TRANSPORT DRAMA: What You Need To Know Before Ed Sheeran And Bruno Mars This Weekend

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TRANSPORT DRAMA: What You Need To Know Before Ed Sheeran And Bruno Mars This Weekend

We're in for a HUGE weekend in Sydney, with Bruno Mars and Ed Sheeran performing at Olympic Park on Saturday March 17.

However, while Bruno rocks the Qudos Bank Arena and Ed takes over ANZ Stadium, there are set to be some real transport dramas, with over 100,000 people heading to the area at the same time.

Doors open for Bruno at 6pm, while for Ed doors will open at 6.30pm.

While there is a 30 minute window between these two concerts, there will still be traffic dramas in the precinct.

If you're driving, be prepared for a big night. After the debacle with Taylor Swift's concert a few years ago due to traffic jams - which saw a large number of fans completely miss the concert - it's probably better to get public transport.

However, if you must drive, make sure that you pre-book a spot. And you should probably do it now, because there are only 10,000 onsite parking spots available.

There shouldn't be too much of an issue getting public transport to the venue, however on the way out the crowds are set to be INTENSE with everyone leaving at the same time.

To make sure you get home safely, keep your phone charged and Opal card topped up and ready.

You can also keep an eye on the Transport NSW app for any service delays.

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