Artists – If you are an artist with any questions or accessibility requirements please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Purchasing tickets – Tickets are available on our website www.170russell.com
Companion cards – The venue accepts companion cards. Please contact email@example.com
***Please note: you will need to provide a companion card number at the time of booking.
Entry on the night – Tickets are delivered as e-tickets to your email to be scanned at the door, however, you can also simply provide photo id at the door if you can not locate your ticket.
Seating for people with difficulty standing – If you are unable to stand for extended periods of time a chair can be arranged for you. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org prior to show day to arrange for a chair.
Wheelchair access –Please contact the venue beforehand to arrange priority wheelchair entry if you’d like the opportunity to get a position where the stage is visible.
Shows with strobe lighting – Every effort is made to ensure there is signage for any shows including strobe lighting, however, this may not always be possible. Please contact the venue if you have any concerns around strobe or flashing lighting for a show you are attending.
Room lighting – Please note that there is low lighting in and around the band room as a requirement for shows. If you have low vision and need assistance, please let us know.
Pass outs – You are free to come and go as you please from170 Russell once your ticket has been processed and you have a stamp. Please see our door or security staff if you require assistance or need a quiet place for a break during the show.
170 Russell is located at 170 Russell Street Melbourne (Corner of Russell Street & Little Bourke Street / China town)
Parking: There is limited street parking and Willson’s parking next door at 180 Russell Street, to book a spot online please visit
Tram: The closest tram stop is Russell Street – Stop 7 which is on Route 86 &96, alternatively Bourke Street Mall/ Swanston Street – Stop 10 which is serviced by tram routes 1,3/3A,5,6,16,64,67&72. All stops are level access stop.
Train: Parliament is the closest train station. Please click here for more information and timetables – www.ptv.vic.gov.au
WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE ENTRANCE – Access for wheelchair users is via the glass doors at 180 Russell st, please see our security staff at the front entrance.