Going To Justin Bieber? You Need To Read This First

Hear those girls screaming? That would be because Justin Bieber’s in town.

But if you clicked on this link, you know that – because:

a)     You’re a Belieber

b)     You’re responsible for a Belieber

So to ensure things go smoothly for you tonight, we’ve put together all the details you need to know!

Event Times

5.30pm – Gates Open

6.15pm – Sheppard performs

7.00pm – Martin Garrix performs

8.15pm – Justin Bieber scheduled to perform (approximately)

10.30pm – End of show

Getting There

Fifteen minute parking restrictions apply for the local area around Suncorp Stadium.

Fans are being encouraged to make the most of FREE public transport to and from the show (using their event ticket). The free travel period applies from four hours before till four hours after the end time.


Milton Station is 500m away via a pedestrian walkway while Roma Street Station is 1.14km away.

Check Translink for the last train times departing Milton and Roma Street which vary from between 11.12pm (Caboolture) and 11.52pm (Cleveland).

Shuttle Buses

If you have a pre-purchased ticket you can travel free to and from the concert on shuttle bus services operating in the following locations:


Bought Resale Tickets?

Brisbane customers who didn’t purchase their tickets through official means could be turned away at the door after a complaint lodged against two of Australia’s ticket resale sites.

Choice Magazine has named Viagogo and Ticketmaster in the complaint to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) for selling tickets at hugely inflated prices.

"We found Ticketmaster Resale listed VIP tickets to Justin Bieber's concert at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane for $2,555, a 374 percent markup on the face value of $539," Choice Magazine spokesman Tom Godfrey said.

Customers who have purchased resale tickets could have had their tickets cancelled, with Stadiums Queensland previously revealing they scour websites for resale tickets – often cancelling them before they can be sold.

In Queensland, anti-scalping laws make it illegal to sell or buy tickets for more than 10% above the original sale value.

The fines are $2438 for sellers and $609.50 for buyers.

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