Lochside Field Linlithgow

Party at the Palace 2020 tickets

Saturday 8th - Sunday 9th August 2020

Lochside Field Linlithgow in Linlithgow

No age restrictions

Tickets for Party at the Palace

Party At The Palace 2020, Linlithgow
Saturday 8th August 2020 - Sunday 9th August 2020 tickets:

Type of Ticket Price QuantityQty
Weekend tickets
Tier 2 - Adult Weekend Ticket £98.15
(£89.00 + bf)
Kids Weekend Ticket Tier 1 (Very Early Bird)
Under 18's must be accompanied by an adult. No more than 4 children per adult.
£20.05
(£18.00 + bf)
Day tickets
Adult Day Ticket (Saturday)
Ages 16+ // Under 18 require accompany
£56.90
(£51.50 + bf)
Adult Day Ticket (Sunday)
Ages 16+ // Under 18 require accompany
£56.90
(£51.50 + bf)
Child Saturday Ticket (Early Bird)
Under 18's must be accompanied by an adult. No more than 4 children per adult.
£11.25
(£10.00 + bf)
Child Sunday Ticket (Early Bird)
Under 18's must be accompanied by an adult. No more than 4 children per adult.
£11.25
(£10.00 + bf)
VIP
Saturday VIP Bolt On Ticket
Requires standard entry ticket
£66.25
(£60.00 + bf)
Sunday VIP Bolt On Ticket
Requires standard entry ticket
£66.25
(£60.00 + bf)

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Delivery fee £3.25 per order applies

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ADULT TICKET

Adult tickets are applicable to anybody over the age of 16. Anyone under the age of 18 will need an accompanying adult who is 18+

CAMPING CHAIRS

Is the site suitable for camping chairs?

While many find it comfortable and convenient taking in a small folding chair to sit on, they are deemed an inconvenience by others. To strike a balance, PATP does allow people to bring in camping chairs however they will not be allowed to be positioned directly in front of the stage.

There will be a ‘chair free zone’ in a stewarded area around 50 metres from the stage. There is a very large area beyond that in which you are welcome to ‘park’ your seating for the whole day and you can then of course move closer to the stage when you fancy getting into the thick of it and retiring back to your seats again – just like at the dancin! We would also ask you to think of the environment and take your chairs home with you”

SAFETY

Following advice from Police Scotland and in line with other music events this summer, Party at The Palace are obliged to pass on the following information. 

In light of recent events, there will be an increased security and police presence at this years Glen’s Party at The Palace. All customers and belongings may be subjected to searches. We would ask therefor that you only bring essentials to the event arena with a reminder that no food or drink can be brought into the event.

Those caught in possession of any restricted item will have the item confiscated and may be refused entry. In addition we would ask you to consider fellow revellers; more bags mean more searches meaning larger queues. We will operate a fast track queue system for those without bags to enter quicker. 

Small camping chairs will still be allowed in, however they will not be allowed to be positioned in the zone directly between the stage and mixing position. There will be an additional large screen and designated area for those who wish to have more space around them while still enjoying the event.

Please do not leave items unattended at any time and you see anything suspicious, please alert a member of security or police. 

Your safety is paramount to the success of Glen’s Party at The Palace. We want you to have a great time and we appreciate your cooperation.

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