2021 Valentine’s Concert
The City is pleased to announce the 2021 Valentine’s Concert has been rescheduled to Thursday 18 March 2021 at the Joondalup Resort with Perth Symphony Orchestra performing 80s Symphonic Spectacular.
If you are able to attend the revised date of Thursday 18 March, your current tickets will still be valid and no further action is required. A pre-event email will be sent to you closer to the event date with further information.
If you are unable to attend the Valentine’s Concert on the rescheduled date of 18 March 2021, you can access a full refund.
Be transported back to the age of roller skates, classic TV themes and the greatest pop songs of all time at the 2021 Valentine’s Concert.
Join Perth Symphony Orchestra and guests for a celebration of the greatest 80s soundtrack in 80s Symphonic Spectacular, in a world premier performance created for the City of Joondalup with arrangements by Grammy award winning composer Steve Sidwell.
Whether you’re giving it up because Girls Just Wanna Have Fun, you’re reminiscing on silver and small screen favorites like Footloose, or if you just Wanna Dance with Somebody, this is the 80s party for you! Featuring Perth’s finest West Australian voices. Get ready for the Time of Your Life dancing to memories of Material Girls and a time when Livin’ on a Prayer got us at least half-way there. Woah-oh!
The 2021 Valentine’s Concert will be held on Thursday 18 March 2021 on the picturesque grounds of the Joondalup Resort, Connolly.
The Valentine’s Concert was sold out however some tickets may become available for the new event date of Thursday 18 March 2021, once refunds are processed. Any tickets that become available for sale will be made available via Ticketbooth from 9.00am on Monday 1 March 2021, visit ticketbooth.com.au to access tickets.
All patrons aged six years and over require a ticket to gain entry to the event. Patrons can present their ticket in hard copy or present their ticket on an electronic device to gain entry to the event. If the patron chooses to present tickets on an electronic device, they must consider the following:
- Turn the brightness up to high to ensure the scanners can pick up the barcode
- Have the e-ticket open with the barcode clearly displayed for scanning by the gate staff
- Avoid using a device with a badly cracked screen.
COVID-19 Event Information
The City has implemented a range of measures to ensure the Valentine’s Concert is a COVID safe event, key elements of the 2021 Valentine’s Concert COVID Event Plan include:
- Reduced capacity to allow for adequate physical distancing to be maintained.
- Increased seating zones within seating area, with maximum capacities set for each zone to support physical distancing. Event staff will be on hand to monitor and direct patrons to other areas should capacities be reached.
- SafeWA app QR code will be available on entry and patrons are required to check-in to the event or complete the manual register.
- COVID Safety Marshals monitoring the event to ensure COVID Safety standards are maintained.
- Increased cleaning of communal services.
- Food vendors offering contactless pay and quick serve options. Food Vendors have also been relocated to allow for adequate physical distancing while queuing and waiting to collect food.
- Hand sanitiser is available in various locations throughout the event site.
- There will be no pass outs for the 2021 Valentine’s Concert.
Being COVID safe is a shared responsibility, ways you can help include the following:
- Download the SafeWA app prior to arriving at the venue for a quick and easy scan in on entry to the venue. The SafeWA app can be downloaded through the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store. If you don’t have a mobile phone, you will be able to register your details manually before entering the site.
- Bring your low back or high back outdoor chairs (no picnic rugs permitted, see event information for further details). Practice physical distancing and place chairs at least 1.5 meters away from other groups
- Follow the directions of staff and spread out through the venue to avoid overcrowding.
- Listen out for COVID safe information at the event and follow the directions of signage and event staff.
- Cover coughs or sneezes with a tissue or your elbow.
- Practice good personal hygiene by washing your hands when using facilities and the hand sanitiser provided throughout the site.
- If you are feeling unwell it is important that you do not attend the event.
The City will continue to monitor all relevant directions relating to COVID-19 and will follow the appropriate State Government advice.
For further information including transport and parking, accessibility, concert seating, house rules and food vendors, visit the event information webpage.
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