ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 tickets on sale from 14 Feb

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14 February 2014 marks one year to go until the first match of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 in Australia and New Zealand. Tickets for this once in a generation event will also go on public sale at 12:00pm.

To mark the occasion, the seven ICC Cricket World Cup Australian host cities will hold public events, which will include unveiling a city countdown clock, multicultural performances, interview and vision opportunities with cricket talent, organisers and government representatives and junior cricketers participating in cricketing activities in the team colours playing in that city.

Event details for each host city including local media contact details and local times as follows:

Sydney:

Martin Place Stage (between Pitt and Castlereagh Streets)

Media arrival at 11:30am for a 12pm start. Conclusion of all activities including media stand-up by 1:00pm. Lync truck parking should be at the Pitt Street end of Martin Place.

Talent available:

Ralph Waters, Chairman, ICC Cricket World Cup 2015

John Harnden, Chief Executive Officer, ICC Cricket World Cup 2015

Allan Border, Fox Sports Presenter and former Australian winning World Cup captain

Brett Lee, 2003 Former Australian winning World Cup Player

Patrick Cummins, Australian Player

New South Wales Government Representative

Multicultural Group representatives from nations playing in Sydney

Junior Cricketers dressed in teams playing in Sydney

Melbourne:

Federation Square Stage

Media arrival at 11:30am for a 12pm start. Conclusion of all activities including media stand-up at 1:00pm. Lync Truck parking available at Federation Square Swanston St Loading Zone. All other media should park in Federation Square Carpark.

 Talent available:

James Sutherland, Chief Executive Officer, Cricket Australia

Tony Doddemaide, Chief Executive Officer, Cricket Victoria

 

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