Edinburgh Old Town

Wee Dub Festival 2020 tickets

Friday 13th - Sunday 15th March 2020

Edinburgh Old Town in Edinburgh

Minimum age: 18

Tickets for Wee Dub Festival

Wee Dub Festival 2020, Edinburgh
Friday 13th March 2020 - Sunday 15th March 2020 tickets:

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Type of Ticket Price QuantityQty
Weekend tickets
Weekend Pass - Tier 2
Includes access to all sessions.
£42.05
(£38.00 + bf)
Day tickets
Session 1 - Advance Earlybird Ticket
Friday 13th March: Mungo's Hi-Fi & Charlie P, OBF & Sr. Wilson, Chopstick Dubplate & More.
£13.45
(£12.00 + bf)
Session 2 - Advance Ticket
Saturday 14th March: Mighty Oak Soundsystem Meets Crucial Roots Soundsystem
£8.00
(£7.00 + bf)
Session 3 - Advance Ticket
Saturday 14th March: Dubkasm, Egoless (Live), Sinai Soundystem, Adam Prescott & More over 3 rooms.
£12.35
(£11.00 + bf)
Session 4 - Advance Ticket
Sunday 15th March: Channel One Soundsystem with Messenger Soundsystem
£12.35
(£11.00 + bf)
Saturday Ticket
Saturday 14th March: Gives discount access to Sessions 2 and 3.
£17.85
(£16.00 + bf)
Personal Assistant Ticket
Please see the event description below if you require a personal assistant ticket
£0.00
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Event Times

Friday 13th March

Opens: 10.00am
Closes 1.00am

Saturday 14th March

Opens: 10.00am
Closes: 1.00am

Sunday 15th March

Opens: 10.00am
Closes: 1.00am

*Times subject to change

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