News November 23, 2021

AAMI renews naming rights of AAMI Park, celebrates with exclusive Amy Shark performance for 1,000 fans

AAMI renews naming rights of AAMI Park, celebrates with exclusive Amy Shark performance for 1,000 fans

AAMI has renewed its sponsorship of The Melbourne Rectangular Stadium for a further five years ahead of the return of live entertainment, which includes the naming rights of AAMI Park.

The iconic Melbourne stadium has hosted some of the biggest music acts in the world, including Taylor Swift who in 2015 became the first ever artist to perform three concerts at AAMI Park.

To celebrate the extended deal, the insurer has partnered with Amy Shark who will perform an exclusive, money-can’t-buy event for 1,000 punters at AAMI Park on Friday, February 11, 2022.

Tickets can be won through the AAMI Lucky Club customer loyalty program, plus limited competition tickets will be available to the wider public through AAMI’s Facebook page.

Shark will also host an exclusive meet and greet for 20 fans, and every ticketholder will be gifted bespoke AAMI Lucky Club merchandise, as well as food and beverage vouchers.

The Sony Music artist said she is excited to stage a special solo acoustic performance in Melbourne, to celebrate the renewal of AAMI’s partnership with the stadium.

“I can’t wait to bring live music back to the venue after a long hiatus and I would love for you to join me, Amy Shark, live at AAMI Park, after dark on the 11th February,” she said.

Melbourne & Olympic Parks CEO John Harnden AM, reflected on over a decade of partnership with AAMI while looking forward to seeing the stadium continue to thrive.

“Since 2010, AAMI Park has become one of Australia’s most loved and renowned sporting and entertainment venues,” he said. “With the support of AAMI, AAMI Park continues to be a prominent brand and venue on our Precinct.

“The Trust is pleased to continue our strong partnership with AAMI, and look forward to creating many more memorable moments at the Stadium together,” he added.

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