Stadium

Details of stadium concerts not revealed

Details of stadium concerts not revealed

Aerosmith and Paul Simon might be coming to Dunedin, but details of how well tickets are selling - and the deals used to lure the artists here - remain under wraps.

Groups able to use part of stadium free of charge

The managers of the Forsyth Barr Stadium have opened up one end of the venue for use by the community free of charge as part of a $750,000 annual service level agreement with the Dunedin City Council.

Walking his way

Walking his way

Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler's 40-year career has had its fair share of highs and lows. As his band prepares for a one-off New Zealand concert in Dunedin next month, the self-proclaimed Demon of Screamin' discusses fame, family, feuds and falling down a few holes with Shane Gilchrist.

Significant cut in stadium losses; DCHL profit up

Significant cut in stadium losses; DCHL profit up

More events, more members, reductions in overhead costs and staff cuts contributed to a significant cut in losses in the first six months of this financial year for Dunedin's Forsyth Barr Stadium, its operator reports.

Pre-sale Aerosmith ticket offer for 'ODT' readers

Pre-sale Aerosmith ticket offer for 'ODT' readers

The Otago Daily Times is offering readers the inside track for securing tickets to Aerosmith's first concert in New Zealand.

$7 'venue levy' added to price

Those heading along to see Aerosmith at the Forsyth Barr Stadium may get a little shock when they are charged a $7 ''venue levy'' on top of their ticket price and the ticketing company's service fee.

Walk this way – Aerosmith to play stadium

Walk this way – Aerosmith to play stadium

A record crowd of up to 40,000 fans could pack Forsyth Barr Stadium when Aerosmith headlines a major rock event in Dunedin.

50,000 at stadium in record biggest week

50,000 at stadium in record biggest week

Forsyth Barr Stadium is set for its biggest week yet, with more than 50,000 punters expected through the turnstiles this week.

Extra police over sporting weekend

Police are promising to be out in force this weekend, with thousands of sport fans expected in the city.

Stadium loss may blow out by $2m

Stadium loss may blow out by $2m

Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull is refusing to rule out adding another $2 million to the Dunedin City Council's bill for losses from the sale of Carisbrook.

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