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Bay City Rolling

25 Sep
Bay City Rolling
Summary:
Bay City Rolling is a new event debuting in Glenelg for the October school holidays. Strap on your skates and roll under an opened marquee with views of the beach. A great affordable family experience for all ages and three weekends of roller-disco fun. Tickets now on sale.
When:
25 Sept - 12 Oct. Roller Discos are Fridays & Saturdays 7.30 pm and 8.45 pm-9.45 pm sessions
Topic:
Kids & Family, School holidays
Type:
Community
Audience
Families, Children
Cost:
Adults - $15
Child (under 15) - $10
Family pass (2 adults 2 children/ or 1 adult 3 children) - $40
Roller Disco - Friday/Saturday 7.30 pm and 8.45 pm sessions - $20 per person
Bookings:
Required
Book online:
Visit online booking website

Daily Session times

  • 9.30 am-10.15 am
  • 10.45 am -11.30 am
  • 12.00 pm-12.45 am
  • 1.15 pm - 2.00 pm
  • 2.30 pm - 3.15 pm
  • 3.45 pm - 4.30 pm
  • 5.00 pm - 5.45 pm
  • 6.15 pm - 7.00 pm
  • 7.30 pm - 8.15 pm (Fridays and Saturdays are Roller Disco sessions)

Roller Disco - Fridays and Saturdays only

  • 7.30 pm - 8.15 pm
  • 8.45 pm - 9.45 pm

FAQS

What is Bay City Rolling?

Bay City Rolling is a new event debuting in Glenelg. Strap on your skates and roll under an open marquee with views of the beach. A great affordable family experience for all ages with lots of activities, Bay City Rolling is another great reason to head down to the Bay.

Can I purchase in Moseley Square on the day ?

We recommend purchasing tickets in advance via baycityrolling.com, 9 am Wednesday 9 September.

If sessions have not sold out, tickets will be available to purchase at the rink in Moseley Square for the following prices.

  • Adult $20
  • Child (2 to 14) $15
  • Family (2 adults and 2 children or 1 Adult and 3 Children) $50
  • Roller disco (per person) $25
Can I bring my own roller skates?

Absolutely. You can wear your own roller skates but there is no discount to the standard ticket price. Only roller skates can be worn – roller blades are not permitted.

How big is the roller skating rink?

The roller skating rink is 460m2 and it is located in a 900m2 undercover but open marquee, to let the sea breeze drift through.

There will be a maximum number of 150 skaters per session to ensure there’s lots of space to physically distance.

How do I get to Glenelg?

By public transport

Catch the City-Glenelg tram, which stops right in Moseley Square, in front of the ice rink. Alternatively, catch one of the several buses that stop in Moseley Street, right next to Moseley Square (J1, 110, 600, 265, 190, 135 and 167 buses).

By car - Free parking options

Park for free at Glenelg Oval (on non-match days) and catch the tram, free, to Moseley Square and back.

Park free on Anzac Highway (centre strip) and walk to Moseley Square.

Two hours of free parking is available at the Partridge Street car park.

Seek a free 2P or 3P parking space in Glenelg’s side streets.

To see the full range of parking options available in Glenelg, visit jettyroadglenelg.com.au/parking

By car - Paid parking options

Park in a ticketed outdoor space in Dunbar Tce, Elizabeth St or Colley Tce; or undercover in the Beachouse or The Grand car parks.

By bicycle

Ride your bicycle safely along the Mike Turtur Bikeway, stretching all the way from the city to Glenelg.

COVID INFO

A range of measures have been put in place to create a COVID-safe event, including:

  • Certified COVID Marshals on duty at all times.
  • Huge rink with reduced capacity each session to ensure there’s lots of space to physically distance.
  • Undercover but open marquee to let the sea breeze drift through.
  • Contact tracing in place through pre-sold tickets and the recording of all skaters’ and visitors’ contact details.
  • Longer times allocated between sessions for thorough cleaning of all skates, safety equipment and touch surfaces.
  • Cleverly designed entry and exit points to keep people separated and enable safe social distancing.
  • No cash ticket sales.
  • COVID-19 safety signage will be on display and hand sanitizer will be readily available for all patrons and staff.
  • Staff wellbeing checks.
  • Voluntary temperature checks.

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