O2 ABC Glasgow, Glasgow
Saturday 2nd Dec 2017 7:00pm
Maximum of 8 tickets
Under 14's must be accompanied by an adult.
If you have a code please enter it here:
Over 14s only - Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult over 18.
Under 25s require photo ID (passport/ driving licence) to purchase alcohol.
Ticket price includes £1 donation to Crisis
300 Sauchiehall Street Address
Venue age restrictions:
Age restrictions apply-see info
To book tickets for O2 ABC Glasgow:
Please contact the venue direct on 0141 332 2232 option 2, or email firstname.lastname@example.org Monday - Friday 12noon - 6pm or Saturdays between 10am - 2pm and 3pm - 5pm to make a booking. Or should you wish to purchase a disabled ticket for the event earlier than 10am please purchase from ticketing companies who are selling but just buy a standard ticket. Once you have purchased your ticket you must contact the venue box office on 0141 332 2232 ext 2 to confirm your disabled booking and carer pass if applicable.
Spaces may be limited and will be sold on a first come first served basis.
Once you have been in contact with the venue you will be sent an email confirmation that should be printed off and brought with you when you attend the event.
Gigs: Over 14s only, under 16s must be accompanied by an adult
Clubs: Strictly over 18s (Photographic ID may be required - UK driving licence or passport only)
To find O2 ABC Glasgow www.maps.google.co.uk
AA Route Planner www.theaa.com
For travel information in and around Glasgow call 0871 200 2233 (option 3) (10p per min from BT landline, charges from mobiles and other providers may vary), visit www.travelinescotland.com or www.spt.co.uk
Nearest Car Park:
The nearest car park is situated on Elmbank Crescent (1 minute from venue, open 24 hours) www.glasgow.gov.uk
Nearest Train Station:
For more information visit www.nationalrail.co.uk
For long distance visit www.nationalexpress.com
Nearest Subway Station:
For more information visit www.spt.co.uk
O2 ABC Glasgow once housed Scotland’s first cinema in 1896 and over the years was also known as The Ice Palace, The Hippodrome and Hengler’s Circus until reverting to its cinema status in the 20th Century in various incarnations as the Regal, the MGM, Cannon and of course, the ABC until 1999.
Converted to a concert venue in June 2005 following an extensive £2m conversion by Regular Music O2 ABC Glasgow is one of Scotland’s best-loved live music and club venues.