Sunday 31 March
& the Sensational Space Shifters
Special Guests: Blind Boys Of Alabama  
Platinum Reserved Seating $199 / Gold Reserved Seating $149 / Silver Reserved Seating $99
(plus handling and payment processing fees)

Chugg Entertainment today confirmed the move of Robert Plant’s Easter Sunday concert, from the Hunter Valley’s Hope Estate to the Newcastle Entertainment Centre.

The concert, with special guests Blind Boys of Alabama, will remain on the same date previously scheduled, Sunday 31 March, now at the Newcastle Entertainment Centre.

Executive Chairman, Michael Chugg said, “We’re moving to the Newcastle Entertainment Centre, which will be a more intimate environment.

Robert Plant will be performing a career-spanning set that promises numerous favourites and greatest hits from his rich catalogues, including both his solo career and Led Zeppelin.

New tickets for the Newcastle Entertainment Centre shows are on sale now through or 132 849.

Already-purchased Hope Estate tickets remain valid for the Entertainment Centre concerts and all GA Lawn and Platinum ticket holders in Sections A2 & A3 do not need to do anything except turn up at the new venue on the night of the concert.

From Thursday March 14, platinum A1 and A4 ticketholders, and all Gold tickets, will need to exchange from the Newcastle Entertainment Centre Box Office Monday to Friday 9am-5pm and on Saturdays between 9am-12noon. 

Ticketholders residing outside the Newcastle area and who require their tickets exchanged can simply exchange at the venue on the night. 

Tickets have been automatically reallocated into the same price categories in consideration of the Entertainment Centre’s ratio to Hope Estate and prioritised by time and order of original purchase. 

The previously categorised General Admission Lawn tickets have become Silver seating and do not need to be exchanged.

Patrons who purchased tickets for Hope Estate will be contacted by Ticketmaster with full exchange and refund options this Monday March 11.

If a refund is required it must be done with Ticketmaster.

We appreciate that many patrons still wishing to attend the relocated concert have booked accommodation in the Hunter region and don't wish to drive to Newcastle. Should the demand be there, a coach service will be available from the Hunter Valley to Newcastle (returning after the concert) for $10 per person. Expressions of interest require lodgement through Rover Coaches at their website here. Availability is limited and patrons are advised to get in quickly to secure seats.