We came to the New Year's Eve 2020 Cricket (SA vs WA) (31Dec2013) and also to see the new Adelaide Oval after renovations (almost complete, but the whole eastern stand still to be finished). The entry was well organised and quick, even with 26,000 people going in, and we were easily directed to the escalators to go to the higher levels. There are lovely views over Adelaide city and the Torrens River from the walkways along the food outlets on the higher levels. Although we do miss the old Oval with the old gates and stands, the new Oval still feels comfortable and not too big. The northern end is still open with the grass area and lovely historic old scoreboard, and there are views to North Adelaide (but we couldn't see the Cathedral from the middle of the Southern Stand). It was admittedly still 33 degrees in Adelaide at midnight New Year's Eve, so perhaps to be expected that in the Southern Stand we were a little hot until the sun went down - so take your sunglasses, hats and definitely sunscreen and water if you go earlier in the day - we didn't get there til nearly 7pm. Also for events longer than 2hrs I suggest taking a small cushion to sit on - the plastic seats are a bit hard after a while. The steps to the upper levels of the stand are quite steep and I would hesitate to take my mother to seats up high as she has dodgy knees. All in all - a great view of the cricket, even from half way up the big Southern Stand and a lovely evening out. Can't comment on food/drink prices as we took our own waterbottles and a few snacks. For anyone with a wheelchair, the venue seemed to accommodate these as there was a row of wheelchairs on a wider sort of balcony area below us at the front of the seating and there are lifts to various levels. (And finally a piece of advice just for the ladies, ensure you take any sanitary requirements with you as, surprisingly for a brand new venue, there are no vending machines for these in any of the ladies toilets should you get caught short !!).