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Please note that your purchase of tickets for World Ceilidh 2016 signifies your acceptance of our Terms & Conditions. Please read them before booking your tickets.

To buy tickets for this event please visit our events page: Knockengorroch World Ceilidh 2016 tickets from Skiddle.

Sell tickets online: Skiddle Promotion Centre

If you prefer not to order online, for telephone orders direct from Skiddle please call 0844 884 2920


Terms and Conditions

PLEASE NOTE THAT YOUR PURCHASE OF TICKETS FOR WORLD CEILIDH 2015 SIGNIFIES YOUR ACCEPTANCE OF THE FOLLOWING TERMS AND CONDITIONS. PLEASE READ THEM BEFORE BOOKING YOUR TICKETS.

ALL TICKETS AND WRISTBANDS ARE NON RETURNABLE AND NON REFUNDABLE UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES.

WE CANNOT RE-ISSUE LOST TICKETS.

Ticket Types

A 4 day ticket is valid for entry any day from Thursday 26 May until Sunday 29 May regardless of when you intend to leave. A 3 day ticket is valid for entry any day from Friday 27 May until Sunday 29 May regardless of when you intend to leave.

Concessions Price Eligibility

Adult 16+

You are eligible for a 16+ reduced concession price if you are one of the following:

  1. Fulltime student
  2. over 60 years of age
  3. in receipt of JSA/unemployment benefit, Income Support, DLA/ESA, Incapacity/PIP

No other benefits apply. You will be required to show this proof when gaining entry/collecting your tickets or be asked to pay the difference.

11 – 15 Years

All under 16 year olds must be accompanied by an adult when gaining admission to the festival. We do not admit unaccompanied minors. Please bring proof of age as you may be asked to provide evidence.

Vehicle Parking Charges

If you are bringing a vehicle on to the site you must purchase a vehicle pass at the appropriate rate. Vehicle passes will be available to purchase when you arrive but will be cheaper if booked in advance.

Please note there is no access for vehicles over 7 ½ tonnes.

Loss or Injury

The festival organisers (Knockengorroch Community Interest Company) will not be held liable for any loss, injury or damage to persons or property sustained whilst attending the World Ceilidh, including accessing and exiting the site between the A713 and the festival site except in respect of death, injury and damage to property resulting from the promoter’s negligence. In the case of damage to the ticket holder’s property caused by the organiser’s negligence, the organiser’s liability shall be limited to the reasonable cost or either repairing or replacing such property subject to fair wear and tear.

Antisocial, Aggressive, Unsafe or Illegal Behaviour

In the event of antisocial, aggressive, unsafe or illegal behaviour, or in the event of non-cooperation with event staff, you may be required to leave the festival site. In this case, re-admission will not be permitted.

Official Filming and Sound Recording

All ticket holders consent to any official filming and sound recording as members of the audience and to the use, reproduction, storage and broadcasting of such films and recordings by the organiser, including any copies made.

Dogs

Dog owners agree to keep their dogs on a lead at all times, to clear up any dog mess immediately and dispose of it properly. Dog mess bags are available from the office, but we expect dog owners to bring their own bags. There is adjacent to the festival site a non festival forestry area where dogs can be let off the leash, up beyond the bank opposite the Shieling tent entrance. Uncooperative dog owners may be asked to leave the site or take their dog off site. We believe we may be the only Scottish music festival allowing dogs. With our dog owners cooperation, we can keep it this way!

Drugs

In accordance with Police Scotland’s  zero tolerance drugs policy, all illegal drugs and ‘legal highs’  are prohibited on the festival site.

FESTIVAL SAFETY TIPS

ADP AND POLICE FESTIVAL SAFETY TIPS


Useful Information

The bridge

We can’t wait for our next instalment of festival magic and mayhem in the Knockengorroch hills! Just to let you know of a few things in advance of the adventure…

Knockengorroch is a unique site. It is located deep in the Southern Uplands of Scotland. There are no shops, ATMs, petrol stations or urban ‘civilization’ for 10 miles. Please bear this in mind when you pack!

As well as your craziest and most fun festy wear, bring warm and waterproof clothing plus sunscreen! Also any food and provisions you would need for camping for four days in the hills, bearing in mind we have quite a few well priced caterers on site.

Please look after yourself and those around you!

Hire a Yurt

There is the option of hiring a yurt and staying in that if tents aren’t your thing! The yurts are handcrafted by Red Kite Yurts. There are a range of sizes available and prices start at around £200. Contact Paul Millard. Tel 01877 330943, email

www.redkiteyurts.com

Gate opening times

Thursday – 10am to midnight
Friday, Saturday, Sunday – 9am to midnight

Mobile Reception

Mobile phone signals are patchy around the site but generally O2, Virgin, T-mobile and Orange get reception.  The office landline can be used in an emergency.

The Knock Bus

The Knock Bus travels from Glasgow and Edinburgh to the festival site on Thursday and Friday, returning on Monday. Further info here. PLEASE NOTE – Knockbus E-tickets will be emailed to you. Your name will also be on the passenger list with the number of seats you’ve booked when you board.

Any Questions?

Please contact us or call the fest office on 01644 460662.

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