Guns N’ Roses are finally in New Zealand!
They’re headed to Wellington’s Sky Stadium this Thursday (December 8) and Auckland’s Eden park this Saturday (December 10), alongside special guests The Chats and Alien Weaponry.
Those two nights are sure to be as fun as can be, and we wanna make sure you’ve got all the info before your huge night of rocking out.
5pm - Gates open
5.30pm - Alien Weaponry
6.20pm - The Chats
7.30pm - Guns N’ Roses are on!
*Timings subject to change
Parking and transport
There are extra train services running to and from this event on the Hutt, Kapiti and Johnsonville lines. Event tickets can be used for this on the Kapiti and Hutt lines only and can be purchased at ticket offices or onboard services.
The Sky Stadium car park is open for this event at a cost of $32 online (fees apply) or $35 at the gate (non-refundable). Click here to purchase your park.
If you already purchased a car parking ticket for the 2021 show, it will remain valid for this show. If you require a mobility car park, please contact Sky Stadium’s main reception on 04 473 3881 by midday on Wednesday 7 December.
To find out what you can and can’t bring into the stadium, click here.
4.30pm - Eden Park gates open
Performer timings TBC...
Parking and transport
Busses will be on their regular schedule, and you can jump on with your event ticket. The scheduled bus services will be working from 2pm until end of services that day.
Travel on scheduled trains is included with your ticket from 2pm until end of services that day. Simply show your concert ticket at the manned gate at your station if asked by on-board staff.
Eastern Line – buses will replace trains between Otahuhu and Manukau.
Southern Line - buses will replace trains between Otahuhu and Papakura.
The Downtown Ferry Terminal is next to the Britomart Transport Centre; ferry passengers can easily transfer to train or bus at Britomart to make their way to Eden Park. Normal fares/passes apply for ferry services.
There is no parking at Eden Park on a game day for the general public and all vehicles must display a relevant parking permit.
Some areas around the stadium, including areas within the parking scheme, are reserved for traffic management. For a map of where you can park, click here.
For more Auckland Transport information, click here.
And for what you can and can't bring into Eden Park, click here.
That should be everything you need to know before seeing Axl Rose and the rest of the band this weeked. Enjoy!