Stiff Little Fingers
Wednesday 16th March 2022
6.30pm | Doors Open
7.25 - 7.50 pm | TV Smith onstage
8.05 - 8:50 pm | Professionals onstage
9.20 - 11.00 pm | SLF onstage
Bar Open 6.30pm until 11pm | Cash and cards accepted
All tickets issued from the originally scheduled shows are valid for the new dates - please email us if you have any issues with lost tickets. We cannot deal with lost tickets on the day of the event and anyone arriving without a ticket or Skiddle confirmation cannot be admitted
Skiddle purchasers should use the etickets issued.
Please note that we cannot offer refunds at this stage and we suggest putting your tickets for sale through Twickets.
The following has been produced as a guide for those attending the Stiff Little Fingers gig at Troon Concert Hall. Whilst we recognise that restrictions have relaxed they have not been removed and the basic premise we work on for all of our events is simply one of RESPECT for those around you. The fact that this event has been rescheuld three times means it is worthwhile outlining the entrance, seating and standing arrangments along with the facilties and services available within the venue.
Covid - The short version...
- COVID Passports | are NOT required for entry
- Masks | As a rule of thumb masks are still required to be worn except when, eating, drinking or dancing. Please respect those around you who may be more cautious than you are.
- Testing | We would request that COVID tests are taken before attendance and obviously please do not attend if you have symptoms or test positive.
More details are published regarding full guidance at the foot of this page. Please read before attending.
The triple postponement of this event brings with it some of its own communication issues and we appreciate your support with the following;
Important Ticket Information
We have tried to ensure email contact with everyone but understand that not all are received and some addresses may have changed. Please advise anyone you know who is going of this page and help ensure that they are aware of the conditions of entry. If anyone arrives withough a valid physcial or e-ticket it is likely that they will not be able to be admitted. The promoters will do their best to deal with any issues arising but cannot guarantee any admission to anyone who has not contacted us ahead of the event.
Please note that there will be no-one available on the door to discuss lost tickets or other enquiries until 8pm at the earliest.
Admission | Queuing | Wristbands | Balcony Seating
Entrance is by the the main concert hall doors and there will be two queues managed by our team
To the left all seated tickets
To the right all standing tickets
All ticket holders will be issued with a coloured band giving access to standing or seated areas.
These will be issued at check in with different colours for balcony and main hall. Please do not attempt to entire the main hall without the appropriate band. You will be asked to leave immediately
Under 18s will be issued with a separate identifiable band
All Skiddle e-ticket holders will be issued with their allocated seat ticket from the box office on arrival. Please have your e-ticket ready and the surname of the booker for collection.
There is disabled access and facilities - please advise in advance where possible that access is required. There are no lifts to the seating areas.
Located on the ground floor with direct access from the main (standing) hall
There is a secondary area accessed from the entrance hall for those seated upstairs
The bar accepts both cash and cards
There will be a selection of draft beers, cider and Guinness and spirits and wine and soft drinks
There are paid cloakroom facilities for the main (standing) hall adjacent to the merchandise in the corridor housing the washrooms. Cash only.
There will be our usual pie stall available off of the entrance hall serving the famous Kilmarnock Pies! This is cash only.
COVID Latest Guidelines and Restrictions
Although this is a moveable feast we are trying to keep on top of the controls as we understand them. We have provided the council and Environmental with our Risk Assessment along with detail of our own additional processes.
We are following government guidelines and would ask that you acquaint yourself with these in advance of arrival as it will make it easier and safer for us all.
COVID Guidance for Troon Concert Hall
In line with Scottish Government guidelines, proof of vaccine status or negative test on entry will no longer be required from Monday 28th February.
We are still encouraging you to test before attending and not attend if you test positive. Face coverings are also still mandatory indoors, unless exempt, eating, drinking, or dancing.
In line with Scottish Government guidelines, face coverings are still mandatory at all times during the event, unless exempt or eating, drinking or dancing.
Sanitising stations are available throughout the concert hall for your use. We encourage you to sanitise your hands frequently.
Respect - Keep Your Distance
Please act respectfully to others around you who may still have more concerns than you. Please remain considerate to others, giving them time and space where possible to move around, understanding we all have different needs.
Following Government advice, you should not attend an event if you have tested positive for COVID, are displaying symptoms or are required to self-isolate. Click here for more information on COVID symptoms.
Ventilation has been increased and the venue will be improving circulation by keeping doors and windows open where possible.
The council have enhanced all cleaning throughout the venue before, during and after events and there continues to be a focus on high touch point areas.
The venue has QR Code check ins around the halls you are asked you to scan the QR code on display.