A vaccine certificate is required to attend this event.
OMD (Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark) have unveiled touring plans with an 15 date UK arena tour scheduled throughout November 2021.
The tour, that will see the band perform songs from their iconic album ‘Architecture & Morality’, plus many more hits from their legendary back catalogue, will stop off at London’s Eventim Apollo, and a hometown show at the Liverpool Empire.
OMD’s Andy McCluskey comments; “After purgatory without the oxygen of live performance to energise both artist and audience, what joy it is to know we will be able to share these moments again!"
The arena tour adds to what is an already exciting schedule of activity for fans and band alike. OMD recently announced a 40th anniversary limited edition 12” coloured vinyl release of legendary anti-war hit single ‘Enola Gay’ - out Nov 27th, and an extremely special live streamed show from London’s Indigo at The O2 on March 27th, 2021 @ 9.00pm - postponed from its original date of October 24th due to Covid travelling restrictions & Andy’s ongoing symptoms.
The show is set to raise money and awareness for their crew, whose livelihoods have been so affected in the wake of the global Covid-19 pandemic. Purchased tickets for this streamed show also give fans a 48 hour window to getting VIP access to the best seats in the house for the November arena tour.
Strap in and prepare for nothing but the best from a band who are unquestionably still at the very top of their game.
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Vaccination Certificate checks are in place for this event
In accordance with Scottish Government guidance, from 1st October 2021, those attending indoor events (unseated) with an audience of 500 people or more will be required to show they have been fully vaccinated (or otherwise exempt).
Which shows are affected?
Only shows where part of the audience is made up of a standing area are affected by the introduction of legislation on COVID Certificates.
For indoor seated events, COVID Certificates are only currently required on events with a capacity great than 10,000. Our seated events have a maximum capacity of 2200 and therefore COVID Certificates are not required at our seated events.
What do I need to provide?
To gain entry you must be able to show proof of your fully vaccinated status via the QR code either on the NHS Scotland COVID Check APP or a downloadable printed copy. Checks will be in place so please be prepared to do so on request. For more information click here.
The following exemptions apply:
* 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).
Visitors from the rest of the UK - and the broader Common Travel Area (including Republic of Ireland) - will be able to use their existing Covid Status apps with QR codes (and paper-based certificates) to gain entry to relevant venues in Scotland.
The vaccine certification scheme does not replace existing COVID safety measures detailed below; it is an additional safety measure. Visitors are still expected to wear face coverings when attending events in accordance with Government guidelines.
If I cannot attend due to vaccination status will I be eligible for a refund?
If you cannot attend due to vaccination status, please contact your original point of purchase to enquire further about a refund. Refund enquiries should be submitted no later than 48 hours prior to the event date.
Standing ticket dispatch date
Standing tickets are dispatched two weeks before the concert date. Tickets are sent out Recorded Delivery.
Standing is for those aged over 14. Under 16's must be accompanied by an adult.
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