Ticketing and venue information
Top Acts 2018 will take place on Friday 11 May 2018.
Tickets to Top Acts 2018 will be available for purchase on Friday 1 December 2017.
The Top Acts performer list will be available for download when the program is finalised in April 2018.
Top Acts takes place at the Melbourne Recital Centre located on Southbank, Melbourne.
Public transport near the Melbourne Recital Centre
The Melbourne Recital Centre is located on the corner of Southbank Boulevard and Sturt Street in Southbank in the heart of Melbourne’s Arts precinct.
Flinders St Railway Station
Flinders St Railway Station is located approximately 10 minute walk from the Melbourne Recital Centre.
Swanston St/St Kilda Rd trams
The nearest tram stop is Stop 17 on the number 1 tram, located directly in front of the Centre on the corner of Sturt St and Southbank Boulevard.
Alternatively you can alight at Stop 16 on the number 1 tram, in front of the National Gallery of Victoria. This is a platform tram stop providing level access to low floor trams, passenger shelter and protection from traffic. Melbourne Recital Centre is a short walk down Southbank Boulevard (approximately 200 metres). This stop is serviced by routes 1, 3, 5, 6, 8, 16, 64, 67, 72.
Melbourne Bus Link operates three routes along Southbank Boulevard: Route 216, 219 and 220.
The Melbourne City Tourist Shuttle runs in a loop through Melbourne’s CBD every 15 minutes, and stops at the corner of Southbank Blvd and Kavanagh Street (Stop 10). An all-day ticket for the Shuttle costs $5 and children under 10 years can travel free.
The Sturt Street entrance of the Centre is the safest place for taxis to pick up and drop off. Our team can assist in calling a taxi for you.
For more information about visiting the Melbourne Recital Centre, please visit the
Melbourne Recital Centre website.
Melbourne Recital Centre
The Melbourne Recital Centre has wheelchair access.
Large Print PDF versions of the Top Class programs will be available once the program is finalised, usually approximately one week before each concert. These can be enlarged to suit your visibility requirements. Please print out a copy before you attend the Concert. Also you can choose the Read Aloud software option to convert the text into spoken word, to hear a description of the concert before you attend. Please email
email@example.com to request the program.
When booking tickets through the Melbourne Recital Box Office you can request seats for good visibility at the concert hall. Guide dogs and other registered assistance dogs are welcome at the MRC.
The Melbourne Recital Centre Theatres are fitted with assistance hearing devices. When booking tickets through the Melbourne Recital Box Office you can request seats for good visibility at the concert hall if you need to lip read. All performances and talks are amplified.
For further detailed information about venue accessibility at the Melbourne Recital Centre visit the
Melbourne Recital Centre Access webpage.