The 7th annual Riverside Festival will return to Glasgow in 2019 on the Bank Holiday weekend of Saturday May 25th and Sunday 26th. Scotland’s biggest electronic music festival will take place in the grounds of the Riverside Museum on the banks of the Clyde, bringing together the biggest and best electrical artists and DJs in this unique and iconic location.

will take place in the grounds of the Riverside Museum on the banks of the Clyde, bringing together the biggest and best electrical artists and DJs in this unique and iconic location.

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  • Entry to Event and Getting Served at Bars
  • Are event tickets transferable/refundable?
  • Bags and Searches
  • Can I bring my own Alcohol?
  • Can I bring my own food?
  • Zero Glass
  • Will there be cash machines on site?
  • Can I pay by card?
  • Travel - Transport links
  • Drugs, weapons and legal highs.
  • Other Prohibited Items
  • Will there be a first aid/welfare tent?
  • Exit and Re-Entry
  • Am I allowed to bring my camera along?
  • Is there a dress code?
  • What will the weather be like during the festival?
  • In order to gain entry to the event and get served at any of our bars inline with the Challenge 25 policy we accept the following types of ID:

    • Current UK or Overseas Driving License/ Provisional License Photocard

    • Current UK or Overseas Current Passport

    • Overseas Only Valid National ID card

     

  • Tickets are strictly non transferable and non-refundable.

    You may be asked for proof of identity at entry. If this cannot be supplied then entry may be refused with no refund given.

     

     

     

  • All event attendees will be subject to a search before entry is permitted to the event

    Please don’t bring a bag unless it is absolutely essential. Bags larger than 30cm x 42cm (the size of a sheet of A3 paper) will NOT be permitted. Those who need to bring bags will be separated into bag search lanes, and may be delayed as a result of these searches. Please note that there are no storage lockers available at the event.

     

  • No. Bringing your own alcohol is prohibited.

    Various alcoholic beverages including draught beer, packaged beer, ciders, wine, spirits & mix, juices, and water can be bought at the Riverside Festival across various bars.

    The Challenge 25 process will be in operation across all bars within the festival site and will be rigorously enforced.

     

  • No. Food can be purchased from a variety of street food vendors on site.

  • Glass bottles and containers are not permitted in the event.

    All glass will be confiscated and not returned.

     

  • No. There are a number of cash machines near all the public transport hubs on the way to the Riverside Festival

     

  • Yes - all our bars accept card payments.

     

     

  • We are a 5 min walk from Partick Train station and subway in Glasgow’s west end.

     

    If you are travelling into Glasgow BOTH Glasgow Central and Queen Street have connecting trains to Partick - or you will find a Taxi Rank outside both stations.

     

    Please check details and conditions before you travel with your respective providers.

     

  • The organisers of the Riverside Festival event are working closely with the Police and local authorities to make this a safe, crime-free event on your doorstep. Please do not bring drugs or weapons to the festival. This includes 'Legal Highs'.

     

    You will to be searched at the entrance to the event and anyone found with illegal substances will be passed directly to the police on site. Riverside Festival operates a ZERO-TOLERANCE policy on these substances/materials. Anyone found in possession of drugs, 'Legal Highs' or weapons at the event will be ejected from the show and not permitted to re-enter without refund.

     

  • Drones, portable laser equipment, laser pens, air horns, megaphones, vuvuzelas, kites, spray paint cans, aerosols over 250ml, sound systems, gazebos, unofficial tabards and reflective jackets, or any item that could be considered a weapon, including multi-tools, are not permitted.

    Flares, gas or smoke devices, fireworks, sparklers, Chinese / sky lanterns, firewood, candles or any flames are also not permitted.

    Items will be confiscated and not returned.

     

  • First aiders and welfare services are available at the event on both days.  These will be clearly marked in Sitemaps.

     

  • We don’t allow exit and re-entry to our event in line with our licensing restrictions.  Please make sure you bring anything you need with you onsite.

     

  • You may bring a non-professional camera into the event. If you wish to bring a professional camera you must contact us first and seek permission.

     

  • You know the type of event this is - there will be no football colours allowed. Fancy dress is positively encouraged.

     

  • Please keep informed on local weather via http://www.metoffice.gov.uk and dress accordingly.

     

  • Entry to Event and Getting Served at Bars
  • In order to gain entry to the event and get served at any of our bars inline with the Challenge 25 policy we accept the following types of ID:

    • Current UK or Overseas Driving License/ Provisional License Photocard

    • Current UK or Overseas Current Passport

    • Overseas Only Valid National ID card

     

  • Are event tickets transferable/refundable?
  • Tickets are strictly non transferable and non-refundable.

    You may be asked for proof of identity at entry. If this cannot be supplied then entry may be refused with no refund given.

     

     

     

  • Bags and Searches
  • All event attendees will be subject to a search before entry is permitted to the event

    Please don’t bring a bag unless it is absolutely essential. Bags larger than 30cm x 42cm (the size of a sheet of A3 paper) will NOT be permitted. Those who need to bring bags will be separated into bag search lanes, and may be delayed as a result of these searches. Please note that there are no storage lockers available at the event.

     

  • Can I bring my own Alcohol?
  • No. Bringing your own alcohol is prohibited.

    Various alcoholic beverages including draught beer, packaged beer, ciders, wine, spirits & mix, juices, and water can be bought at the Riverside Festival across various bars.

    The Challenge 25 process will be in operation across all bars within the festival site and will be rigorously enforced.

     

  • Can I bring my own food?
  • No. Food can be purchased from a variety of street food vendors on site.

  • Zero Glass
  • Glass bottles and containers are not permitted in the event.

    All glass will be confiscated and not returned.

     

  • Will there be cash machines on site?
  • No. There are a number of cash machines near all the public transport hubs on the way to the Riverside Festival

     

  • Can I pay by card?
  • Yes - all our bars accept card payments.

     

     

  • Travel - Transport links
  • We are a 5 min walk from Partick Train station and subway in Glasgow’s west end.

     

    If you are travelling into Glasgow BOTH Glasgow Central and Queen Street have connecting trains to Partick - or you will find a Taxi Rank outside both stations.

     

    Please check details and conditions before you travel with your respective providers.

     

  • Drugs, weapons and legal highs.
  • The organisers of the Riverside Festival event are working closely with the Police and local authorities to make this a safe, crime-free event on your doorstep. Please do not bring drugs or weapons to the festival. This includes 'Legal Highs'.

     

    You will to be searched at the entrance to the event and anyone found with illegal substances will be passed directly to the police on site. Riverside Festival operates a ZERO-TOLERANCE policy on these substances/materials. Anyone found in possession of drugs, 'Legal Highs' or weapons at the event will be ejected from the show and not permitted to re-enter without refund.

     

  • Other Prohibited Items
  • Drones, portable laser equipment, laser pens, air horns, megaphones, vuvuzelas, kites, spray paint cans, aerosols over 250ml, sound systems, gazebos, unofficial tabards and reflective jackets, or any item that could be considered a weapon, including multi-tools, are not permitted.

    Flares, gas or smoke devices, fireworks, sparklers, Chinese / sky lanterns, firewood, candles or any flames are also not permitted.

    Items will be confiscated and not returned.

     

  • Will there be a first aid/welfare tent?
  • First aiders and welfare services are available at the event on both days.  These will be clearly marked in Sitemaps.

     

  • Exit and Re-Entry
  • We don’t allow exit and re-entry to our event in line with our licensing restrictions.  Please make sure you bring anything you need with you onsite.

     

  • Am I allowed to bring my camera along?
  • You may bring a non-professional camera into the event. If you wish to bring a professional camera you must contact us first and seek permission.

     

  • Is there a dress code?
  • You know the type of event this is - there will be no football colours allowed. Fancy dress is positively encouraged.

     

  • What will the weather be like during the festival?
  • Please keep informed on local weather via http://www.metoffice.gov.uk and dress accordingly.

     

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