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OCEAN CITY SOUNDS 2018

Bastille, Ella Eyre, Professor Green, Pete Tong & Heritage Orchestra

Location

Plymouth Hoe, Plymouth, PL1 3DE

Dates

26th – 27th July 2018

Contact

01752 668000

FANCY MEETING BASTILLE?

We are giving you the opportunity to meet Bastille at Ocean City Sounds.

Simply purchase a ticket in the next 7 days (between 00.01 on Monday 18th June 2018 and 00.15 on Sunday  and you automatically go into a draw to win this awesome opportunity. Purchase your ticket below now for your chance!

Terms & Conditions

• The promotion will run from Monday 18th June 2018 at 09.00 until 00.15 on 24th June 2018.
• The prize for this competition is one meet and greet with Bastille for no more than 2 people at MTV Presents: Ocean City Sounds on Thursday 26 July. Winners will be notified of the time for the meet and greet which will take place on the day of the event.
• Competition entrants must have a valid ticket in order to attend the meet and greet and must meet all relevant ticketing terms and conditions.
• No cash alternative is available
• Plymouth City Council, as organisers of the event reserve the right to withdraw this competition at any time.

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OCS - Day One Only - 26th July 2018 £25
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OCS - Day Two Only - 27th July 2018 £25
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OCS - Two Day Pass - 26th-27th July £45
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Terms & Conditions
  • Every person attending the concert over the age of 3 will need a ticket.
  • Those under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult aged 18 or over. Only Photo ID will be required if challenged to prove age – photographic driving licence or a passport or PASS hologram proof of age card.
  • Photocopies will not be accepted. The ratio of adult to children will be 1:3.

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When and where is the event happening?
The Ocean City Sounds event is taking place on Thursday 26 and Friday 27 July on Plymouth Hoe.fdis Night one (Thursday) will feature Bastille, Ella Eyre, Professor Green and R3wire & Varski and night 2 (Friday) will feature Pete Tong and the Heritage Orchestra perform Ibiza Classics conducted by Jules Buckley, with support from Tom Findlay (Groove Armada) and Danny Howard.

How much are tickets and where can I buy them?
Tickets are priced at £25.00 per day. You can buy an Event Pass ticket which will give you access to both nights for £45.00 There is a £2.50 booking fee per ticket. Tickets can be purchased from above. For further information please refer to the event ticketing information as advertised.

Is there a postcode restriction on ticket sales?
No.

Can I purchase a ticket on the day?
It is highly unlikely that there will be any tickets available on the day. If this changes, we will let you know.

Is the concert suitable for people of all ages and do children need a ticket?
Every person attending the concert over the age of 3 will need a ticket.
Those under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult aged 18 or over. Only Photo ID will be required if challenged to prove age – photographic driving licence or a passport or PASS hologram proof of age card.
Photocopies will not be accepted. The ratio of adult to children will be 1:3.

Is there a concessionary ticket for disabled people?
All ticket prices are set as standard for this event. For further details please see the ‘Disabled Customers’ section of the Ocean City Sounds website here: https://www.oceancitysounds.co.uk/disabled-customers.

Are there any ticketing conditions and will I be able to get a refund?
Tickets are non-refundable and people are advised to read and understand the terms & conditions before buying tickets. See the event info here: https://www.oceancitysounds.co.uk/ticket-information

Rejection / Ejection Policy
There will be a Zero tolerance policy in force. The organisers reserve the right to refuse admission or eject any people for anti-social or threatening behaviour, actions likely to cause damage or injury, or failure to comply with the reasonable request of the organisers. Entry will also be refused to those who appear to be drunk, under the influence of drugs or found to be carrying contraband items.
You will be searched at the entrance. Any items which the organisers consider may be used in an illegal or offensive manner will be confiscated and you may be asked to leave or be ejected from the site.

VENUE & FACILITIES

Where is Plymouth Hoe?
Plymouth Hoe is an outdoor public space and live events venue located on the historic waterfront of Plymouth. The Hoe is an obvious focal point for the city, with its spectacular backdrop of Plymouth Sound, one of the world’s great natural harbours.
No doubt you will know it for Sir Francis Drake’s legendary game of bowls before leaving to defeat the Spanish Armada.

How do I access the event arena?
 Gates will open for entry at 3:30pm on Day 1 and 5:30pm on Day 2 of the event
There are three gates:
Gate A – The Bowling Club by Citadel Road.
Gate B – The Holiday Inn by Citadel Road.
Gate C – Hoe Road via Madeira Road on the waterfront.
Last entries will be at 10pm each night.

If I need to leave the arena can I get back in?
No, there will be no re-entries permitted once you are inside the concert arena. In the case of emergencies please contact a member of the crew, a steward or member of the security team for further help and assistance. Last entries will be at 10pm each night.
Please keep hold of your ticket receipt in case of an emergency evacuation and re-entry is required .

Will there be alcohol available at the concert?
Yes, alcohol will be available to purchase from the licensed bars within the concert arena. No alcohol will be served to anyone under the age of 18. A check 25 age verification policy will be in operation at all times and photographic identification showing proof of age may be required.

Can I bring food and drink to the concert?
Strictly no food or drink can be taken into the site – with the exception of personal supplies of water in a plastic container with an unbroken seal (up to 500ml per person), or special medical supplies (please bring a doctor’s note if these are not obviously medicinal). Fully licensed bar, catering facilities and free drinking water will be available inside the arena.

Is seating provided and can I bring a chair to the concert?
There will be limited benches for sitting on the perimeter of the arena. Portable chairs or outdoor furniture will not be permitted inside the arena. Pushchairs or prams will not be permitted in the main arena area.

What other items can’t I bring?
Items that are not allowed inside the arena include but are not limited to; drugs, offensive weapons, umbrellas, legal highs, selfie sticks, flags, chairs, knives, flares, fireworks and smoke canisters. Please visit our event information page for the full list.
Anyone bringing any medication into the arena must have copies of their prescription and failure to do so might result in items being confiscated. A cloakroom facility will be in place.
Failure to dispose of any of the above will result in the person being asked to leave or evicted.
You will be searched at the entrance. Any items that the organisers consider may be used in an illegal or offensive manner will be confiscated and you may be asked to leave or be ejected from the site.

Can I bring an animal to the concert?
No, only registered assistance dogs will be permitted into the arena.

Are there toilet facilities?
Yes, there are plenty of toilets available within the arena.

Is there an ATM available at the event?
Yes, there will be onsite cash facilities available.

Can I smoke at the event?
Yes. As this is an outdoor venue, smoking is permitted, but please however be considerate towards other concert goers.

PHOTOGRAPHY

Can I take photos at the concert?
Yes, recreational photography of the event is allowed, however we ask that you be respectful to other people’s privacy at all times.
Photography/filming/recording for professional/commercial use is not permitted without prior written authorisation or media event accreditation from MTV Networks Europe or Plymouth City Council. No tripods or other large photography/film equipment may be used, unless by those with written authorisation or media event accreditation from the organisers.
All persons entering the arena consent to be filmed by MTV Networks Europe.

Can I get accreditation to take photos at the event?
Accreditation will be strictly controlled by Plymouth City Council’s corporate communications unit. Any filming, photography or interview requests should be made by email to communications@plymouth.gov.uk.

TRAVEL & TRANSPORT

How do I travel to and from the venue?
Walking: Plymouth Hoe is less than half a mile from the city centre.
Bus: A number of bus routes pass through Royal Parade in Plymouth city centre, which is less than half a mile from Plymouth Hoe. For all bus service timetable and further information please call Travel Line SW on 08712 002 233 or visit www.travelinesw.com.
Train: Plymouth Hoe is a short 15-minute walk from Plymouth Railway Station. For train services and timetable information visit www.nationalrail.co.uk.
Car: There are 19 car parks in and around the city centre, many of which will remain open until midnight on event nights. For details and locations visit www.plymouth.gov.uk/carparks. ​

Is there a pick-up / drop-off point or a taxi rank?
There will be a number of road closures in place around the immediate vicinity of the venue. These will be confirmed closer to the event date as will any pick up / drop off points. There will however be designated taxi ranks located nearby.