What time will Rihanna be on stage at the Aviva and everything you need to know ahead of tonight's gig
Published 21/06/2016 | 11:02
Rihanna will be performing at the Aviva stadium in Dublin on Tuesday night as part of her ANTI world tour.
Stage times and support acts
- 17:30: Doors open
- 19:00: Support from DJ Mustard
- 19:50: Support from Big Sean
- 20:45: Rihanna
Transport and ticket entry points
The Aviva Stadium is located at the site of the old Lansdowne Rd Stadium. There are five entry routes; at Shelbourne Road, Lansdowne Lane, Lansdowne Road, Herbert Road and Bath Avenue. Each ticket will be colour coded to correspond with an entry point to the stadium. Patrons must follow the route shown on their ticket.
Blue ticket holders enter at Shelbourne Rd, Orange at Lansdowne Lane, Green at Lansdowne Road, Purple at Herbert Road and Red at Bath Ave.
There will be large signposts directing you towards your coloured route. There is no parking available on site and there is very limited parking in the area, so patrons are strongly advised to utilise public transport.
There are a number of ways to get there including DART, Luas and Dublin Bus.
This is an outdoor event and the concert will take place rain or shine. Please remember to plan for adverse weather conditions, the promoter recommends that patrons dress appropriately but remember no umbrellas
Always check the weather forecast before setting off on www.Meteireann.Ie and dress warmly.
Show your ticket at the ticket barrier outside the ground for inspection.
Under 16s must be accompanied by a parent / guardian 18 years or over
Strict security checks are in operation. Patrons are advised not to bring back-packs.
The following items will not be permitted: umbrellas, flashlights, glass or cans, food, alcohol, garden furniture, selfie sticks, iPads
No professional cameras or cameras with a detachable lens, video cameras & audio recording devices.
Obey the stewards and gardai and instructions given over the public address for your own safety
Don’t rush to exits after the concerts.
The promoter deems that large outdoor concerts are not a suitable environments for all children under five-years-old unless otherwise stated. We therefore have no measures in place to facilitate babies and small children on site. This is to deter access for small children to areas where there are high noise levels which can damage their hearing.
For further information on the aviva stadium visit www.Avivastadium.Ie and important customer concert information please visit www.Mcd.Ie
Smoking is strictly prohibited within the stadium.
There are no readmissions to the concert.