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BelfastLive: Snow Patrol at Ward Park Bangor banned items list released by promoters

Snow Patrol are bringing a huge day of music to Bangor on Saturday and with thousands hitting up the seaside town there are a couple of rules in place.

It’s the band’s third Ward Park show and and they’ve brought with them the likes of Foy Vance and Ash to complete a packed local line-up.

Promoters have issued a list of what you can and can’t do.

List of ‘dont’s’:

  • Do not drink alcohol on board buses or trains – it is illegal to do so.Enforcement operations to seize alcohol will be in place at various locations on main roads leading to the venue and along pedestrian routes leading to the concert site. Offenders will be liable for a £1000 fine.
  • Do not bring alcohol, food, drinks (excl. less than 500ml sealed water), glass cans, fireworks, flags, laser pens or pointers, spikes, studs or other items that could be considered dangerous, umbrellas, poles, fold up or blow up chairs or garden furniture, professional audio or visual recording equipment. It is most likely you will be removed from site if any of these items are found on your possession, and there are no lockers for storage
  • Prohibited items will be confiscated and disposed of.
  • Football or GAA tops will not be permitted on the concert site, so please don’t wear these to the event. Sports flags/banners are also not permitted
  • Do not park illegally. Towing arrangements are in operation.
  • Please follow signs to the designated parking facilities for cars and buses etc. Parking available at Bloomfield Playing Fields and Valentines Park.
  • Do not buy tickets from unofficial sources.
  • Do not rush the exits after the concert.
  • Crowd surfing, moshing or other antisocial behaviour is not permitted – those found doing so may be removed from the venue without refund and the relevant authorities will be notified.
  • Absolutely no overnight camping

Snow Patrol are bringing a huge day of music to Bangor on Saturday and with thousands hitting up the seaside town there are a couple of rules in place.

It’s the band’s third Ward Park show and and they’ve brought with them the likes of Foy Vance and Ash to complete a packed local line-up.

  • Prohibited items will be confiscated and disposed of.
  • Football or GAA tops will not be permitted on the concert site, so please don’t wear these to the event. Sports flags/banners are also not permitted
  • Do not park illegally. Towing arrangements are in operation.
  • Please follow signs to the designated parking facilities for cars and buses etc. Parking available at Bloomfield Playing Fields and Valentines Park.
  • Do not buy tickets from unofficial sources.
  • Do not rush the exits after the concert.
Snow Patrol on stage
  • Crowd surfing, moshing or other antisocial behaviour is not permitted – those found doing so may be removed from the venue without refund and the relevant authorities will be notified.
  • Absolutely no overnight camping

List of ‘dos’:

    • Please dress appropriately for the weather. Please check the weather forecast and bring wellies if needed.
    • Respect the property and privacy of the residents in the vicinity of the Ward Park Playing Fields
    • For your own safety please co-operate with the directions of the Stewards and PSNI and follow any public address announcements. Move slowly and quietly while exiting the concert and cooperate with the stewards’ and follow their directions.
    • Drink responsibly – if you are of legal age and choose to consume alcohol please drink responsibly. For all drink aware facts please see http://www.drinkaware.co.uk. Please note – the Promoter reserves the right to refuse admission to any patrons deemed to be intoxicated and/or engaging in antisocial behaviour, or to have them escorted from site without a refund.
    • Please note that catering and bar facilities will be available in the concert site. Please contact the Promoter directly should you require to bring food or drink for medical reasons access@mcd.ie.
    • Photo ID may be required to purchase alcohol at the Event. You are not permitted to bring alcohol onto the concert site and there will be thorough searches in place.
    • Please note it is concert goer’s responsibility to prove their age when requested. You may be asked to produce ID to prove your age especially if you are deemed to not meet the age policies for the Event.
    • Note that official merchandise will be available within the concert site only.
    • Arrange for all after show drop-off and pick-ups on Abbey Street due to traffic restrictions in place around the concert site. There will be no stopping or parking on The Ring Road, Gransha Road or Broadway.
    • There are no re-admissions to the concert unless by prior arrangement through the Promoter. Please contact MCD in advance if you need to make arrangements access@mcd.ie
    • The Promoter is aware of the high noise levels at events of this nature and therefore considers large outdoor festivals and concerts unsuitable for small children. There will not be any arrangements to facilitate babies and small children on site.
    • If you have any queries or require any assistance during the event you should advise a member of staff as soon as possible.

Source: BelfastLive.co.uk.

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