F A Q 'S
Please CLICK HERE for a list of Live performances scheduled at Plymouth Pavilions. A list of cancelled and rescheduled performances is available below. The Ticket Store bookers will have been informed of any changes to their tickets by email or phone. If you have any queries about your tickets for any postponed or cancelled events please email email@example.com .
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|SHOW (alphabetical ↓ )||ORIGINAL DATE||STATUS||NEW DATE|
|Him & Me: Anton & Giovanni||18/07/21||Rescheuled||21/06/22|
|Lost in Music Christmas Party||18/12/20||Cancelled|
|Lost in Music Christmas Party||19/12/20||Cancelled|
|Pavilions Introduces: Land of the Giants||16/07/21||Rescheduled||26/08/22|
|Rumours of Fleetwood Mac||23/04/21||Rescheduled||29/05/22|
|Sasha Velour||28/01/21||Rescheduled||05/02/22 20:00|
|Sir Ranulph Fiennes||30/03/20||Rescheduled||18/03/22|
|Story of Soul||25/03/21||Rescheduled||23/09/22|
|The Bootleg Beatles||20/12/20||Rescheduled||20/12/21|
|The Musical Box||20/02/20||Rescheduled||20/02/22|
|What's Love Got To Do With It?||03/02/22||Rescheduled||06/05/23|
How can I buy my tickets?
You can buy your tickets from The Ticket Store on 0333 772 7727.
How can I pay for my tickets?
You can pay for your tickets by most major credit/debit cards both over the phone and online (unfortunately The Ticket Store do not accept American Express). You can also pay in cash when The Ticket Store is open on show nights.
Can I book in person?
Unfortunately The Ticket Store is not open for over the counter bookings. You are welcome to pop in during the 60 minute period that we are open before the start of a show to book.
Why do I have to pay a booking fee?
There is a 12% booking fee applied to all tickets over £15. If top price tickets are under £15 there is no booking fee, unless specified.
The booking fees are payable regardless of method of payment. The booking fee is a vital part sustaining ticketing businesses and is applied on a per ticket basis to cover the cost of operating The Ticket Store both online and over the phone, staff costs, credit card commissions and all of the other costs associated with running a business. It also allows investment in new technologies and infrastructure to accommodate modern demands. This has included the introduction of the online 'Select Your Own Seat' service, and investment in scanning equipment and networks that facilitate the fantastic 'Print at Home' ticketing service. Booking fees have become an industry standard necessity. Unfortunately, due to tight Promoter deals and increased bank charges, many venues have already been forced to go down the lines of closing their in house Box Offices and out sourcing their ticketing to independent ticketing agencies. The result of this means even higher costs being passed on to the customer and the loss of personal service and venue knowledge that in house Box Offices, such as The Ticket Store are able to give.
If I have special requirements, how can I book tickets?
If you have any access requirements then you can call The Ticket Store on 0333 772 7727 to book your tickets. The Ticket Store handle these bookings individually so as to determine your specific needs and give the best option available to you. For this reason, our events are not set up to accommodate bookings for customers with access requirements online.
How will I know that my booking has gone through?
Once your online booking has confirmed you will receive an email confirmation from The Ticket Store. If you complete your booking successfully but don't receive an email confirmation, you can call The Ticket Store on 0333 772 7727 and they’ll be able to look into this for you.
How do I know when the tickets I want go on sale?
The show information page on our website will state the date and time that tickets will be available from. Until tickets go on sale, the 'Ticket Availability' status will remain blank. The best way to stay up to date with recent announcements and upcoming shows is by following us on social media and signing up to our E-news at the bottom of the page.
Can I cancel my order if I change my mind or can no longer make the gig?
Covid-19 update: In the event that a show is rescheduled and you are unable to attend the new date you are able to request a refund by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Cancelled shows have always been subject to an automatic refund on the cost of the tickets, there is no need to contact The Ticket Store unless you believe that the card details you used to purchase your ticket are no longer valid.
Unfortunately we are unable to offer refunds. We advise insuring your tickets against unforeseen circumstances with Booking Protect, you will be offered this as part of your transaction with The Ticket Store. To see details about valid conditions for claiming click here .
Why am I limited on how many tickets I can buy?
Ticket limits are set by the promoter of a show and not by Plymouth Pavilions or The Ticket Store. These are usually put in place in an attempt to combat ticket touting and ensure that people don't buy extra tickets to resell at profit.
I want to book by phone, will tickets be available?
Yes, as long as we have tickets left for a show, they will be available over the phone. When a performance is approaching selling out, the online booking system may intervene to prevent single seats being left in the middle of aisles, if this is causing you problems booking your tickets please call The Ticket Store for support.
Why do tickets sell out so quickly online?
Unfortunately for some shows, ticket demand far outweighs the supply we have available. Our tickets are allocated on a first come first served basis. With so many people clicking Buy Tickets at once, the available tickets can be snapped up within seconds, however tickets may be released if customers don't complete their transaction, or change the number of tickets they had in their basket so refresh the page periodically to check. Once all available tickets have been allocated, a "SOLD OUT" message will display. Tickets for popular shows sell out online within minutes, however the Promoter may choose to release tickets that they had held back so it's always worth checking online periodically, do not be tempted to buy tickets from a secondary seller such as ViaGoGo or through an online Marketplace such as Facebook.
How long does it take before I can speak to somebody and buy tickets?
The Ticket Store telephone lines are always fully staffed when tickets go on sale, however sometimes thousands of people can call in at the same time and so there is often a telephone queue for popular shows. Each call takes several minutes to process so please be aware that, whilst we answer calls as fast as we can, there may be a delay when a popular show goes on sale.
I've seen tickets to a Plymouth Pavilions show on Ticketmaster, why do you not sell all the tickets to a show in your Arena?
The tour promoter allocates tickets between us as a venue (we sell our allocation from our sister company The Ticket Store) and external ticket promoters such as Ticketmaster or See Tickets (which agencies get tickets and how many differs from show to show). The majority of tickets are usually made available to the venue and therefore our Box Office provider The Ticket Store will often have tickets when other outlets may have sold out of their allocation.
Why are some tickets more expensive than others?
The ticket price is set by the tour promoter for each show. Plymouth Pavilions do not set the ticket prices, nor can we offer any discounts that have not been pre-approved by the promoter.
Can I put my name on a waiting list for tickets to a sold out show?
No, we do not operate a waiting list system for sold out shows.
I haven't received a confirmation email and/or my print at home tickets, what can I do?
As part of their anti-tout measures The Ticket Store dispatch tickets around a fortnight before the show. Make sure you check your Junk folder as sometimes emails with attachments get caught by spam filters. If you haven't received anything, email The Ticket Store on email@example.com.
I asked for my tickets to be posted but they haven't arrived, what do I do?
Call The Ticket Store on 0333 772 7727 and we can cancel your initial tickets and issue reprinted copies for you to collect on the night of the show. As part of their anti-tout measures The Ticket Store dispatch tickets in the second class post around a fortnight before the show, so please allow time for them to arrive before contacting them by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
What happens if the event is cancelled or postponed?
As soon as we receive confirmation from the show promoter that a show is cancelled or rescheduled, we'll contact you via the contact details you gave us when you booked your tickets, and explain what happens next. You will be given a choice between attending the rescheduled event (where applicable) or getting your money back. As tickets are sent out closer to the show it’s unlikely that you will have received your tickets for the postponed show but in the event of a late postponement always hold on to your tickets as the original ones will, in most cases, still be valid for any rescheduled date.
I've lost my tickets, what do I do?
Email The Ticket Store on email@example.com, we'll be able to cancel your initial tickets and issue reprinted ones for you to collect before the show.
What can I bring into the Arena?
For a list of prohibited items please see our Security page here
Can I bring a walking stick or crutches to an event?
For your safety, and for those around you, we do not allow people using crutches and/or walking aids onto a standing floor. Even though your friends around you could help to look after you, crowd movement on the floor is unpredictable. We will always endeavour to find you an accessible position within the Arena so that you can still come to the concert. Please call our box office on 0333 772 7727 and they will do their best to find alternative tickets.
Are children welcome in the Arena?
Whilst Plymouth Pavilions encourages access for all, we would recommend that parents or guardians do not bring infants less than two years of age into the Arena.
Due to the wide variety of performances at Plymouth Pavilions there may be certain shows in which it is not appropriate to have babies present in the audience. It is often the case that shows carry a recommended age limit. This is to maintain the wellbeing of the child, to prevent impact to the performance of the show and also other guests.
If infants are permitted to a performance, they will need to be accommodated on the parent or guardian's lap as no seat will be allocated. There will be no charge for this (unless specified by the promotor for certain shows). Children under 2 will only be permitted in seated areas of the Arena and not into any standing area. If the babes in arms become restless and cause a disturbance the parent/guardian will be requested to leave the Arena with the child. We reserve the right to not re-admit.
Can't find your answer here? Pop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll get back to you.