HOW MUCH ARE TICKETS?
We have early bird weekend ticket on sale from Saturday 16th January at noon. We will then have individual day tickets on sale from February alongside workshop tickets. Additional Eventbrite fees may apply.
|Early Bird Weekend||£50||SOLD OUT|
|Weekend||£60||21st Oct 2016|
|Friday||£25||21st Oct 2016|
|Saturday||£25||21st Oct 2016|
|Sunday Concert||£20||21st Oct 2016|
|Friday Under 18||£20||21st Oct 2016|
|Saturday Under 18||£20||21st Oct 2016|
I CAN'T MAKE IT TO KILLIN MUSIC FESTIVAL. CAN I GET A TICKET REFUND OR SELL IT ON?
It is not within our policy to offer refunds on tickets. Tickets are in short supply and high demand and you may sell it on independently.
Tickets bought through third parties and done so at your own risk.
WHY ARE THERE SO FEW TICKETS THIS YEAR?
We are keeping the festival at a manageable small scale to test the market and prove our business plan works, running the main stage in the fantastic McLaren Hall. This does impose a limit on the number of bodies we can legally have within the building. In the future, all going well, we may look at expanding.
I'VE BOUGHT MY TICKET. WHAT HAPPENS NEXT?
Bring your ticket to the event, either printed out or on your mobile device, where it will be scanned and exchanged for a festival wrist band. The wrist band will allow you access to the festival stage.
WHAT DOES MY TICKET ALLOW ME TO DO?
Your ticket allows you access to the McLaren Hall during the festival, for the day that you have purchased. There are additional fringe sessions, workshops and activities that will run alongside the main stage and will be either open to the general public, or have a nominal entry fee. These additional fringe activities, which have a nominal entry fee, are not included in weekend or day tickets.
I AM UNDER 18. CAN I COME TO KILLIN MUSIC FESTIVAL?
We have a small number of under 18s tickets available due to the limited number of tickets overall. All under 18’s must be accompanied by a responsible adult who is over the age of 18. One adult can be responsible for a maximum of four under 18s and must be present at registration. Any under 18’s who arrive at the Festival Shop without their responsible adult will not be able to swap their ticket for their wristbands.
All under 18s will also be asked to write an emergency contact telephone number on their wrist band in case of emergency.
I HAVE LOST OR CAN’T FIND MY TICKET. WHAT DO I DO?
HOW DO I BUY A TICKET FOR THE FESTIVAL?
Tickets can be purchased online or in person from News First, Killin.
Early bird tickets went on sale the Monday following the 2016 festival and sold out within hours. All remaining weekend and day tickets went on sale at 6pm on 21st October 2016.
CAN I ASK A FRIEND TO COLLECT MY WRISTBANDS?
No one else can collect your wristbands on your behalf -only event staff can attach your wristbands.
I HAVE A CHILD UNDER 5 - CAN THEY COME WITH ME?
As the festival will feature loud music and special effects, we do not recommend attendance for under 5s, but we do have a limited allowance of day tickets for under 5s at the festival. Under 5 entry is free but you must be in possession of an under 5 ticket. Under 5 access is open to any child aged 4 or under at 23:59 on the day of entry. Any child aged 5 to 17 are covered by the under 18 ticket.
IS THERE A CASH MACHINE IN KILLIN?
There are two cash machines in Killin – one at the Bank of Scotland and one inside the Co-op. The Co-op also operate a cashback facility. Cash machines are notorious for running out of cash during busy times. Please make sure to plan ahead! 🙂
WILL THERE BE A FESTIVAL CAMPSITE?
Due to the small number of tickets, there will not be a festival campsite this year. There are many fantastic local accommodation options – check out Killin.info for a list of options along with local eateries, pubs, activities and landmarks.
WILL THERE BE SEATING AVAILABLE AT THE FESTIVAL?
The hall will be set out with a number of seats around the outside of the hall. The bulk of the hall will be standing room. The balcony will also be open for those able bodied looking for seats. All available seating is unreserved on a first-come basis – as the concerts are lengthy, people may come and go during the evenings.
The Sunday evening concert will be fully seated, available on an unreserved, first-come basis. There will be enough seating for every ticket sold to this concert.
IS THERE WI-FI AT THE FESTIVAL?
There is no WiFi hotspot at the McLaren Hall. There are other public WiFi hotspots throughout the village, in bars and restaurants.
CAN I BRING ALCOHOL INTO THE FESTIVAL?
Due to licence restrictions, we can only allow alcohol bought at the Festival Bar within the McLaren Hall.
IS THERE DISABLED ACCESS AT THE FESTIVAL?
Yes. The McLaren Hall has disabled access. If you have any disabled access requirements please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Please help us to help you enjoy the festival by prearranging disabled access.
IS THERE A LICENSED BAR AT THE FESTIVAL?
Yes. There is a bar located in the Lesser McLaren hall. Opening times will be advertised locally. The bar will be cash only and will operate a challenge 25 policy.
CAN I BRING MY PET TO THE FESTIVAL?
Pets are not allowed within the McLaren Hall.