Welcome aboard Crown Resorts

The pen was put to paper in May, which resulted in Crown Perth becoming RAC Arena’s first Integrated Hotel and Resort Partner. As part of the multi-year agreement, the partnership will see the two world-class brands working together to deliver unique and elevated experiences for members and guests of both the RAC Arena and Crown, as well as Crown obtaining the naming rights for the arena’s newest premium offering, now known as the Crown Concert Club.

For further information on this exciting announcement, click here.


‘Wear Orange Wednesday’, or ‘WOW Day’ fell amid all the May madness. WOW Day is all about saying thank you to the State Emergency Services throughout Australia, so we lit up our beacon orange and displayed it proudly to the people of Perth. This is just a small way we can show our appreciation to the more than 2,000 SES volunteers across WA, and of course, the iconic orange uniform they wear so well.

Change your speed. Change your outcome.

Every year, around 1200 people are killed on Australian roads. This is an alarming statistic nonetheless but is something that we are starkly reminded of each year in May when National Road Safety Week comes around.

The annual occasion is a time that is nearest and dearest to the venue. Our naming rights partner, RAC, is instrumental in driving the word about slowing down and driving safely on our roads, and we too are passionate about reinforcing this message.

Click here for more information on National Road Safety Week.

In the drivers seat for three more years

Iconic car company, Hyundai, have renewed their agreement with RAC Arena for a further three years, which will see them remain as the venue’s Official Motor Vehicle Partner until 2027. All parties involved welcome the extension after Hyundai and RAC Arena first partnered with each other in 2019.

If you’d like to read more about this exciting news, click here.

Events for everyone to enjoy

RAC Arena took pride and place on the world stage for the IBF Lightweight World Title fight between Aussie George Kambosos Jr. and Ukrainian fighter Vasiliy Lomachenko. The fight ultimately ended in defeat for the local talent, but it was still an exciting day for boxing fans far and wide to enjoy at WA’s home of live entertainment.

Other events throughout May included Taylor Made – a Taylor Swift tribute show reimagined by the Perth Symphony Orchestra, for KING & COUNTRY, and we can’t forget a couple of West Coast Fever games along the way. Special shout out to the Fever, who up until Round 8 have only dropped one game for the year. Bring on the rest of the season!