The 2019 Perth Royal Show is the biggest ticket in town. Don’t miss out on WA’s biggest annual community event, celebrating all that’s great about our incredible state.
Featuring a unique blend of a traditional agricultural fair; rides; educational exhibits; showbags; food and – of course – the iconic fireworks. With more than 101 free things to see and do on-site and more activities and experiences than ever before, there really is no better place to be than the 2019 Perth Royal Show from 28 September to 5 October.
A ride for those who are living with cancer and to remember those who are no longer with us, starting and finishing at Optus Stadium.
The MACA Cancer 200 is a two-day, 200-kilometre, round-trip, road ride. Every rider makes a significant contribution by fundraising $2500 to help cancer research at Perth’s Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research.
No other ride is more community-focused, heartfelt or inspirational than MACA Cancer 200.
We’re putting the fun back into Melbourne Cup day! Grab your friends or colleagues and enjoy the race that stops a nation plus so much more from our stunning Sports Lounge!
Gillette T20’s are full of non-stop family entertainment with loads of activities and great music, all packed into a few short hours.
This match is the last of a three-match series. Will our Aussies be victorious, or will Pakistan score a win?
With what promises to be very special concerts from “the biggest band in the world”, this is a much anticipated return by the band to Australia for the first time since the record-shattering U2 360° Tour in 2010.
The Joshua Tree Tour is a celebration of the original album and tour of the same name undertaken by U2 in 1987 and features the complete album played in sequence along with a selection of highlights from U2’s extensive catalogue of songs. The innovative staging includes a specially commissioned series of haunting and evocative films from Dutch photographer, film-maker and long-time collaborator Anton Corbijn – whose iconic photography accompanied the original recording – in brilliant 8k resolution on a 200 x 45 foot cinematic screen, the largest high-res LED screen every used in a touring show.
Paul Kelly’s Making Gravy tour will make its Perth debut at Stadium Park at Optus Stadium.
Some of Australia and New Zealand’s finest musical exports, Courtney Barnett, Kate Miller-Heidke, and Marlon Williams, will join the legendary songwriter on this world class line-up on the Making Gravy tour.
The Making Gravy tour kicks off the festive season celebrations with the music of Paul Kelly’s four decade-long career, reserving a special place for the Christmas classic ‘How To Make Gravy’. The special guests, selected by Paul, elevate the outdoor concert series to a new level, highlighting the best and brightest local talent in today’s scene.
It’s a new era of cricket in WA with the stadium hosting its maiden Day-Night Test and the first Test against New Zealand for the series.
Get your family and friends together head to the stadium to soak up the Day-Night atmosphere while watching Australia take on New Zealand.