15 Dec 2023
The Warehouse, Aviva Studios, Water Street, Manchester, M3 4JQ
A maximum of 6 tickets per person applies.
Age Guidance: Age 16+ only
Accessibility features available for this event: Wheelchair Access
Australian rock legends land in Manchester
We’re excited to welcome DMA’s to Aviva Studios as part of their UK tour.
The Sydney trio are embarking on a UK-wide tour this December, following the success of their highest-charting, fourth studio album. A pandemic creation, How Many Dreams? was released to international acclaim earlier this year and weaves electronic dance elements seamlessly through the beloved foundations of guitar rock and punk.
This is a rare chance to catch Aussie legends Tommy O'Dell (lead vocalist), Matt Mason (lead guitarist) and Johnny Took (rhythm guitarist) here in Manchester. The beloved trio have played some of their most memorable live shows ever in the UK, including at Heaton Park as special guests for The Courteeners and at Wembley.
Come and experience the Warehouse at Aviva Studios in all its glory.
The DMA’s are joined by Liverpool's riotous post-punk four-piece STONE.
This gig is presented by SJM Concerts.
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Good to know
To keep you safe when visiting Aviva Studios, security checks and bag checks by our Visitor Safety team will be in operation on entry to the gig. Please keep personal belongings to a minimum – bags above the size of an A4 sheet of paper will not be allowed.
To book access tickets please call 0161 817 4531 (Monday to Friday, 10am to 5pm) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We have temporarily suspended our online access booking options as we work to improve this system. Access bookings can be made by email or phone. They will also be available in person from our venue from 27 September 2023.
Online access booking will remain available for our free workshops. We hope to reintroduce quick and easy online access booking soon. In the meantime, please call or email to enquire about access or to book tickets.
This event takes place in the Warehouse at Aviva Studio. This is a large, high ceilinged space.
There is step-free access to all areas of the venue and the performance space. Access to the Warehouse is via lifts (or stairs) which are located to the left of the city entrance to the building.
For this gig, we will have two accessible viewing platforms available for anyone who needs a wheelchair space or a seat for access reasons. AVP 1 is a small, lower platform with ramp access, which is located to one side of the room closer to the stage area – this has limited capacity. The second, larger capacity AVP 2 is located towards the back of the Warehouse – it is higher above the crowd and has lift access at either end which will be staffed throughout the night. This platform will have dedicated bar service.
The bars at our venue have lowered accessible service points, and induction loops at selected till points.
There is likely to be high noise levels and use of lighting effects such as strobe/haze used at this event.
You can find further information about general accessibility at Aviva Studios on our main Access Information page
There are accessible toilets on all public levels of our building.
Accessible toilets are located inside the main toilets space in the brick arches of the Social.
Here you’ll find a mixture of accessible cubicles with left- or right-hand transfer, as well as ambulant accessible cubicles with grab rails. This is also where you can find our Changing Places facility.
The toilets in the brick arches of the Social are gender neutral, so you can use facilities in any of the three arches.
There are additional accessible toilets in located in both Hall Foyers, at stalls and circle level.
You do not need a key to use the accessible toilets at Aviva Studios.
Assistance dogs are welcome at Aviva Studios, and we can provide mats and bowls in the Social on request. For this show, where the noise levels are likely to be too high for assistance dogs to go into the performance, we are happy to take care of your dog while you are enjoying the gig.
If you need to bring your assistance dog to this event, please get in touch with us on email@example.com or by calling 0161 817 4531 (lines are open 10am to 5pm, Monday to Friday) so that we can make appropriate arrangements with you.
We will be using Williams WaveCAST headsets for both assisted listening and personal induction loops in the building. For this gig, we will have WaveCAST headsets with earphones for assisted listening, and with neckloops for personal induction loops for hearing aid users available to borrow – please ask one of our hosts when you arrive, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also download the WaveCAST app to your own device, and use your own earphones to join the assisted listening channel for the event when you arrive.
The venue can be approached along Water Street (coming from Quay Street) or along Liverpool Road (coming from Deansgate or Castlefield).
The Water Street route is the quickest way to arrive at our City Square entrance (the main entrance for this show).
Our closest stations are:
Salford Central station: 0.4 miles
St Peter’s Square tram: 0.6 miles
Manchester Victoria station is approximately one mile from Aviva Studios
Manchester Piccadilly station is approximately 1.3 miles from Aviva Studios
Click on the links above to find detailed access information for each station.
Free bus services stop at all city-centre stations, and near to Aviva Studios along Deansgate, Bridge St and Quay St. Buses on these free routes are wheelchair accessible. For full details of the free bus routes, please visit the TfGM website.
There is a car park approximately 0.6 miles from the event entrance at Water Street Car Park, New Elm Rd, Manchester, M3 4JH.
There is also a NCP car park (Manchester Spinningfields) approximately 0.5 miles away from the venue at Spinningfields, New Quay Street, Manchester, M3 3BE. It has 35 accessible bays.
There are 8 Blue Badge spaces close to our river entrance, under the railway tracks on Water St coming from Liverpool Rd. There are also a few along Quay St. Otherwise head towards Liverpool Road, Great John St and Lower Byrom St – close to our neighbours, the Science and Industry Museum where there are a small number of additional Blue Badge spaces.
For a list of other parking bays available in the area, visit Manchester City Council website.
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