Our ticketing system is part of the Access Card scheme. It allows you to tell us about any accessibility requirements you have in advance of joining us at an event. Link your Access Card to your account so we receive your accessibility information. Our volunteers can then support any adjustments you need, so we can… Read more »
Orkney Friends are able to book free tickets for our BBC Radio Orkney Live Lounge sessions. You can go behind the scenes on a live radio broadcast and enjoy bonus performances. These tickets are available on a first come, first served basis.
Orkney Friends can buy tickets for one event per programme timeslot. If you buy tickets for 7.30pm on Friday night, you can’t also book tickets for another event at the same time. Our ticket system won’t let you put conflicting events in your basket. Please bear this in mind when planning what you’d like to… Read more »
Your account is very clever and already knows you’re an Orkney Friend! Use the login details you created when signing up for Orkney Friends to buy tickets. If you’ve forgotten your password reset it in advance of the sale to make sure you have no issues when tickets go live.
Check the ticket page of our website to see if it’s sold out or if there might still be tickets left on the door. If there are tickets available these will be on a first come, first served basis. We recommend getting to the venue as soon as the doors open to secure your space…. Read more »
We don’t offer a waiting list as all our tickets are non-refundable. Individual ticketholders can resell any tickets they’re unable to use. We can’t facilitate this between different groups of customers.
All our tickets are non-refundable, but you’re able to resell your tickets at your own discretion. We’re unable to do on your behalf either in advance of or during the festival. This includes at the doors of events if you have a last minute change of plans. Bear in mind that our team of volunteers… Read more »
All our tickets are non-refundable as outlined in our terms and conditions. Take care to only order tickets you actually need as we can’t offer you a refund for anything bought by mistake.
We recommend saving tickets to Apple or Google Wallet. We can’t guarantee that you’ll have a strong enough signal to download tickets when you arrive at all our venues. Make sure you come prepared to avoid any disappointment.
Our digital tickets work in a similar approach to larger companies like Ticketmaster. When you arrive, take out your ticket, either as a digital or printed copy. It’ll have a barcode on it, which one of our friendly volunteers will scan to allow you entry into the event.
Emailing digital tickets to you is secure, efficient and direct. You must look after your tickets in the run up to the festival, just like a paper copy. Don’t share your tickets with anyone who you aren’t planning to attend the event with. If someone gets a copy and uses it at the door of… Read more »
We’re working hard to reduce the environmental impact of the festival. Oe way we can do that is by reducing the number of tickets we print each year. Sending the tickets to you is also a much more efficient process. You receive your tickets within minutes of placing an order. It also reduces the amount… Read more »
We understand that sometimes unexpected things happen and tickets get mislaid. However, we can’t allow anyone to enter a venue without tickets, so please don’t ask us to. If you need any help with your tickets contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can download and save an A4 PDF version of your tickets, which you can then print off. If you don’t have a printer, there are local businesses who can help you. Sinclair Office Supplies is in Stromness and Kirkwall and Orkney Office Supplies is in Kirkwall.
You’ll receive email containing a link to your digital tickets once you’ve paid for your order. You can either download them and print a PDF, or save them to your Apple or Google Wallet. Make sure you take care of saving or printing your tickets well in advance of attending event(s). We can’t allow entry… Read more »
If you’d like to complete a group booking you should buy one of our larger Orkney Friends membership levels. Orkney Friends is available for groups of up to two, four, six, eight or ten adults. Each membership can also buy unlimited children’s tickets. Please think about how many tickets you’ll want to buy for your… Read more »
Orkney Friends can buy tickets for the number of adults in their membership level, plus children’s tickets. However, Orkney Friends can buy tickets for one event per programme timeslot. If you buy tickets for 7.30pm on Friday night, you can’t also book tickets for another event at the same time.
Tickets go on general release on Wednesday 27 March 2024. The Orkney Friends pre-sale will start on Saturday 23 March 2024.
We’ll publish the programme in early March 2024. If you’d like to know when it’s available we recommend signing up to our mailing list to get email updates.