World Rugby has confirmed that tickets to the final day of HSBC SVNS Perth on Sunday 28 January at HBF Park are now officially sold out.
Along with epic rugby sevens action from the best 12 men’s and women’s teams in the world, HSBC SVNS has a blockbuster entertainment line-up with over 20 artists – including Peking Duk, Hot Dub Time Machine, and Coterie – bringing the soundtrack for a weekend to remember.
World Rugby Chief of Events Mick Wright said: “It is a fantastic achievement to sell-out finals day on our very first time ever delivering the HSBC SVNS in Perth. It is a tribute to the players, teams, performers and all the many stakeholders involved in putting on such a spectacular show which is thrilling fans both on and off the pitch. Particular thanks and gratitude goes to Western Australia Premier Roger Cook, Tourism Western Australia, Venues West, Rugby Australia and our title partner HSBC.
“As word of mouth spreads on the unique festival vibes experienced at SVNS events we will be back even bigger and better next year and fans around the world who are interested in attending the remaining HSBC SVNS 2024 events in Vancouver, Los Angeles, Hong Kong, Singapore and Madrid are encouraged to snap up their tickets at svns.com and not miss out on the experience of a lifetime.”
Premier of Western Australia Roger Cook: "This is a great result for Western Australia, and further proof that Perth is a major events capital.
“There has always been a huge rugby following in WA and the crowd response to this event has obviously been another welcome boost to our tourism and hospitality businesses.
“It is important we continue to diversify our economy and what we have witnessed with the SVNS is that if you think big and deliver, then crowds will respond in an overwhelmingly positive way.”
Tony Shaw, CEO HSBC Australia: "On behalf of HSBC, we are delighted to see the inaugural HSBC SVNS Perth sell out on Sunday.
“The overwhelming support from our fans and customers has turned SVNS into a must-see event. We are looking forward to an electrifying Sunday on the field as we all come together to celebrate the the festival atmosphere and great entertainment. Thank you to the incredible Western Australian fans for making this the biggest party in town.”