Ariana Grande Has Banned “Bags Of All Sizes” From Her Australian Tour
Written by Emmy Mack on 4th September, 2017
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Security is unsurprisingly being ramped up like never before in the wake of the devastating bomb attack at the singer’s Manchester show earlier this year, which killed 22 fans and left dozens more injured.
Grande’s Aussie tour promoters Live Nation have announced a suite of new measures as an FYI to punters who’ll be heading along to her Dangerous Woman gigs in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane later this month.
“Patrons are advised there will be new conditions of entry in place for all venues on the tour, particularly enhanced policies regarding bags and cameras,” they say.
“For the best experience patrons are advised to arrive early. Doors for all shows open 6:30pm.”
Some of the new security measures include:
NO bags of any size will be allowed into the venue. Only bring items that will fit in your pockets.
Plastic zip lock bags will be provided for patrons to place all essential personal items (ticket, card, phone, keys)
No cloak check services will be available
No cameras but phones are ok!
“Most of all look after each other and have fun!” Live Nation says.
— Live Nation AUS & NZ (@LiveNationOzNz) September 1, 2017