What You Need To Know If You’re Heading To Justin Bieber
If you’re heading off to see the BIEBS tonight at ANZ Stadium, you’re certainly not alone.
More than 75,000 Sydneysiders will be making their way to the arena to see him, and undoubtedly there’s going to be some issues.
Here is the advice from Transport NSW:
Fans should leave the car at home as traffic will already be very heavy during the evening peak and carparks will fill early. (Doors open at 5pm)
Travel on public transport is included in your concert ticket so avoid the delays and make the most of the additional trains and Olympic Park Major Event Buses that will run to and from the venue.
If you have to drive, expect significant delays on all approaches to Olympic, pre-book a parking space and carpool where possible. You can also park at a nearby commuter carpark at Blacktown or Seven Hills and catch a train to Olympic Park.
The hourly forecast for today shows that at 6pm, when support act Sheppard start, the temperature will be 24 degrees, with a 49 per cent chance of rain.
By 8pm, when Justin Bieber starts, it jumps to a 50 per cent chance of rain, and drops to 23 degrees.
Though, by 9pm, the forecast is said to be mostly clear, with just a 47 per cent chance of rain. It should then stay clear for the rest of the evening, so you shouldn’t have to experience a soggy rendition of ‘Sorry’!
Oh - and wear a PONCHO or a rain coat!