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AFL Rd 6 - Collingwood v Essendon

Apr 25, 2014

Event: AFL Round 6
Teams: Collingwood v Essendon
Date: Friday April 25
Start time: 2.40pm

Gate opening:
Public: 12.00pm
AFL Members Reserve: 12.00pm
MCC Members Reserve: 10.30am

Expected attendance: 90,000

Event Schedule:

1.19pm: The Rising Suns - Australian Army Rock Band
1.38pm: Warm-up opportunity for clubs
1.56pm: Motorcade
2.04pm: The Good Times Band - Leo Sayer, Richard Clapton, Russell Morris and Wilbur Wild
2.17pm: Joint cheer squad banner display
2.20pm: Essendon enters arena
2.23pm: Collingwood enters arena
2.31pm: Teams and umpires line up for observance ceremony
2.38pm: Coin toss
2.40pm: Match starts
3.45pm (approx.): Half-time – Performance by Kate Ceberano
5.15pm (approx.): Presentation of Anzac medal and trophy

Public Tickets:

The public allocation of tickets for the ANZAC Day match between Collingwood and Essendon is now exhausted. There will be no further release of tickets in the Public Reserve.

Please note: A $3.00 surcharge has been added to all AFL Anzac Round adult public tickets with proceeds going directly to the Anzac Centenary Public Fund.

Public Ticket Classification: A-Reserved - view seating plan

Car park opening:
Gate 3: 6.00am
Gate 5: 9.00am
Gate 6: 11.00am
Gate 7: 7.00am (media, corporate and disabled pass holders only)

MCC Visitor Tickets:

Visitor tickets to this match have sold out.  MCC members of all categories may access remaining seating in the MCC Reserve on a first-in, first-served basis via Gate 2 from 10.30am on Anzac Day.

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