It promises to be the ultimate party zone again at the 2018 tournament.
Heineken Hill was such a hit at the inaugural Brisbane Global Rugby Tens that even rugby legends Drew Mitchell and Robbie Deans couldn’t resist soaking up some banter there.
It promises to be the ultimate party zone at next year’s tournament again, with a buzz perfect for the new day-night format on Friday 9 and Saturday 10 February.
In addition to your premium two-day ticket to the shaded south-eastern corner of the mighty Suncorp Stadium, you get a whole lot more for just $139:
- a Heineken trilby hat
- 2 beverage tokens per day
- exclusive access to the Garden Bar and Heineken Bar at the Milton Road end of the stadium, outside Gates A/B
Heineken Hill is the place to be if you’ve got a group of mates who want to have fun in the sun while watching some epic rugby.
It’s the fastest-selling stand already, so get in quick to ensure you don’t miss out. If you’re coordinating your mates, you can book your ticket and reserve 9 surrounding seats for them to buy within 24 hours through Invite a Friend.
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