Rod Stewart – VIP Package
at the Mt. Duneed Estate (Geelong)

Saturday, 31st October 2020


TRANSPORT: Luxury Bus, picking up from South East Suburbs

TICKET LOCATION: General Admin (seating on grass)

MEAL: Delicious Packed Lunch upon arrival

GLASS OF BUBBLY: Not included – BYO permitted

SNACKS: Yes – on the way in to Geelong

TIMINGS: We will be picking up approx midday. We will look to arrive soon after gates open, to ensure you are there for all supporting acts. Departing approx. 10.30pm

Please note: This is a DAY ON THE GREEN Event. There are restirctions in terms of what you can and cannot bring into the grounds.
Please read their FAQ here, or contact our office for more information.



Mt Duneed Estate, Geelong

What to get excited about?

Come with us on a night to remember.
We travel down Geelong way, making a stop along the way of course where you can fuel up, and get some of your own snacks or drinks if you wish.
We arrive at the beautiful Mt Duneed state early enough so as to give you time to get a good spot on the grass, and to allow you to enjoy the supporting acts before the man himself comes on stage.
We provide you your delicious packed lunch, and send you on your way with your ticket.
Once the show is over, you make your way back to the bus (past the line of thousands waiting for taxis), and we make our way home.

In 2019, ROD STEWART celebrates 50 years as a solo performer. The iconic artist is one of the best-selling music acts of all time, with more than 250 million records sold worldwide and hits like You Wear It Well, You’re in My Heart, Tonight’s the Night, Gasoline Alley, Every Picture Tells a Story, Mandolin Wind, Sailing, The Killing of Georgie, Young Turks, Forever Young, Hot Legs, Infatuation, Do Ya Think I’m Sexy, Some Guys Have All The Luck and Maggie May.

ROD STEWART is at the very top of his game following recent triumphant stadium tours in the UK and US. He has performed for millions of fans on six continents and in 2016 he officially became “Sir Rod Stewart” after being knighted at Buckingham Palace for his services to music and charity.