We will space out seating to encourage physical distancing. Please also try to keep a safe distance when circulating in the venue, in order to respect people’s personal space and keep them safe.
We will expect audience members to wear face coverings during concerts (even if the performing musicians aren’t). This is a requirement of the Scottish Government, unless you are drinking, dining or are medically exempt. If you forget yours, just let us know, as we will have some spare.
Test & Protect
Please scan the NHS Test & Protect QR code on your smartphone upon arrival. If you are unable to do this or do not have a smartphone, you will be able to fill in details when you arrive with one of our staff members or volunteers.
We will have hand sanitisers available at all events. Please use these before you enter a venue.
Please follow the current government guidelines and do not come to an event if you have:
- any Covid-19 symptoms
- been instructed or required to self-isolate
- tested positive for Covid-19.
If you are unable to attend an event due to Covid-19, please let us know, and we will arrange for your ticket to be refunded.
Lateral flow tests
We encourage you to take lateral flow tests before coming to the concert, though this is not a requirement.
Requirements for staff, musicians and volunteers
Please note that all our staff, musicians and volunteers will be required to do lateral flow tests daily. They will also be wearing face coverings unless they are performing or presenting.
We recommend pre-booking tickets to avoid queues at venues. You will be able to buy tickets on the door at all venues with cards.
Where possible we will replace musicians for concerts where a musician tests positive prior to the concert. If this is impossible and we have to cancel the concert, we will refund your tickets.
As we work in multiple venues each venue may have its own restrictions in place. Please be aware that they may have additional checks in place.