STATEMENT FROM STAR ENTERTAINMENT RE: 'The Magical Music of Harry Potter: Live in Concert' and 'The Lord of the Rings & The Hobbit' Cancelled
Wednesday 30 March, 2022
"Dear Customers and audiences in Australia and New Zealand,
We were going to offer you a very special night out with “The Magical Music of Harry Potter” and "Lord Of The Rings and The Hobbit- The Concert" in May and June 2022 across Oceania.
You may not realise but we have international cast and crew coming in for the production, and this is to give you the best possible experience.
In any other time this would be usually without problem. The various different restrictions across the world are still having a huge impact on our full tours going ahead, and we can’t get the shows to happen as we would wish
We all had great expectations for these shows that our team has been planning, but we need to postpone our concerts to 2023.
Unfortunately we are unable to fit Perth into the new routing and availabilities we have received from venues. Star Entertainment is really sorry and would like to offer you the chance to obtain a refund.
The good news is, if you are able to travel, our stars will be performing on new dates in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Gold Coast in 2023!"
- Jaka Bizilj, CEO Star Entertainment GmbH
PERTH CONCERT HALL NOW OPERATING WITH MODIFIED LEVEL 1 PUBLIC HEALTH AND SOCIAL MEASURES
From Thursday 31 March 2022, Perth Concert Hall is operating with a capacity limit of 75% in accordance with the Western Australian Government’s modified Level 1 public health and social measures. These measures are designed to help manage COVID-19 in our community and keep you safe.
WE ARE OPEN
The Box Office is open Monday to Friday 9am-5pm and 90 minutes prior to performances. Find out what's on here.
KEEPING YOU SAFE AT EVENTS
Perth Concert Hall has a Government approved COVID-19 Safety Plan. The safety of our audience, employees and the community is our priority. All venue employees and artists are fully vaccinated and important hygiene measures are observed across the venue at all times.
As a condition of entry, all visitors aged 16 years and over are required to:
- Show proof of double dose COVID-19 vaccination OR an acceptable medical exemption
- Check in using the ServiceWA app, SafeWA app, or manual sign-in sheet
- Wear a mask at all times except when eating and drinking OR provide an acceptable medical exemption*
*In accordance with the Level 2 public health and social measures, children in Year 3 and above are also required to wear masks.
If you are unwell or showing any COVID-19 symptoms, please stay at home.
IF ANYTHING CHANGES, WE’LL LET YOU KNOW
Changes to public health and social measures may impact our events, requiring us to alter venue capacity and other entry requirements. Should any of these changes affect your attendance, we will endeavour to inform you as soon as possible.
STATEMENT FROM JESSICA MAUBOY RE: 'Jessica Mauboy: The Boss Lady Tour' Rescheduled
Thursday 17 March, 2022
"Hey you mob, it is with a heavy heart I have to announce The Boss Lady Tour date for Perth on Thursday April 7 will be rescheduled to Thursday November 3. With the ongoing challenges from the pandemic, we have had to make the hard decision to move this date to make sure the safety of everyone is paramount. I want to thank you all for the support and understanding and I can’t wait to bring my band to Perth and share The Boss Lady show with you all. It's going to be a very special night. Sending big love and light to you all JM xx "
- Jessica Mauboy
STATEMENT FROM WESTERN AUSTRALIAN CHARITY ORCHESTRA INC. RE: 'Symphony of Colour' Rescheduled
Friday 11 March, 2022
"In an effort to keep all our community safe in light of COVID-19, we have made the unfortunate decision to postpone Symphony of Colour from April 9th 2022.
Symphony of Colour will now be taking place on July 22nd, 2022 at the Perth Concert Hall.
We appreciate your support and understanding during this time."
- Western Australian Charity Orchestra Inc.