Queensland’s iconic Suncorp Stadium has renewed its long-standing partnership with Ticketek.
The ticketing services relationship spans more than three decades and has covered some of the greatest moments in Australian sport and entertainment at the stadium in Milton, Brisbane.
The latest multi-year renewal commences in 2018 and includes a major investment in new technology to enhance the fan event-day experience, the provision of market-leading digital marketing and communications platforms and new fan-friendly digital innovations, including 3D digital seating maps.
TEG CEO Geoff Jones has thanked Stadiums Queensland and Suncorp Stadium management for extending a partnership that is at the heart of Queensland’s sports and entertainment industry.
“When it comes to the glorious history, the iconic stature of the building and the electrifying atmospherics generated in this cauldron, Suncorp Stadium is on a level all of its own,” said Jones.
“It is by far the most successful rectangular major event stadium in Australia and is loved by generations of fans, players and performers.
“I am proud and delighted that Suncorp Stadium will be a Ticketek partner for the years ahead.”
The General Manager of Suncorp Stadium, Alan Graham, said it was important for the stadium to secure a ticketing partner which would continue to deliver value and quality, and keep pace with the ever-changing advances in technology and ticketing services.
“Ticketek, as Australasia’s leading ticketing company, are at the forefront of technological developments and customer service,” said Graham.
“We are delighted to have them back on board and look forward to continuing to work with them to offer world-class ticketing services to our venue hirers and patrons.”
Suncorp Stadium is the home ground of the Queensland Maroons, Brisbane Broncos, Brisbane Roar and Queensland Reds. The Wallabies, Socceroos and Kangaroos play regular World Cup and international matches at Suncorp Stadium and the world’s top artists such as Coldplay, Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran and U2 have filled the venue.