From booking a venue to getting a ticket to your next concert, the rules and regulations are all the same for every country in the world.
If you have any questions about what you need to know, take a look at the questions on this guide to getting tickets.
The key points are: If you’re buying tickets from the ticket office, you can buy up to five tickets per person.
You can buy more than one ticket per person for one person, but you can only buy up of a maximum of five tickets.
There are no limits on the number of tickets you can have.
You must be 21 or over to buy a ticket.
Ticket offices are open on weekdays from 8am to 5pm and on weekends from 9am to 4pm.
Ticket brokers are open for a limited number of hours on Monday to Saturday, and on public holidays from 9pm to 6am.
When you buy a booking from the booking office, they’ll tell you exactly how many tickets you need.
If your ticket is not confirmed, they can’t refund it to you.
However, if they’re unable to confirm your ticket, they won’t refund you either.
Tickets can be bought online or from the Ticket Office.
You should book as early as possible.
The best times to book are from 9.30am to 6pm.
On average, ticket brokers take about 10 minutes to process your ticket.
If they can get you into the venue in time, they will then send you a booking slip to confirm the date, time and location of your concert.
If tickets are taken from the front door of the venue, you must leave by 6pm on the day you booked them.
You cannot use a mobile phone or tablet while you’re at the venue.
The venue is also responsible for any damage caused by someone using your tickets.
If the venue has issues with your ticket not being confirmed, the venue will contact you.
If there’s an issue with your booking, you’ll need to contact the venue within 48 hours of the event.
If this doesn’t happen, they may issue you a refund.
Ticket agents are the third party responsible for your ticket buying and can only send you an email after the event has started.
If a cancellation is made, the agent will give you a copy of the ticket and will then take it to the venue and send you the full refund.
There is no time limit on how long an agent can process your booking.
They can’t cancel a booking, so you’ll get a refund in the event that your tickets are not confirmed.
However they can be more flexible than a ticket broker, and you may need to ask the agent if there’s any further information they can provide.
Ticket office staff are not allowed to take your payment, so there’s no need to take them to the event if you’re unsure.
Tickets cannot be refunded if they don’t meet the venue’s specifications.
The venues can’t hold any of your belongings, so they won: If there is no venue available, they must provide a replacement venue if your tickets don’t work out for you