Melbourne Cricket Ground - Dreamtime at the 'G sold out
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Dreamtime at the 'G sold out

May 23, 2013

Richmond's Robin Nahas and Nathan Foley celebrate a goal during Dreamtime at the 'G in 2012.The AFL wishes to advise that the Public Reserve has SOLD OUT for Saturday’s Dreamtime at the 'G match between Richmond and Essendon at the MCG.

Richmond and Essendon club general admission members who have not already upgraded to a reserved seat/standing room ticket will not be able to scan into the ground on the day.

Please note: Anyone holding a Dreamtime at the 'G admission ticket will still be able to scan into the stadium.

Separately, very limited number of reserved seats remain in the AFL Reserve, and AFL members are advised to pre-book.

MCC members are still able to purchase a limited number of visitor tickets for guests (maximum of four per member).

Walk-up seating in the MCC Reserve will be available for members and guests on Saturday night.

All gates will open at 4.00pm for the curtain raiser match. See event details.

Patrons attending the match are advised to allow plenty of time to arrive at the stadium and to take public transport where possible, as parking in Yarra Park will reach capacity early due to the expected high demand.

 

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