The nib Newcastle Knights are delighted to confirm that 2021 General Admission Members will be able to watch from the north and south hills at McDonald Jones Stadium, starting from this Sunday’s Voice for Mining Family Day match against St. George-Illawarra.
The change follows Venues NSW’s decision to re-open grassed areas on the north and south and south hills.
Capacities of grassed areas will be capped at 1:2 square metres, in line with measures set out in the NSW Public Health Order relating to Entertainment and Major Recreation Facilities. The move comes at the same time as the fixed seating capacity of the venue returns to 100%.
For the time being, access to General Admission areas of the venue will be preserved for Members only. No General Admission tickets will be available for public sale.
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Members who have already redeemed a ticket via Ticketmaster
Thank you to those members who have redeemed their ticket via Ticketmaster as instructed. Please note that you MUST use the new ticket issued to you to access the venue. Your barcode has been altered as a result of the upgrade process therefore your membership card will NOTscan at the turnstile for this game. Members are encouraged to sit in their allocated seat for this week only. This advice is also recommended for those who have redeemed fixed seating tickets on the north and south hills.
Members who have NOT yet redeemed a ticket
Barcodes have been re-enabled for all General Admission Members who have not completed the redemption process therefore please use your membership card as normal.
Those who elect to sit in General Admission areas are advised that no standing or congregating in walkway areas will be allowed. Security staff and temporary fencing will be in place. Please follow the directions of Stadium staff at all times.
The nib Newcastle Knights thank all General Admission Members for their patience at this time. We look forward to welcoming you back to McDonald Jones Stadium on Sunday.
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