MELBOURNE F.A.Q.

MELBOURNE

What is it?
15+ acts, all handpicked by the Hoodoo Gurus performing across three venues and four stages all within five minutes walk of each other in central city Melbourne. Take advantage of all days pass outs, a street full of quality food and restricted capacity. With all events held indoors there is no fear of sunburn here!

How much are tickets?
Tickets are $113.60
(includes booking fee – some transaction fees may apply)

Are there any reserved seats?
No. Dig it Up! Melbourne is entirely a GA event.

Can under 18’s attend?
No. This is an over-18’s event only.

Is there an entrance point for Dig It Up!
Before entering any of the Dig it Up! venues everyone must first exchange their ticket for a wristband. This exchange will happen at the Palace Theatre box office from 1.00pm on show day. Once the wristband has been secured patrons are free to visit any of three venues.

Who’s playing?
The Sonics (USA), Died Pretty, Redd Kross (USA), The 5.6.7.8’s (Japan), The Fleshtones (USA), Hard-Ons, The Lovetones, Beaches, The Frowning Clouds plus PLUS Hoodoo Gurus performing Stoneage Romeos in its entirety (plus other smash hits) – with more to be announced.

Can I keep my ticket?
No. Sorry. Tickets are to be exchanged for wristbands. This is necessary for crowd control. Wristband exchange will be available from one hour prior to the first acts performance.

What are the playing times?
Set times will be posted shortly. Crossover between acts is minimal. The expected ebb and flow of the day should make it possible for anyone to see all acts.

Are there pass-outs?
Yes. Your wristband allows you to enter and leave the venue at any time.

Is there anywhere to eat?
Bourke St. is full of interesting places to eat. Make the most of it! There will not be any food stalls.

Where is it?
The Palace Theatre
is at 20-30 Bourke St. Melbourne
Ph: (03) 9650 0180 | www.palace.com.au

Pony is just around the corner at 68 Little Collins Steet, Melbourne
www.pony.net.au

Spleen is directly across the road from the Palace, at 41 Bourke Street, Melbourne
www.comedyatspleen.com

Where is the Palace second stage?
Upstairs – 3rd floor of the Palace.