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Twenty20 Big Bash - Victoria v Queensland

Jan 02, 2011

Event:                          Twenty20 Big Bash
Teams:                        Victoria vs Queensland
Date:                           Sunday January 2, 2011
Start time:                   7.00pm

Schedule:
Session 1     7.00pm - 8.20pm
Interval           8.20pm - 8.35pm
Session 2     8.35pm - 9.55pm

Gate opening times: 
MCC members:             5.00pm
Public/AFL members:    5.00pm

Car park opening times:   
Gate 3 - 2.00pm
Gate 5 - 4.00pm
Gate 6 - 5.00pm
Gate 7 - 3.00pm*
*Gate 7 is for those with corporate, media or disabled passes only.

Crowd estimate: 30,000

National Sports Museum: Open for patrons with an event ticket from 5.00pm until 7.00pm.

Public Tickets:
Public tickets for KFC Twenty20 Big Bash are now on sale through Ticketek

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For this match only, purchase a gold reserve ticket and you can bring a friend for free*!

*Conditions Apply. May not be used in conjunction with any other offer. Tickets available in this offer are limited. The second ticket must be of equal value to the first purchased ticket. Offer only available online or over the phone. Two-for-one offer not available at box offices/agencies or at the venue.

MCC Members:
MCC visitor tickets are now on sale through Ticketek 

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