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Twenty20 Big Bash League - Melbourne Stars v Sydney Thunder

Dec 17, 2011

This history-making Twenty20 match will see the MCG's home team Melbourne Stars play its first Big Bash League match at the 'G on Saturday December 17 at 7.00pm.  

Event:                          Twenty20 Big Bash League
Teams:                        Melbourne Stars v Sydney Thunder
Date:                          Saturday December 17, 2011
MCG iPhone appStart time:                   7.00pm

Gate opening times
Public/AFL members: 5.30pm
MCC members: 5.00pm

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

Car park opening time
Gate 3 - 2.00pm
Gate 5 - 4.00pm
Gate 6 - 5.00pm
Gate 7 - 3.00pm

Patrons are advised that due to the water recycling facility construction and additional Yarra Park upgrade works, parking availability for Saturday's match will be limited. Those attending the event are advised to allow plenty of time to arrive at the ground and take public transport where possible.

Expected attendance: 40,000

MCC visitor tickets 
MCC visitor tickets can be purchased in advance through Ticketek. A maximum of four per member applies. They cost $25 (adults) and $7 (children under 15).

Public tickets
Reserved seats can be purchased in advance through Ticketek.

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View the Big Bash League MCG seating plan.

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MEXICAN WAVE - Contrary to media reporting, Cricket Australia's Venue Conditions of Entry prohibits the Mexican Wave inside the MCG at cricket matches. 

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PUBLIC TICKET PRICES

 

 General
Admission

Category B 

 Category A

 Adult

 $20

 $30

 $40

 Junior

 $5

 $10

 $15

 Concession

 $12

 $18

$24 

 Family

 $40

 $60

 $80

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