Important Notice: Cashless Venue as of 23 September 2019 | Conditions of Entry

Coming Event

JONATHAN VAN NESS

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Ticket Prices

Reserved Seating - $116.25

Reserved Seating - $95.90

Reserved Seating - $80.60

VIP Meet & Greet - $340.50

 

VIP Meet & Greet:

- Premium seat

- Meet & Greeth with Jonathan

Ticket prices include GST. Service and Handling Fees and Delivery Fees may apply.

Event Starting Time

7:00pm

Please note: Running times are approximate and may be subject to change.

Cashless Venue
As part of our efforts to deliver more efficient service, the Adelaide Entertainment Centre will become a fully cashless venue, effective 23 September, 2019. From this date, we will accept payment via card only for all onsite charges, including car parking, food and beverages. Major credit cards, debit cards, Apple Pay, Google Pay and Samsung Pay will be accepted.

 

Event Food & Beverage Services

A variety of soft and alcoholic beverages as well as a limited range of snack items (e.g. potato chips, chocolate bars) only will be available for purchase prior to and during this event.

 

Order your Gourmet Hamper here

JONATHAN VAN NESS

FRI 21 FEB 2020 - THEATRE

Emmy-nominated television personality, podcaster and hairstylist to the stars, Jonathan Van Ness, is set to bring his Road to Beijing world tour to Australia and New Zealand this February!

As the star of the Emmy-nominated web series Gay of Thrones, and the Emmy-winning reality show Queer Eye, Jonathan Van Ness has become known in the entertainment industry for his fabulous, unstoppable energy.   For the first time, he will bring that energy to the stand-up stages in Australia and New Zealand, with his unforgettable live show, serving cirque-du-so-gay-realness between stand-up sets so good your face will be in need of a massage from all the smiling.  It’s all inspired by his ongoing attempt—and lifelong obsession—to become a figure-skating prodigy just in time for the next Olympic cycle, which just so happens to be in 2022 in Beijing