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Everything you need to know for Cold Chisel’s Blood Moon Tour show at Bankwest Stadium on Friday

It’s almost time to rock with Cold Chisel, Hoodoo Gurus, Birds of Tokyo and Busby Marou at Bankwest Stadium and we can’t wait to invite you in for our first ever concert.

To help get you ready for a massive celebration of Aussie music we’ve put together everything you need to know ahead of the show.

Key Timings

  • 4:30pm: Gates Open
  • 5:00pm: Busby Marou
  • 6:00pm: Birds of Tokyo
  • 7:15pm: Hoodoo Gurus
  • 8:30pm: Cold Chisel

Getting to the Stadium

All tickets to Blood Moon Tour include travel to and from Parramatta on all forms of public transport. Parramatta Transport Interchange is a short walk from Bankwest Stadium.

For more the most up-to-date information and to plan your trip visit the Transport info website here.

Parking is available around Parramatta City. Click here for parking station info and map. Please note: there is no public parking available at Bankwest Stadium. 


A final release of tickets are now available for Friday’ show via Ticketek. Don’t wait, get yours here.

Support for Bushfire Recovery and Rebuild efforts

Fans attending the show will have the opportunity to donate to Foodbank Australia via collection on the day. Volunteers in purple will be taking donations in all public areas.

Plus, all proceeds from sales of the special edition RFS x Cold Chisel T-shirt (available at merchandise outlets in limited supply) will go to the RFS.

From now until show day $50 from every ticket will be donated directly to the NSW Rural Fire Services.

Arena Access

Fans sitting on the arena floor should note their best point of access on the day.

  • If you are entering through Gate A: Access to your floor seats will be via Aisles 111, 112 & 113.
  • If you are entering through Gate C1: Access to your floor seats will be via Aisles 122 & 123.
  • If you are entering through Gate C2: Access to your floor seats will be via Aisles 124 & 125.
  • If you are entering through Gate G: Access to your floor seats will be via Aisles 144, 145 146.


Tour Merchandise will be available external to the Stadium from 4:30pm.

Merchandise outlets are positioned external to Gates A, B and D.

Special edition RFS x Cold Chisel T-shirts will be available at these outlets but be quick! They won’t last.


Fans are encouraged to arrive early on the day and leave additional time for the Security screening process at Bankwest Stadium.

Only small bags will be permitted entry to the venue and should be no larger than 30x40cm.

Unauthorised Ticket Sellers

Remember Ticketek is the ONLY authorised ticketing agent for this event. To ensure you don’t end up with invalid tickets, DO NOT buy them through any unauthorised re-sellers such as Viagogo, Ticketmaster Resale, Tickets, eBay, Gumtree, Tickets Australia, Ticket Merchant, Ticket Blaster, Ticket Bis, Queenoftickets, etc.

Bankwest Stadium has no obligation to honour tickets bought from any agent other than Ticketek.

We don’t want anyone to miss out on what is sure to be an awesome night, so spread the word.

Fact Sheet

Take a look at our helpful fact sheet for a bunch of information about the event. Here

The Stadium

For more information on the Stadium, including Conditions of Entry, transport, FAQs, maps and more head to the event page here.

Bankwest Stadium App

Download the Bankwest Stadium App and join SCORE to get access to exclusive food and beverage discounts, promotions, prizes and ticket offers while you’re at the Stadium.

Head here for more info on the App and SCORE.

10,000 Tickets Snapped Up in Days for First Concert at Bankwest Stadium

Fans are clamouring to see iconic Aussie bands Cold Chisel and Hoodoo Gurus in the first ever concert at Bankwest Stadium, with 10,000 tickets already taken up in pre-sales for the event.

General public tickets go on sale 11am Monday for the historic concert to be staged on Friday 24 January – the perfect way to kick off the Australia Day weekend.

Tickets can be purchased via Ticketek here

The Bankwest Stadium show is the only Sydney appearance by legendary Cold Chisel on their Blood Moon Tour 2020.

Bankwest Stadium CEO Daryl Kerry urged fans keen to witness Cold Chisel return to the stage – along with Hoodoo Gurus, Birds of Tokyo and Busby Marou – to book early as the show is expected to sell out in advance.

“Cold Chisel and Hoodoo Gurus playing live at Bankwest Stadium on the Australia Day weekend . . . it doesn’t get much better or more Australian than that,” Mr Kerry said.

“From 11am Monday, general public tickets go on sale for the concert, which promises to be a very special evening for the Stadium and for Western Sydney.”

Bankwest Stadium is a 30,000-seat rectangular stadium in Parramatta that was built with the event experience front of mind. It features the steepest grandstands in the country and gets fans closer to the action than ever before, either for sport or entertainment events.

Mr Kerry said feedback from fans had been overwhelmingly positive and there was widespread excitement about the first concert at the Stadium.

“By any measure, Bankwest Stadium has been a fantastic success in its first six months of operation and the fans have voted with their feet by turning up for the events,” Mr Kerry said.

Since their legendary Last Stand back in 1983, Cold Chisel has reformed for just four national tours, but they almost always played indoors and those gigs didn’t happen over the holidays.

“We’ve only done four tours since the early 80’s so we need to make each of them count,” said Chisel’s legendary frontman, Jimmy Barnes.

“We knew that if we were going to get the band back together for another full tour it would have to be something really special.”

Cold Chisel’s classic songs like Khe Sanh, Flame Trees, Bow River, My Baby, Cheap Wine, Saturday Night and You Got Nothing I Want have become the soundtrack to our Australian summers and will now be the soundtrack to Bankwest Stadium’s first ever concert.

Over the course of their career, Cold Chisel has sold almost 7 million albums across vinyl, cassette, CD, downloads and streaming.

They’ve been inducted to the ARIA Hall Of Fame and received the Ted Albert Award for Outstanding Services to Australian Music.

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