WWE Elimination Chamber: Perth comes to Optus Stadium in February 2024 – the first Premium Live Event (PLE) in Australia since 2018, and the only PLE in the Asia-Pacific region for 2024.
Tickets to the 60,000-seat stadium spectacular are available from 3pm NZDT today, November 10.
Are you considering crossing the ditch for Elimination Chamber: Perth? WWE has provided NZPWI with a press release containing “everything you need to know” to get the most out of a trip to Western Australia.
WHAT IS ELIMINATION CHAMBER: PERTH?
- Elimination Chamber: Perth will take place at Optus Stadium in Perth (Boorloo), Western Australia, on Saturday, February 24, 2024.
- WWE Elimination Chamber: Perth will be broadcast live in approximately 165 countries in 25 languages and seen in more than 1 billion homes.
- The globally-televised spectacle will feature a host of edge-of-your-seat matches – including the world famous ‘Elimination Chamber’ match – a large chain-linked steel structure surrounding the ring comprising four pod enclosures at each corner that will see two participants begin in the ring, with the remaining participants released from their pods at regular intervals with the final objective being to eliminate each other via pinfall or submission.
- The Elimination Chamber structure takes a 50ft flatbed truck to transport and many hours of construction to be suspended over the ring in the centre of the stadium.
- The 2023 edition of WWE Elimination Chamber from the Bell Centre in Montreal broke multiple WWE company records. Viewership of the event saw a 54 per cent increase versus the prior record set in 2022. It also marked new high points for gate, merchandise and sponsorship.
HOW DO I GET TICKETS FOR ELIMINATION CHAMBER: PERTH?
- Tickets for Elimination Chamber: Perth will be available for general purchase at ticketmaster.com.au from 3pm NZDT on Friday, November 10.
- Priority Pass ticket packages are available from On Location, offering the chance to be ringside for every exhilarating moment including premium seating, pre-show hospitality with WWE Superstar appearances, ringside photo opportunities, exclusive merchandise and more – visit onlocationexp.com/wwe/elimination-chamber-tickets
HOW DO I GET TO PERTH IN FEBRUARY?
- There are many direct flight options to Perth. For more information on travel planning please visit westernaustralia.com/uk/trip-planner
- To learn more about travel package opportunities, please visit Sportsnet Holidays at sportsnetholidays.com/wwe-elimination-chamber-perth
WHAT WEATHER CAN I EXPECT IN FEBRUARY WHEN VISITING PERTH?
- February is summer in Perth which means hot and dry weather with very little rainfall.
- Average temperatures range from 17.5-30°C.
- In the afternoons a sea breeze called the ‘Fremantle Doctor’ provides some relief from the heat.
WHAT DO I NEED TO KNOW ABOUT PERTH BEFORE VISITING?
- Western Australia’s naturally adventurous capital of Perth (Boorloo) is a dynamic city that edges the Indian Ocean – with 19 pristine, sandy beaches – and is the sunniest capital city in Australia
- Welcoming West Coast vibes meet cool city charm in Perth – a glamorous, sun-kissed metropolis that boasts stellar seasonal displays such as whale watching, a profusion of wildflowers, movies under the stars, epic festivals and long beach days.
- Reconnect and revel in Perth, a city that will light you up with its culture, cuisine and creativity.
- With weather as welcoming as its friendly locals, Perth offers adventures for everyone – home to curated cultural experiences, luxury hotels, shopping precincts, rooftop bars, waterfront dining, unique wildlife encounters and more.
- Soak up the sun and relax in one of the world’s largest inner-city parks, Kings Park and Botanic Garden (Kaarta Koomba).
- Discover Rottnest Island (Wadjemup), where you’ll be greeted by 63 beautiful beaches and the world’s happiest animal, the adorable quokka.
- Hang out in Fremantle (Walyalup), where bohemian culture meets style and charm in a portside hub of yesteryear.
- Perth is home to the Swan Valley, the closest wine region to an Australian capital city, and accessible on a Swan River (Derbal Yerrigan) tour.
- Learn the many stories of Perth and Western Australia at WA Museum Boola Bardip, before exploring the surrounding Cultural Centre.
- Immerse yourself in Noongar culture on an Aboriginal tour – discovering the cultural significance and stories of the region.
- Swim with wild dolphins or sea lions in Rockingham, then spend your afternoon cruising Mandurah’s (Mandjoogoordap’s) sparkling canals.
- Toast a tangerine Indian Ocean sunset with fish and chips on the beach or at one of the many stunning seaside restaurants.
- More information can be found by visiting westernaustralia.com.