In light of the Scottish Government’s update on 28 September, proof of double vaccination will be required from 1 October for some of our events. Please read the following information carefully for the full details.
For information on what we're doing to keep staff and customers safe, please see our Coronavirus Information page. You can also find information on vaccine passports for specific events on each event listing on our website.
When will vaccine passports be required?
If your event takes place between 1 and 17 October
To get our system working as smoothly as possible and test our processes, we’ll be asking customers to show proof of double vaccination from Friday 1 October for all events. If you don’t have a vaccine passport, you’ll still be able to gain entry up to and including Sunday 17 October.
If your event takes place on or after 18 October
Unless you are under 18 or medically exempt, vaccine passports will be enforced from Monday 18 October across some events. On every event listing on our website, we’ll note whether the vaccine passport is required for entry so please check first before contacting us.
Which events do I need a vaccine passport for?
You will need a vaccine passport for:
- All club nights in all of our venues (events that finish at 3am)
- All concerts that take place in the TV Studio or Galvanizers
You will not need a vaccine passport for:
- Bongo’s Bingo
- Gigs in the Warehouse
- Gigs in the Poetry Club
- Acid Bar bookings
- Private/corporate bookings with less than 500 people
You also don’t need a vaccine passport if you are medically exempt or under 18.
How do I get a vaccine passport?
A vaccine passport is proof that you have had a double vaccination. You can request this from the NHS through their website. You can either download a PDF to your phone, or get a letter sent to your house. Please bring one of these to the venue, and have them out ready to scan when you are in the queue.