If your concert or event ticket bears the Transperth logo, or says “public transport included”, it means the event is joint ticketed. This means the cost of public transport is included in your ticket and you won’t need to pay a fare if using the bus or train (or even ferry) to get to and from your event.
You don't need to buy a ticket to travel on any of our special event or regular timetabled services for three hours before gates open right up until three hours after the event, or end of service, whichever occurs first. You just need to show your event ticket to the driver or inspector. If you’re collecting your ticket at the venue, you’ll need to buy a Transperth ticket on the way to the event, but you can enjoy the included public transport on the way home.
If your event is not joint ticketed and you’re taking public transport, you’ll need to pay a Transperth fare on the way to and from the venue.