Katy Perry Fight On Event

International superstar Katy Perry is set to play a free, one-off concert in Bright on Wednesday, 11 March!

02 March 2020

Update 9 March:



Access to Pioneer Park opens at 2pm.

Gates to the event open at 4pm.

Gates close at 8pm.

** Please bring a printed version of your ticket **

Are there any age restrictions? 

FIGHT ON is a family-friendly event without age restrictions. Children under the age of 15 must be under the supervision of a responsible adult (18 years of age or older) at all times.

Children under the age of 5 years do not require a ticket, and can enter with a valid ticket holder. Children aged 5 and over require their own ticket. Prams will be permitted. Please note - this will be a noisy, crowded event. If you choose to bring small children, please cater for them accordingly.  

Are there food and beverages available?

A food court will be operating with a variety of food and drink options for all the family.  Attendees can also bring their own picnic to the event. Bags and eskies will be security checked upon entry to the event. This event is alcohol and glass free.

There will be water refill stations available.

Am I able to bring my own chair to the event?  

Yes. You can bring your own chair or picnic rugs. Please be aware that anyone carrying a chair will be directed to a specific chair-designated area, further back from the stage. The spaces closest to the stage will not be designated for chairs, they will be standing room only.

Will there be an accessible viewing area available for the event?

Yes, there will be an accessible viewing area available for the event. 

Will there be safety and security?  

Yes. The event has security patrols and local police present. Bags will be security checked upon entry to the event. A manned First Aid tent will be in operation throughout the event. 

What will happen in the case of wet weather?

The event will go ahead unless the weather has been deemed dangerous or risks public safety. In the unlikely event that any/all parts of the event are to be cancelled, an announcement will be made on site and through event-related social media channels. 

Are there public toilets?

Yes, public toilets are located at various locations within the event precinct and will be well sign posted. 


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Is there parking at the event?

Yes, there is free parking available walking distance from the event. We encourage attendees to arrive early and carpool to help limit possible traffic congestion in and around the area on the evening of the concert.    

There will be no parking at the Pioneer Park precinct. However, designated parking areas will be available walking distance from the event.

Disabled parking will also be available.

We encourage ticket holders to use the user-pays bus service available, walk, cycle, be dropped off or car pool.

Directions to free parking will be available here closer to the event.

Is the event running a bus from Alpine Shire towns to the event?

A user-pays shuttle service will be running for ticket holders from Myrtleford to Bright, Porepunkah to Bright and Mount Beauty to Bright.

We encourage attendees to make use of this service, as there will be limited vehicle access and parking near the venue. Tickets will be checked prior to boarding the bus - anyone without a ticket will not be permitted to use the bus service.

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More information will be available soon - keep an eye on Council's Facebook page and this page for all updates.

Is the event running a return shuttle service from Melbourne to the event in Bright?

No, the event will not be running a dedicated service from Melbourne to the event. Ticketholders are advised to make their own way to Bright.

Should I allow extra time if there are lots of people attending?

Yes, we recommend you plan ahead so that you avoid any traffic congestion entering Pioneer Park Recreation Reserve.  Food and beverage options will be available during the afternoon so we encourage you to arrive early and enjoy the beautiful surrounds of Pioneer Park prior to the concert.

Please note - this is a ticketed event. If you do not have a ticket, you will not gain entry to the event.

Residents from Alpine and Towong shires, and emergency service workers will have the chance to experience Katy Perry live on Wednesday, 11 March.

Hard copy tickets are available for residents of the Alpine Shire, Falls Creek and Mount Hotham. 

Ticket distribution pop-ups will be held in Bright, Myrtleford, Mount Beauty and Harrietville tomorrow, and Mount Hotham and Falls Creek on Wednesday. You will be required to prove that you live in the Alpine Shire at the time of collection.

Please read the information on our website carefully for information on where to collect your ticket, and what to bring: https://www.alpineshire.vic.gov.au/katy-perry-event.

Emergency services personnel will receive information from their respective agencies with information on how to register via a priority portal.

Image thanks to @katyperry

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