Off Field with IPE


Experience Bon Jovi in VIP style

The newly anointed Rock & Roll Hall of Famers are touring in celebration of their latest album ‘This House Is Not for Sale’ and will play Brisbane on the 6th of December, followed by Sydney on Saturday 8th of December.

This is Bon Jovi’s first outing since the band’s 2013 ‘Because We Can’ World Tour which drew more than 65,000 fans to ANZ Stadium.

Experience Bon Jovi in true VIP style within the exclusive Victory Room at ANZ Stadium in Sydney.

Our Official Package includes:

  • VIP access into ANZ Stadium via private corporate entrance

  • Centreline reserved corporate seating

  • Formal welcome from host & dedicated event manager

  • Champagne Reception Upon Arrival

  • Pre-Show gourmet cocktail dinner

  • Premium open bar

  • Celebrity MC and special guests

  • Uniformed IPE hostesses

  • Post concert cover band

  • Corporate prize draws

  • Client mementos

IPE have hosted many corporate live music events including, Guns N' Roses, Coldplay and ACDC - Here’s a teaser.



Classy Sportsmanship


Despite the All Blacks thrashing the Wallabies, David Pocock showed trued sportsmanship for the way he reacted to Ryan Crotty going down with a serious head knock. Despite the game running on, David Pocock stayed with Cotty until medical assistance arrived.

“It speaks pretty highly of his character and the type of guy he is if he’s willing to put the battle to one side in that moment and put the player’s welfare first,” said Cane after the game. So, thank you David.” – Sam Cane






The Immortals of rugby league in Australia are 8 players named as the greatest ever.

Norm Provan and Mal Meninga have joined Dally Messenger, Frank Burge and Dave Brown as the next five rugby league Immortals.

Petero Civoniceva, Mark Graham, Cliff Lyons, Steve Menzies, Ricky Stuart and Gorden Tallis were also officially inducted into the NRL Hall of Fame as recognition for their playing achievements.

"Whether it was their speed, skill, stamina, toughness or passion, they each displayed the characteristics required to retain a special place in the history of our game.” - NRL Chief Executive, Todd Greenberg.

Source: NRL