What You Need To Know For the Bryan Adams ADOTG Concert

Imagine this: kicking back with friends while listening to the wondrous rock sounds of Bryan Adams, Daryl Braithwaite and Thirsty Merc at the magnificent Mitchelton Wines in Nagambie. Well, luckily, you don’t have to imagine – as that’s what you’ll get at the Bryan Adams ADOTG Concert this Saturday. To familiarise and help you prepare for the big day, we’ve created a handy guide which covers information about the day, what to bring and how to get there.

A Day on The Green

About the event

This Saturday 13 January 2017, Canadian singer, songwriter and producer, Bryan Adams, will play his first ever show in Nagambie, Victoria. Adams will perform for just over two hours, singing some of his classic songs such as “Summer of ’69”, “Heaven”, and “All for Love”. The show is part of Adams’ Ultimate Tour, and is the 19th concert tour by the Canadian singer.

Show times

Gates will open at 3PM with Australian pop rock band, Thirsty Merc, coming onstage at 5.15PM and Australian, Aria Hall of Fame singer, Daryl Braithwaite singing at 6.30PM. Bryan Adams will take to the main stage at 8PM and perform until end of show at 10.05PM.

Ticket prices

To experience this memorable event, one can purchase tickets from A Day On The Green. Tickets range from $98.90 *AUD for ADOTG Member Pre-sale General Admission to $373.65 *AUD for the complete Concert & Dining experience.

What to bring

As with any music concert, it’s important you bring adequate supplies to get you through the day. Make sure to be wearing sunscreen and have a hat as it’s an outdoor event. However, knowing Victoria’s temperamental weather, you should prepare for rain, too. Be sure to check the forecast and bring suitable shoes, as well as a poncho or raincoat. You may also bring food and water, however, there will be a number of exception food vendors from which you can choose from.

How to get there

Reliable and secure transport to and from the venue is crucial to alleviate any stress on the day. The best way to get to the concert is by bus. Melbourne on the Move is offering coach transfers from Melbourne, Seymour, Bendigo, Heathcote, Shepparton and Kirwans Bridge to and from the winery. We also provide a shuttle service from The Black Caviar Status in Nagambie and also from Nagambie Lakes Leisure Park. To book, visit our website or call us on 1300 55 86 86.

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