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Friday 09/07/2021

Hi All,

Just a update with the Concert coming this Saturday (10/07/21), tickets are still available as pay on the gate now £19 adults and £9 concessions. Get yourselves down from 11am to grab yours, to ensure you don’t miss this great day of live music, and to ensure YES this event is on and happening 🙂

The running order for the event will be………

Gates Open 11.00am

Band Timings (approximate and subject to change)…

12.30 – The Zepplins (tribute to led zeppelin)

13.45 – Mad Manners (ska show)

15.00 – Some Might Say (tribute to Oasis)

16.15 – Duran (tribute to Duran Duran)

17.30 – Meat Loud (tribute to Meatloaf)

18.45 – 21st Century Abba (tribute to Abba)

20.00 – Queen Alive (tribute to Queen)

All set to last approximately 45 minutes with the headline act to be a 1hour 30 minute set.

Various Do and Don’ts …… We’ve been asked so many questions, we are trying to cover everyone’s as much as possible,

Food – Sandwiches/picnics are allowed only (not to be in any glass containers). No other food will be permitted. Food stalls including burger vans, ice cream van, and chicken tikka vans will be available around the ground outside. Social distancing is required at all times whilst visiting these areas.

Drinks – No drinks are allowed to be brought into the venue.

Bars – We will have all three bars open, where table serving will be provided. People are particular encouraged to use the outside bar where possible.

Seating – The main stand will have seating available, and your welcome to bring in seating also. In the stands around the ground either standing or camping chairs are allowed. On the pitch itself only picnic blankets or inflatables (seats or similar such as that amazing magical unicorn inflatable that you find so comfy) are allowed.

Smoking – Smoking is allowed in the rear corners of the ground. (NO smoking allowed on the pitch)

Tickets – If you have booked your tickets now and for any reason haven’t received them (they sometimes land in your spam folder so please check there), don’t worry. As long as you have a confirmation email, we have your details on the gates, and will be able to process your entry from your booking name and email. You can just turn up as normal on the day.

Masks – When using the toilets or entering a food or bar area please use masks due to the current Covid rules.

Toilets – We have all our toilet facilities open which are located to the sides of both stands and one in the side of the ground to the right hand side of the stage. Please remember to socially distance and queue where required.

Gate Entry – The gates will be clearly signed for Pre-booked tickets, Pay on the Gate and Guest List. Please use the correct gate. Everyone is recommended to purchase tickets in advance to ensure track and trace is pre-completed to speed entry up for all visitors.

Track & Trace – We are running a Covid safe event. So if for any reason you have not put your details correctly in for each attendee when booking, please ensure you use the track and trace log or scan yourselves in via the QR code at the entry points as required.

One Way Systems – We have numerous one way systems marked around the stadium to assist with social distancing. Please ensure you respect and follow these at all times.

Social Distancing – This is required at all times in line with the current government rules. We have plenty of space around the stadium to facilitate this. The latest guidance is as follows –

Meeting family and friends outdoors

You should continue to minimise the number of people you meet within a short period of time to limit the risk of spreading coronavirus (COVID-19). Most restrictions on meeting people outdoors have been lifted, but gatherings must not exceed 30 people unless covered by a legal exemption, such as:

  • for the purposes of work or volunteering
  • to provide care or assistance for disabled or vulnerable people

If you are meeting friends and family, you can make a personal choice on whether to keep your distance from them, but you should still be cautious. You should read the guidance on meeting friends and family.

Meeting friends and family indoors (rule of 6)

It is safer to meet people outdoors. This is because COVID-19 spreads much more easily indoors. However, you can meet up indoors with friends and family you do not live with, either:

  • in a group of up to 6 from any number of households (children of all ages count towards the limit of 6)
  • in a group of any size from up to two households (each household can include an existing support bubble, if eligible)

If you are meeting friends and family, you can make a personal choice on whether to keep your distance from them, but you should still be cautious. You should read the guidance on meeting friends and family.

Please ensure you help us by following these guidelines.

Behaviour – We run this event to be a friendly and safe environment to all. Please enjoy you days. Should anyone see anything that would not be normally socially acceptable, please report this to a member of the security team who will deal with anything with appropriate measures. Anyone who repeatedly or severely breaks rules having being advised accordingly would run the risk of been ejected without refund.

Overall everyone we wish you a great day, where you enjoy sitting back and relaxing to enjoy a full day of live music from some of the best talented bands around. The biggest rule of all …… ENJOY YOUR DAY.


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