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Legends Of Tennis Heineken Saturday


Sat 24 Jan 2015, 10:00am–10:30pm

Where: Grand Slam Oval, Melbourne Park, Batman Avenue, Melbourne CBD, Victoria

Restrictions: 18+

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission - Ground Pass: $55.05
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: david201

The 2015 Heineken Saturday at the Australian Open is set to be the best yet. It's a must-do on Melbourne's social calendar. So get in the spirit, tag your pics to #heinekensaturday and celebrate the ‘Legends of Tennis’ with a trio of Australian talents.

Dance-pop duo Sneaky Sound System will keep the crowd entertained as headliners on the Heineken Live Stage. Tennis star Mark Philippoussis is leading the call for visitors to don their best tennis outfits – complete with tight shorts, 70s headbands and perhaps their finest Roger Federer-style white blazers. And Triple M presenter and host of Channel 7’s The Mole, Shura Taft, will keep the festivities ticking along as MC. There will be prizes for a number of best dressed 'Legends of Tennis' categories on the day.

In addition to the big screen and relaxing areas to kick back and enjoy the tennis, this year’s site will feature a revamped, two-level Heineken Bar and the introduction of Heineken House – an air-conditioned lounge bar overlooking the beer garden where lucky Heineken consumers are rewarded with hospitality, Heineken style. Also being launched are the new Heineken Instalab printers, which will allow users to instantly print out their Instagram pics.

You can also enter for your chance to be in on the Heineken Saturday action and a legendary Australian Open weekend valued at $12,000. The lucky winners will get return flights to Melbourne, a two-night stay at the Crown Metropol, backstage access on Heineken Saturday, tickets to a top match at the Rod Laver Arena, dinner at Rockpool Bar & Grill, and $500 spending money.

Visit the website and say why you deserve the prize.

Entry to the Heineken Beer Garden is free with an Australian Open Ground Pass. Arrive early to avoid disappointment.