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Ticket Updates

This page will be updated all the way up to The Open to show availability of events during the week for visitors.


Scotland's For Me Store

This is our direct store and all tickets purchased via the store are physical tickets and being mailed out.

The tickets were meant to be going out about six weeks before the date but we have delayed that until the details of the licensing had been confirmed. These details DO NOT have any impact on the main stage events but for the opening times in the other parts of the building to allow you to plan any pre or post concert food and drinks in the venue.

All physical Tickets will now start going out on Wednesday 12th June.


All tickets purchased on the Skiddle platform are digital and entry can only be gained with the QR code on your mobile device or printed version.

Seated Tickets

Seated tickets for Eddi Reader and Blue Rose Code are allocated; that is that they have specific seat numbers on the tickets. Our team will be in place on your arrival to point you to your correct seat.

Resale of Tickets

Unfortunately we are not able to offer any refunds for purchased tickets. Please be very careful with any social media offering resale tickets. Our recommended resale platform for all of our tickets is Twickets. You can sell or buy on their with a free set up.

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Availability of tickets

Tickets will be available for sale through the Skiddle platform and on the door subject to availability right up to doors opening for each events.

There is very limited availability of advance tickets for all four nights as we are holding back a number of tickets for the visitor to be able to purchase.

Click on the links below to purchase your tickets

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