CHANGE OF VENUE - MAY 18th/19th - ROCK/RETRO AT THE ROCK
UPDATED - THURSDAY 22 March 18:00
Unfortunately, due to a number of unresolvable factors concerning council entertainment licencing and planning permission for temporary stage structures we are going to have to move our 'Retro at The Rock' concert scheduled at the Dumbarton Football Stadium on May 19th of this year.
The new venue will be Glasgow's iconic Barrowland. This is the nearest suitable venue to Dumbarton that is available on those nights. We will run free bus transport from Dumbarton on the Saturday to Glasgow.
However we are going to have to cancel the Friday Night show, although the bands' managements have confirmed that both GUN and Big Country will undertake performances at a later date. The few tickets that have been sold for this event will be automatically refunded on Tuesday April 3rd
It is planned that General Admission tickets for the Saturday show will be valid for the new venue, however due to licencing restrictions no under 14s are allowed at the Barrowland. All issued Child Tickets will be automatically refunded on Tuesday April 3rd.
All hospitality tickets will unfortunately have to be voided as there is no separate hospitality areas at The Barrowland. These tickets will be automatically refunded by the ticket agency on Tuesday April 3rd to the credit/debit card that was used to purchase the tickets.
If you decide not to join us for the 'Not the Royal Wedding Retro Party' - and we do hope that you will still come along - it's still going to be a great night of music and fun, then please apply for a refund on your tickets, by email ONLY to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting your Booking Reference. Please note we are unable to deal with requests for refunds by telephone.
We will be contacting all ticket holders by email over the weekend to list their individual options concerning either transfers or refunds.
Once again we apologise for any inconvienience. We tried our best to bring an event with a wee bit of 'buzz' to Dumbarton but circumstances deemed that it was not to be in the town.
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