Tributes in the Park tickets

Strathclyde Country Park in Motherwell

Saturday 1st - Sunday 2nd September 2018

2:00pm til 10:30pm (last entry 10:00pm)

Minimum Age: 18

Excited to announce a marvellous line up of pro tribute bands playing at Strathclyde Park playing over 2 days in September.


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Type of Ticket Price QuantityQty
Day tickets
General Admission Ticket Saturday 1 September 2018
Over 18's only
(£20.00 + bf)
General Admission Ticket Sunday 2 September 2018
Over 18s only.
(£20.00 + bf)

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Tributes in the Park on Saturday 1st - Sunday 2nd September 2018

MusicFest Scotland are really excited to announce Tributes in the Park at Strathclyde Park, featuring some of the best tribute acts in the UK

Gates open at 2 pm and the first band will start to play at 3 pm and the headline act will stop playing at 10.30pm.

On day one on Saturday 1 September The Absolute Jam, Status No, The Bhangra Beatles will be performing along side many more yet to be announced!

Sunday 2 September will see Simply Rod on stage along with Elvis and yet again many more to be announced.

Over 18's allowed and if you are lucky to look under 25 please bring along appropriate ID please!

Festivals Guide: 

This event is part of our Festivals 2018 guide

Music Genres: 

70s, 80s, Cheesy Dance, Disco, Pop

Entry Prices

Minimum age: 18

Entry price (public): 20 + fees

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