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Brisbane Entertainment Centre - Wed 18 Sep 2024
John Cain Arena - Tue 24 Sep 2024

Mon 29 Apr, 9am > Wed 1 May, 10am* (local)

Wed 1 May, 10am (local)

Ticket Limit: 8 per transaction**

A pre-sale is an opportunity to secure tickets prior to the public, not a preferential seating service. *Or until pre-sale allocation is sold out.
**Persons who exceed the published ticket limits may have any or all of their orders and tickets cancelled without notice. This includes orders associated with the same name, e-mail address, billing address, credit card number or other

Please view Conditions of Entry of Brisbane Entertainment Centre.
Please click here for the QLD Official Public Health direction.
Infants/Babies policy: Please refer to the Brisbane Entertainment Centre website event-specific page.
Ticket Sharing Info Guide

Brisbane Entertainment Centre Bag Restrictions: Please note backpacks of any type and size are not permitted into Brisbane Entertainment Centre, including handbags that can be worn as a backpack. All other bags must be under A4 size. Please view Conditions of Entry to the Brisbane Entertainment Centre.

Qudos Bank Arena Bag Restrictions: Please note backpacks of any type and size are not permitted into Qudos Bank Arena, including handbags that can be worn as a backpack. All other bags must be under 15x15cm.

Please view Conditions of Entry of Qudos Bank Arena

Please note that Strobe Lighting and / or special effects may be used throughout the performance.

Please note that this is an all ages show.

Free on the Knee Policy: Under 2yrs

John Cain Arena
To ensure your experience is an enjoyable one, we've prepared the following information to help you with your visit.

Getting Here:

  • We strongly recommend pre-booking your parking. Bookings close at midnight the night before the event. Drive-up spaces are limited and subject to availability.
  • Public transport is the quickest and easiest way to get to and from an event.


  • If you or someone in your party needs extra assistance or has accessibility requirements, please contact Ticketek's Accessible Bookings Hotline, or submit a request to be contacted online.
  • We recommend accessible parking is booked in advance to avoid disappointment. Please note, there are a limited number of accessible parking bays located at John Cain Arena (on Olympic Boulevard).

Prohibited Items:

  • Guests should read and understand the venue Conditions of Entry prior to booking tickets and attending the event.
  • All guests are subject to a ticket check, bag search and security screening prior to entry.
  • For sporting events at AAMI Park and John Cain Arena, any item or bag that is too large to fit under a seat is not permitted, and a limit of one bag per person applies.
  • For all other events at M&OP venues, backpacks and other large bags are not permitted. All other bags should be equivalent in size to an A4 paper, or smaller. Please refer to your event page for specific bag conditions.

Guests should read and understand the venue Conditions of Entry prior to booking tickets and attending the event.

Adelaide Entertainment Centre
Bags and backpacks larger than A3 (approx. 40cm x 30cm) are strictly prohibited – There are no storage facilities on site and we will not cloak these items. Medical items / bags will be permitted subject to inspection. Click here for Conditions of Entry.

Adelaide Entertainment Centre will become a fully cashless venue. Visit theaec.net for more info.

Ticketek takes the issue of scalping seriously.

Please comply with any stated ticket limit for this event. If you exceed the ticket limit, Ticketek may at its discretion cancel any or all of your ticket orders and tickets without notice.

This includes ticket orders associated by the same name, email address, billing address/delivery address, credit card number or any other details provided to Ticketek.

Presented by: Destroy All Lines

It’s been a long time coming, but Australian heavy metal pioneers Parkway Drive are finally coming home.

Inarguably Australia's most successful heavy metal export, Parkway Drive formed in Byron Bay in 2003. The band will return to home soil this September for their first headline tour since 2018. They’ve been home since then but have exclusively headlined festivals, including Good Things 2019, Knight And Day in 2021, and performed at the inaugural Knotfest Australia in 2023.

“Australia, it’s been a while. To be honest, it feels like forever,” Parkway Drive vocalist Winston McCall commented in a press release. “We didn’t plan it to be this way, but then again, we didn’t plan on making it this far in the first place.

“So here it is, we’re finally back, with the biggest headlining tour we have done, anywhere, ever, full stop. A celebration of a 20-year journey of the roads we have walked through, the generations, to the path we still define, our own. 20 years, through blood, sweat and tears. Still Australian, still unbreakable. Australia, turn the fuck up and make us proud, this is one for the history books.”

• City Specific Tour T-Shirt
• Tote Bag
• Sticker

All bundles will be shipped on or by June 1st, 2024 by Destroy All Lines.

Please ensure your address details in your MyTicketek are up to date.

Wed 18 Sep & Fri 20 Sep 2024
Brisbane Entertainment Centre, QLD
Sat 21 Sep 2024
Qudos Bank Arena, NSW
Sun 22 Sep & Tue 24 Sep 2024
John Cain Arena, VIC
Fri 27 Sep 2024
Adelaide Entertainment Centre Theatre, SA