Yorkshire news Banned items and parking info for Scarborough Open Air gigs this summer PremierLeague-News.Com
PremierLeague-News.Com - Scarborough Open Air Theatre will welcome acts including Christina Aguilera, Lewis Capaldi and George Ezra
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Scarborough Open Air Theatre will welcome a host of major music superstars this summer and here’s everything you need to know to enjoy the shows. Popular venue Scarborough Open Air Theatre (OAT) is set for a record-breaking summer with ticket sales at the Yorkshire coast venue expected to smash the 100,000 mark for the first time. Over the summer, the Scarborough venue will welcome performances by Bryan Adams, Christina Aguilera, Lewis Capaldi, Westlife and George Ezra. The programme will kick off with a performance by Sam Fender on Friday, May 27. Read more: Everything you need to know about Leeds Festival 2022 It is thought the shows will bring a £7m economic benefit to the region this summer. If you are going to the concerts we want to make sure you enjoy them as much as you can. So, we’ve put together a round up of all the key things you need to know. Take a scroll below to find all the key information. Line up The summer series kicked off in May with a show from Sam Fender. Since then, RuPaul's Drag Race and Jane McDonald have also appeared. You can see the upcoming schedule below: June 25 - Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons June 30 - Michael Ball and Alfie Boe July 1 - Bryan Adams July 3 - A-ha July 9 - Elbow July 14 - The Script July 16 - Tears For Fears July 22 - Simply Red July 23 - Westlife July 26 - Sir Tom Jones August 2 - Christina Aguilera August 11 - Lewis Capaldi September 23 - George Ezra Travel The nearest train station to the venue is Scarborough Train Station with the venue being a relatively short walk from there. Alternatively, there are taxi and bus options available. Car parking If you are driving to a concert there are car parks located close to Scarborough Open Air Theatre.
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. All council car parks offer free parking after 6pm. Organisers ask for those attending shows to be considerate and not park on grass verges, across driveways or where an obstruction may occur. Banned items There will be security checks entering the event grounds. You are allowed to bring bags but they have to be A4 size. Like any major event, organisers have a list of banned items which you are not allowed to bring to the site. This is to ensure the events can run safely for those attending. Items banned include: Alcohol - There are licenced bars at the site Animals - Except guide dogs Luggage Computers, laptops, iPads Large bags Umbrellas Professional Recording (Photo, Video, Audio) Selfie Sticks Cans Drugs - Medication is accepted with a medical note Helmets Food and drink - There are stalls at the site Lasers Glass Aerosols Flags Weapons Flares Power banks Chairs and furniture One sealed water bottle is allowed per person - max size of bottle 500ml. It also worth noting all bars, food stall and merchandise vendors at the venue are cashless. Tickets Tickets are on sale now for all the shows on this summer's schedule for Scarborough Open Air Theatre. If you’d like to go to any of the shows you can call the venue’s box office on 01723 818111 or visiting the venue’s website. You can find the latest news about big gigs happening in Yorkshire by visiting our What's On homepage. There you can also find news about great things to do across the region. Read next Disney On Ice is coming to Sheffield this Christmas George Ezra announces Sheffield show 22 Yorkshire festivals and outdoor shows happening this summer Watch the tender moment Diana Ross plays tribute to audience member at Yorkshire gig 14 photos from Kaiser Chiefs' epic comeback concert
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