Melbourne Park advises all patrons to arrive early for best access to our venue with multiple events on across our precinct. With plenty of food & beverage options inside Margaret Court Arena we encourage all patrons to come in early, settle into their seat and get ready for what's sure to be an electric night out.

Margaret Court Arena is best approached from the CBD by foot, and is just a 10 minute walk from Federation Square via Birrarung Marr and the Tanderrum Bridge.

Please note that our Multi-Storey Carpark has reached capacity with multiple events on across our precinct on February 1st. We encourage all patrons to use public transport options where available or use available city parking. The MCG's Yarra Park is also expected to open for this busy period, with full parking schedule details accessible here.


Making plans to ride his newly minted Australian #1 single ‘Shotgun’ all the way into the hot Australian sun, English singer-songwriter George Ezra announces a return to the sunburnt country with some colossal 2019 dates!

Recently bestowed as the biggest song of the UK summer by the Official Charts Company, ‘Shotgun’ has taken off big-time Down Under. Its ridiculously catchy chorus and adorably quirky video clip have been inescapable, boosting Ezra’s sophomore record Staying at Tamara’s into the ARIA Top 10 and laying the foundation for huge 2019 shows in Perth, Brisbane, Adelaide, Sydney and Melbourne. From humble beginnings as a ‘have guitar – will travel’ type roaming around the pubs and clubs of his native Bristol, George Ezra has dominated the musical landscape over the past few years.

His debut album Wanted on Voyage is certified 4x Platinum in the UK, Gold in the US, and was amongst the top 10 biggest selling artist albums in the UK in both 2014 and 2015, reaching #1 in the Official UK Chart and spending 122 weeks in the chart overall.

The man himself is as casual and laid back as modern superstars come. In fact, he drew inspiration for Staying at Tamara’s by doing just that: renting an Airbnb in Barcelona from a stranger named Tamara and allowing her artist friends to guide him through the city while he sketched out the song ideas that would become his second record.

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Please note that considerable lane closures will be in place on Olympic Boulevard for up to five days in February, with vehicle access to venues and carpark available only via Batman Avenue & Alexandra Avenue.

Tram 70 (Wattle Park) will also be affected by this road closure between AAMI Park (Stop 7D) and Richmond Station (Stop 8) on Swan Street.

Patrons will still be able to access all venues with minor detours on foot. You can view more detailed information and maps about these roadworks here.

For more information on road closures around our precinct please visit the Victoria’s Big Build website (bigbuild.vic.gov.au). Guests with further enquiries about these closures or additional event information can contact us on (03) 9286 1600 or via email at enquiries@mopt.vic.gov.au. Roads information is available on 1800 105 105




George Ezra

Saturday 2 February

Doors: 7.00pm

Eves Karydas: 8.00pm

George Erza: 9.15pm

*Set times are subject to change