Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney, Australia, has announced a new partnership with JBL, with JBL becoming the official lifestyle audio partner of the arena.
JBL is a world leader in providing an immersive audio experience, with its focus on bringing the biggest live music performances to the ears of its consumers.
After welcoming a record breaking one million plus guest in 2019, Qudos Bank Arena continues to prove why it continues to be ranked in the Top 10 Arenas in the world.
With the first half of 2019 already breaking arena attendance records, the remainder of 2019 will be no different, with large audience numbers set to continue, coming to see the biggest names and hottest shows in the world when they take to the Qudos Bank Arena stage.
Qudos Bank Arena is the largest indoor live entertainment arena in Australasia with a show capacity of up to 21,389 patrons; and the partnership with JBL will bring even more exciting reasons to visit.
This is an incredibly exciting time for Qudos Bank Arena – about to celebrate its 20th Anniversary after opening for the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games – and a partnership with an innovative brand like JBL comes at a great time.
JBL will hold three dedicated areas in the arena, the ‘JBL LIVE’ space located in the grand foyer which offers live music and exciting activations; ‘JBL LIVE LOUNGE’ located on Qudos Bank Arena’s Corporate Suite level – which offers its guests a hands on experience while giving them the best seats in the house; and “JBL GA STANDING FLOOR ENTRY” which is General Admission ticket holders access tunnel to great live entertainment.
JBL country manager, Marcus Fry said.
JBL is about delivering memorable live music moments to consumers and our product mantra is to bring that stadium quality sound to our portable speakers, headphones and soundbars. Our heritage is steeped in arena and stadium shows and we feel the partnership with Qudos Bank Arena is a natural one. Music is at the core of what we both do and this partnership allows us to bring those exciting music and sporting moments to over a million people each year.