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Perth Arena, Perth

(3.7/5 based on 380+ reviews on the web)
A vast--13.5 hectares (33 acres)--architecturally striking construction of colored glass, sharp angles, and canopies, Perth Arena serves as host to sporting events, concerts, and conferences. Opened in 2012, the center boasts a retractable roof, 36 corporate suites, five function spaces, and an underground car park. When full, the arena can accommodate 15,500 spectators. Plan your Perth Arena visit and explore what else you can see and do in Perth using our Perth trip itinerary builder.
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  • Just enjoyed the NBL final. The atmosphere was electric. The view fantastic! It is clean and kids friendly.  more »
  • My first time to the Arena was to see Bruce Springsteen. Third time seeing him, all different venues. On reading other reviews, it really must matter where you are in the arena. My husband and I thoug...  more »
  • We saw Bruce at the Arena recently and he was fantastic. The acoustics are fantastic as were views. Easy to access and egress the stadium and getting to our chairs was a breeze. Great for live music, ...  more »
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  • An amazing venue for sports and music. The sound system is superb and setup great for the basketball. It was very clean and had many bars and toilets inside so you were never unable to get where you wanted at any one time. I would recommend visiting here if you see something on you are interested in.
  • we came to the Andre Rieu concert on Thursday ,we were seated on the extreme right of the stage ,we were in row W seats 7 /8 we could hardly see the stage and definitely couldn't see any expressions on their faces there,wasn't a screen to assist us ,the screens were facing the audience that already had a better view than we had ,I had seen his show when he came a few years ago at Subiaco ,and it was wonderful white horses pulling chariots ,ice skaters ,a full compliment of dancers and so much more !!! we left before the end ,we were so angry ,it was a dreadful experience ,those seats should not have been sold to anyone ,I would like a refund , sincerely Doreen Bloxham ps I hope management have a conscience .
  • World Class Events In A World Class Venue. Perth Arena is Western Australia’s landmark home of live entertainment, music and sports. Widely reported as Australia’s finest venue, the 15,000 capacity Perth Arena features breathtaking design and world-leading technology. In Perth Arena’s short two and a half year history, it has successfully brought the world’s best sporting and entertainment events to Western Australia. The state of the art entertainment venue has led the way for artist and fan experience and triumphed on the world stage. Many artists rave about the venue’s acoustics, but just as important the fans continue to return multiple times a year for different shows. Since opening with Sir Elton John in November 2012, over 2 million people have visited the venue for over 200 major events. Perth Arena has landed on the map as a must-play destination for the world’s top touring artists, providing a brilliant stage for a multitude of superstars already, including Bruce Springsteen, P!NK, Queen & Adam Lambert, Beyoncé, Rod Stewart, Justin Timberlake, The Rolling Stones, Ed Sheeran, KISS, Rod Stewart, The Eagles, Michael Bublé and Katy Perry. Perth Arena has also given our sporting favourites an opportunity to thrive and excel. The venue has hosted the Hopman Cup with record attendance and stellar players, such as Andy Murray, Serena and Venus Williams, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Novak Djokovic as well as Ana Ivanovic, all valuing the tournament for their Australian Open preparation. The Perth Wildcats have scaled new heights on and off the court by regularly playing in front of more than 12,000 people, transforming the CBD into a sea of red on a Friday night.
  • Great venue, seen Andre Rieu here last night, it was so easy to navigate my way around, very organised, there were staff on the ground advising where to park and what exits to take on way out and giving ticket information, very helpful. I wouldn't hesitate to visit again.
  • Great building with plenty of modern facilities. Confusing shape of a building bit once inside it's a breeze to find everything. Only gripe is the bar staff in the GA section. They were slow and the layout of the barriers was terrible.