickets sold through the Stadium’s Box Offices Northern Plaza for this event.
To take advantage, go online to Ticketek here between 10am on Tuesday 11th February and 10am Friday 14th February and use the password KERPLUNK. If you’re not a Ticketek account holder, you will need to create an account.
Tickets are not transferable and will be limited to SIX (6) per address to ensure as many local residents as possible are able to attend. To be eligible, your residential address must be within the letterbox drop area. Post Office boxes cannot be accepted and addresses will be verified by Ticketek before tickets are issued.
If you have any queries, please feel free to contact the Stadium on 07 3331 5000 or




Queen + Adam Lambert will perform at Suncorp Stadium as part of their “Rhapsody” world tour on Thursday 13th February, 2020. 

If you have any queries, contact the Stadium on 07 3331 5000 or 

There will no longer be letter box drops for concert pre sale information, to receive the information via email register here


The Stadium Management Advisory Committee was established as part of the Stadium redevelopment in 2002.

SMAC comprises representatives of local community, local businesses, community groups, Christ Church Milton, the respective elected State and Local Government representatives and various Government agencies such as Queensland Police, Translink and Emergency Services. They meet regularly with representatives of the Stadium Manager, AEG Ogden to discuss and raise issues of importance to the local community.

Local residents and businesses are also welcome to raise issues directly with the Stadium. Please free call the Stadium on 07 3331 5000 during business hours or email


In 2011, as part of community consultation associated with a review of the limit on the number of events over 25,000, local residents were able to provide feedback on a range of Stadium issues and operations.

Since then, the Stadium has been working with Queensland Police, the Brisbane City Council, the State Government, local businesses and Sinclair Knight Merz, the Stadium’s transport and traffic consultants, to make some positive changes based on the feedback received.



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