No worries! As long as you bring a valid ticket along with the correct ID to each event then you’re all set. You’ll need University/Polytech ID if you’re under 17 or valid age ID if you’re 18+.  

Age ID is anything you would take to a bar – passport/licence/Kiwi Access card. 

If you bought an Ori Festival Pass – then YES! come get your physical Zooper Pass card. You can’t get into the Highlanders games without it! . 

The OUSA Main Office! We are under the OUSA brick archway next to Union Grill and the on campus Uni Bookstore, at 640 Cumberland Street.

Just come in and show us your pre-purchased Zooper Pass ticket or Ori Festival Pass – and don’t forget your sunny disposition! 

If you are under 18, you will need your 2023 tertiary level student ID for access to all nighttime events! If you’ve lost your R18 ID, you can still attend the event but you’ll need to bring your student ID – keep in mind you won’t be able to purchase alcohol. 

Come in to the OUSA Main office on 640 Cumberland Street and speak to us, we can help you out! 

Mon 20 Feb: 9am – 4.30pm 

Tues 21 Feb: 9am – 4.30pm 

Wed 22 Feb: 9am – 4.30pm

Sorry, but we can’t help you with this one. There will NO replacements, no matter how much you plead with us. Treat it like a $50 note – keep it safe! 

No! You won’t get past the gate. Bring in your ticket either on your phone or printed out to swap for your physical Zooper Pass card at OUSA main office before your first game. Don’t forget your student ID! 

You’re pretty much sussed! Just take your tickets with the QR code showing straight to the gig, along with Student ID (or Age ID if you’re 18+). BUT… you must come in to the OUSA main office if you bought an Ori Festival Pass to collect your Zooper pass.

There will be a separate bar area for 18+ attendees but you will need age ID. 

All non-students must be 18+ with age ID. 

Sorry, no bare feet, or open heel shoes at all Union hall licensed events. You will be refused entry. Save the dogs for onlyfans  

You MUST bring a valid proof of age ID (Kiwi Access/Drivers Licence/Passport etc) to gain entry to all licenced OUSA events at Union Hall. If you are 18+ but don’t bring suitable proof of ID, you will be classed as U18 and won’t be permitted to purchase alcohol.  

Please note. Yes this does include for the Toga nights.   

(If you are under 18, please read this important information. This helps us safeguard our liquor licence for the venue, ensures you have a good and safe time, and enables us to allow 17 years olds to attend future events) 

The Easy Way: 

If you are under the age of 18, then it is a condition of our licence that we carry out the following measures: 

  • All R17 patrons will be given a coloured wristband upon entry to identify you as under 18, and therefore not permitted to drink alcohol at the event.  
  • You will also be required to hand in your Student ID (or equivalent ID) upon entry to the event.  
  • You MUST NOT remove this wristband whilst at the event 
  • You MUST not consume alcohol whilst at the event  

You can collect your Student ID at the end of the night, providing that: 

  • You still have your R17 wristband on your wrist 
  • You are not intoxicated
  • The Hard Way: 

    You risk not getting your ID back when you leave the event, and it been handed to the Proctors office to follow up if you: 

    • Remove your coloured wristband whilst at the event 
    • Are deemed to be intoxicated when you come to collect your ID 
    • Are caught drinking alcohol at the event 
    • Or are found to be behaving in any other way that brings to you the attention of security, bar staff or other event personnel. 

Not the best idea you’ve had this year. We take your safety, and that of other concert goers seriously, and we also intend to safeguard our liquor licence. Security and bar staff will scan the queues waiting to gain entry to the venue, and anyone deemed to already be heavily under the influence will not be permitted entry. 


Yep. But we will show you to a safe area to sober up a little, before offering you a lift back to your place of residence. But no, you won’t get a refund on your ticket. 

Again, we take yours and other patrons safety real serious, so if bar staff, security, or other event personnel feel you’ve over done it, and you’re looking a little worse for wear intox wise, then we will show you to a safe area to sober up a little, before offering you a lift back to your place of residence. Again, no, you won’t get a refund on your ticket. 

Great idea. Are You OK? Will be on hand with an area to get away from it all, and rehydrate, scoff a biscuit or two. Take advantage of the sausage sizzle on site too – who doesn’t love a free snack? 

Our events have a zero tolerance for dicks – both the drunken and obnoxious kind. Simple as. 

Sorry no once its less than 30 days to event. But you can use Flicket official resale platform. 

If you wish to sell a ticket you have purchased, or look to see if there is one for sale, please head to  



You can safely resell you ticket to someone else via the Flicket Platform.  

You can find a handy how to guide here: