Frequently Asked Questions
From the Jam, Bad Manners, The Dualers & Death of Pop Guitar (will be playing Millennium Square as part of the Leeds Ska and Mod Fest on Sunday 11 August 2019. The gates will open at 3pm with the first band due to perform at 4pm.
Millennium Square is Leeds award winning city centre outdoor public space and live entertainment venue. Situated in front of Leeds Civic Hall in the heart of the civic quarter and surrounded by some of the city’s other most significant and iconic buildings; this unique space is accessible to all – and hosts a varied programme of year round events.
Built as Leeds’ flagship project to mark the year 2000, the venue is now widely renowned as a multi-functional live event venue hosting a wide range of year round events and activities including; the annual Christkindelmarkt German Christmas market, Ice Cube outdoor temporary ice rink, Yorkshire Food & Drink Festival, City Beach together with various multi-cultural and community celebrations including; Leeds Pride, Vaisakhi and St Patrick’s Day celebrations.
Who is organising the concert?
The concerts are organised and promoted by Red Eagle Events Ltd with event services, bars and venue management organised by Leeds City Council.
From the Jam, Bad Manners, The Dualers & Death of Pop Guitar (will be playing Millennium Square as part of the Leeds Ska and Mod Fest on Sunday 11 August 2019. The gates will open at open at 3pm with the first band due to perform at 4pm.
How much are tickets and where can I buy them?
The first 100 Tickets are priced at £25.94 plus booking fee then rising to £32.01 plus booking fee, tickets are available from the following:
Online at: www.millsqleeds.com Box office: 0113 376 0318 In person: from Crash Records in Leeds.
Is the concert suitable for people of all ages and do children need a ticket?
Every person attending the concert will need a ticket. All persons under 16 years must be accompanied by an adult (18 years and over). Please note certain elements of this event may not be suitable for children under 16 and parental discretion is advised.
Will there be alcohol available at the concert?
As there is alcohol available on site, a check 25 policy is in operation at the bar. No alcohol will be served to any persons under the age of 18. Proof of identification and age therefore may be required.
What facilities are provided for disabled people?
A limited number of accessible platform tickets (including free entry for one carer) for wheelchair / disabled users can be purchased (subject to availability). Millennium Square is easily accessible from all entrances although Gate A on Portland Crescent is the closest for the accessible viewing platform. There are numerous city centre disabled parking options available nearby. For more information on city centre parking visit www.leeds.gov.uk or call parking services on 0113 395 0050. For all event accessibility enquiries please visit: http://www.millsqleeds.com/plan-your-visit/accessibility
When is the concert
A disabled toilet provision will be located adjacent to the accessible platform and in the main toilet block in the arena. Anyone with accessibility issues or any other concerns should contact Red Eagle Events by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
I don’t want my ticket anymore. Can I get a refund?
Tickets are non refundable.
If I need to leave the arena can I get back in?
No, there are no pass-outs for the event once you are inside the arena. In the case of emergencies please contact the stewarding gate supervisor for further help and assistance.
Where is Millennium Square?
Millennium Square is located off Calverley Street in the heart of the city within the civic quarter and is surrounded by some the city’s most influential and iconic buildings including Leeds Civic Hall, Leeds Town Hall, Leeds City Museum, Leeds General Infirmary and the Carriageworks Theatre / Electric Press development. For more information about Millennium Square and a location map visit www.leeds.gov.uk/millenniumsquare
What’s the easiest way to get to and from the concert?
By Bus A number of bus routes pass through the city centre and stop in close proximity to Millennium Square on The Headrow and Woodhouse Lane. For all bus service timetable and further information please contact West Yorkshire Metro on 0113 245 7676 or visit www.wymetro.com. By Rail Leeds City train station is only a 10 minute walk away from Millennium Square via City Square leading into Park Row and Cookridge Street. For train services and timetable information visit www.nationalrail.co.uk By Car A variety of street and secure parking options are available nearby. For more information on city centre parking visit www.leeds.gov.uk or call parking services on 0113 395 0050.
How do I access the arena?
The main gates to the arena is located on Cookridge Street (Gate C) adjacent to Leeds City Museum and on Portland Crescent (Gate A).
Is there a pick up/drop off point or a taxi rank?
There are designated taxi ranks located nearby. In order to avoid congestion and access issues on the day, all persons attending are requested not to arrange pick up/drop off directly outside the main gates.
Are there plenty of toilet facilities?
Yes, there is a large toilet block within the event arena.
Can I bring a chair and other furniture to the event?
No, portable chairs or large outdoor furniture will not be permitted inside the event arena. Disabled customers or those requiring assistance on medical grounds who wish to bring a chair must hold an accessible platform ticket and the chair must only be used on the accessible platform. Any queries of this nature should be sent by email email@example.com
Can I bring food and drink to the concert?
No, strictly no alcohol, glass, cans or any food or other refreshments are permitted to be brought into the arena. A fully licensed bar and catering facilities are provided within the venue.
What other items should I bring?
Please keep in mind this is a standing outdoor evening concert. Weather conditions can change quickly and so all concert goers should dress appropriately and be prepared if the ground is wet.
Can I take pictures?
You’re very welcome to bring your camera to capture the atmosphere, friends and family, however professional photography equipment is not permitted and we advise you to leave expensive or bulky equipment at home.
Can I get media or photo accreditation?
All media and photo requests should be made in writing to the promoter by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org