Heading to Pink Concert 2024? Here’s your complete guide: schedule, transport and weather

Publish Date
Thursday, 7 March 2024, 9:34AM
P!nk's New Zealand performances are her first in the country since 2018. Photo / Getty Images

P!nk's New Zealand performances are her first in the country since 2018. Photo / Getty Images

The time has finally arrived!

P!nk is back in New Zealand for three huge shows and having just played an incredible show for her Dunedin fans, she is heading to Auckland for two massive shows at Eden Park.

Are you lucky enough to be heading along to the concert?

Here's everything you need to know before you Get The Party Started, including transport options, weather forecast and what you can and can’t bring to the show.

When does it start?

  • Gates open at 5pm.
  • Support act Tones and I is scheduled to come on stage at 7pm.

How to get there

We recommend using public transport. Your concert ticket gives you free transport to and from Eden Park on all regular scheduled bus, train and ferry services and special event buses.

To plan your journey on the AT Journey Planner:

• Friday 8 March
• Saturday 9 March

Precinct road closures

Due to the expected size of the crowd for the shows, many of the streets surrounding Eden Park will be closed or have residents-only parking in place.

Drop off/pick up

Ride-sharing services and drop off/pick up locations are located at the Dominion Road end of Bellwood Avenue and Morningside Drive. Please refer to Eden Park's Traffic Management Plan for exact locations.

Drivers will not be able to get closer to Eden Park because of road closures and parking restrictions in place for the concert.

What to take – and not

It is important to note that Eden Park is a cashless venue. Please make sure you bring your card for all food, drink and merchandise payments.

Several items are not permitted inside the stadium, including backpacks or bags larger than 42cm high, 30cm wide, and 30cm deep.

Professional cameras, cameras with a removable lens or cameras with a lens bigger than a standard watch face are not permitted - though you can bring a small personal camera and, of course, your phone.

You can’t take in commercial or branded food or drinks, though you can bring small quantities of food prepared at home. You can take an empty plastic bottle without a lid for refill at the free water stations in the venue.

Other forbidden items include cigarettes or vapes, dangerous goods, knives, tasers, umbrellas, flags, fireworks, selfie sticks or chilly bins.

Find a full list of what not to bring here.

While both nights appear to be clear of rain, should there be showers, sections of Eden Park are covered, but if you’re concerned about getting caught in the rain, be sure to bring a poncho or raincoat.

To make entry as quick as possible, make sure you download and add your tickets to your mobile phone’s wallet before you arrive at Eden Park.

If you are coming in a group, make sure to share your digital tickets before you arrive and enter.

Ensure you check your ticket for the correct entry gate. There are no pass-outs so if you leave the venue, you will not be allowed back in.

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