Perth Concert Hall
Perth Concert Hall is renowned for having one of the finest acoustics in the southern hemisphere. The concert hall is the home and serves as the primary performance venue for the West Australian Symphony Orchestra (WASO), and hosts a number of diverse performances and events all year round.
Perth Concert Hall was designed by architects Jeffery Howlett and Don Bailey, with construction and completion carried out by Sabemo (WA). The building was opened on Australia Day in January 1973 and serves as a prime example of the “brutalist” mid-century architecture style.
The London Symphony, Chicago and Berlin Philharmonic Orchestras are among the great classical ensembles that have performed at the venue, as have many of the world’s best contemporary artists including; Ray Charles, PJ Harvey, Nina Simone, Sting, Tim Minchin and KD Lang.
Latecomers will not be admitted until a suitable break during the performance.
Mobile devices are to be turned off during the performance.
Cameras, video cameras and tape recording and the use of selfie sticks, is strictly prohibited without the consent of the promoter.
Outside food and beverage is not permitted in the venue.
Please note that incorrectly adjusted hearing aids may disturb other patrons.
No age restrictions apply at Perth Concert Hall, but it is standard venue policy that children 15 years of age and younger must be accompanied by a parent/guardian.
The authorised ticket seller for any events sold on this website is Perth Concert Hall. Please be aware that Perth Concert Hall has no obligation to honour tickets purchased via unauthorised re-sellers. If you attend an event with a ticket purchased via an unauthorised re-seller such as Viagogo, Ticketbis, eBay, Gumtree, Tickets Australia or otherwise, you may be refused entry to the event.
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