The screening of the State of Origin is believed to attract local residents living in and around the Konedobu area. There will be face painting and live band entertainment just before the match commences.
Gate will be open at 4pm and it will be free. There will be security there to ensure everyone’s safety.
There is plenty of car parking space at oval 2 just opposite the stadium for the public who wish to drive down and enjoy the match on the big screen.
The stadium began its live site entertainment program with the broadcast of the Opening Ceremony on Saturday which had over 3000 people flocking in to watch the spectacular show on the big screen.
Since then it has had number of artists performing each evening with fireworks at the end of each show. The closing ceremony will also be broadcast live on the screen on July 18.
Meanwhile the Sir Hubert Murray Stadium will host 3 days of high-class soccer matches beginning this coming Sunday July 12 with the Men’s Olympic qualifier from 6pm to 9pm.
On Thursday the 16th of July at 3pm, the bronze finals for the women’s competition will happen with the gold medal play-off to take place following that at 7pm.
On Friday the 17th of July, the Men’s bronze medal play-off will be contested starting at 4pm with the Men’s gold medal to be played for at 7pm to wrap up the Soccer competition for the XV Pacific Games.
All Bisini Soccer tickets for July 12th, 16th and 17th are valid for Sir Hubert Murray.
All Bisini venue package tickets will also be valid at Sir Hubert Murray.
Tickets to these matches are now available at all authorised outlets including BSP and Stop N Shop stores.
Spectators who have bought the Soccer sports package, you will have access to Bisini and Sir Hubert Murray for all soccer matches.