One of Australia’s greatest bands, Icehouse, returns to WA to play a very special, very massive show at WA’s most exciting new venue - City Beach Reserve. Icehouse have left an indelible mark on Oz music from their pub rock days, to a string of iconic hits and amazing live performances. They will be joined by their very special friends Pete Murray, You am I, Tex Perkins, and Killing Heidi to form a massive line up.
Due to the ongoing hard border closure in Western Australia, BY THE C featuring ICEHOUSE, which was to be held on Saturday November 7 2020, will now be rescheduled to SATURDAY MARCH 27, 2021. It will still be held at the same venue - City Beach Oval.
We understand this is the second time we have had to reschedule this show. However the uncertainty surrounding the COVID 19 situation and ultimately the hard border closure in Western Australia has meant that we cannot get the artists into Western Australia without having to quarantine all artists and crew for 14 days.
Again, we are extremely fortunate that there is no change to the line-up thanks to the incredible support of the artists and their management.
All ticketholders can retain their existing ticket - whether it be for the original April date or the November date - and use it for the rescheduled date on March 27, and don’t need to do anything further. We would urge you to hold on to your ticket if you can, so that we can still engage the performers, crew, food vendors, and the many contractors that rely on events like this for their livelihood.
Of course should you not be able to attend on the new date and do not want to retain your ticket, refunds will be available for 30 days - until Friday November 6. Please contact Ticketmaster, the authorised ticketing agent, to organise your refund. We ask you to exercise patience at this time.
Thanks again for your patience, but we guarantee this concert will be worth the wait!
A NOTE FROM THE PROMOTER
Whilst we support the WA border closures to a degree, we cant emphasise enough the damage that it is doing to some WA businesses, including those in the concert and events industry. As long as our border is closed, the ability to stage amazing concerts, events and live entertainment will be severely restricted and the WA public will keep missing out. We urge the McGowan government to consult with our industry and try to work on creative solutions to the problem and not just continue ad infinitum with the hard line approach.
A lot goes in to putting on a show, and it’s not just performers and promoters who are suffering right now. It’s also the production crew, roadies, venue and hospitality staff, agents, food vendors, publicists, and marketing teams. If you have a ticket to this concert or any upcoming event that has been postponed (and not cancelled), as an industry, we ask for your continued support by holding on to your ticket. This allows you, the performers, and everyone behind the scenes the certainty of a rescheduled event – even if the date is TBA.
All refund requests must be submitted to Ticketmaster by Friday November 6.