A vaccine certificate is required to attend this event.
Until Covid 19 put a stop to all live music, Skipinnish were riding a huge and growing wave of popularity with sell-out show after sell-out show. The pent-up force of the long absence from doing what they love will see the band re-emerge with the power of the Great Atlantic swell of music and song.
With songs to raise the roof and bagpipe led tunes to fill the hall with power and energy, Edinburgh will be Walking on the Waves of Skipinnish on September 23rd at the Usher Hall!
This is a reschedule date | Click for further details
Please see the following statement from the Band:
It will come as no surprise, given the news over the last few days, that we have to announce that our final gig of the winter tour will not go ahead as planned on December 29th in Edinburgh. We were very excited to be finishing off 2021 at the Usher Hall as a celebration of getting back to live gigs. However, as things stand, it would be irresponsible to go ahead and risk the health of our audience, crew, band and family members, so we have rescheduled our gig to Friday 23rd September 2022. All tickets are valid for the new date and it will be a huge pleasure to see you all there!
As a band, along with many of our musician friends, we are devastated to be back in this situation. We hope you understand and we thank you for your love, support and patience. We wish you all a happy, healthy Christmas, and we’ll see you as soon as we’re able.
Customers are advised to retain their tickets if already issued and ticket confirmations as they remain valid for the new date.
Standing: Over 14's only. Under 16's must be accompanied by an adult 18+.
Seated: Over 8's only. Under 16's must be accompanied by an adult 18+.
In order to book wheelchair spaces and disabled companions please call the Box Office on 0131 228 1155. Lines are open Monday to Friday 10am - 2pm.
Vaccination Certificate/Lateral Flow checks are in place for this event
In accordance with Scottish Government guidance, from 6 December 2021, the audience for this event will be required to show either that they have been fully vaccinated or show NHS confirmation of a negative LFD test result from the last 24-hours.
What do I need to provide to gain entry using a vaccination certificate?
Be prepared to show proof of your fully vaccinated status via the QR code either on the NHS Scotland COVID Check APP or an official printed/downloadable version. Visitor from out Scotland can show prove vaccination status with the documentation issued from their country of origin. For more information click here. https://www.nhsinform.scot/covid-19-vaccine/after-your-vaccine/get-a-re…
The following exemptions apply for vaccine status checks:
* under 18s (you may be asked to provide proof of age)
* participants in vaccine trials
* people who cannot be vaccinated for medical reasons (you must provide a medical exemption certificate).
What do I need to provide to gain entry using a lateral flow test?
Show a negative LFD test result from the last 24-hours, by presenting an official text or email from the NHS. Can you report your LFD test results by visiting: nhsinform.scot/covidstatus
The vaccine certification scheme and lateral flow testing does not replace other COVID safety measures detailed below; Visitors are still expected to wear face coverings when attending events in accordance with Government guidelines.