Generally gigs are all ages however anyone under 14 years of age must be accompanied by an adult over 18. Minimum Age Restriction: 8
All clubs are strictly over 18s (Photographic ID may be required).
There may be some shows that are an exception to this so please check at the time of booking as refunds will not be available.
The venue will ID for alcohol in line with the Prove It 25 scheme.
Safety and Security:
Please arrive in good time as security measures are in place, which include bag checks on arrival.
Large bags - including rucksacks - are not allowed, so please do make alternative arrangements.
Please check the FAQs of the venue you’re visiting in advance to find out more.
For travel and parking information, visit the University of Leicester website
Box Office Collections:
All tickets booked in advance for collection may be picked up on the evening of the event after the doors open. You must bring with you the original card used to purchase the tickets and the confirmation code given as proof of purchase.
Disabled customers should buy one standard ticket which will allow themselves & a carer into the venue. Please notify email@example.com when tickets have been booked so provisions can be made. The disabled access area is on the balcony level in O2 Academy Leicester and access into the venue is on street level for all rooms.
Academy Music Group (AMG), concluded negotiations with the University of Leicester's Students' Union to launch O2 Academy Leicester on campus in September 2010.
The Students' Union, housed in the Percy Gee building, is the heart of the University of Leicester and currently undergoing a '15m development. The introduction of the 1,450 capacity live music and club venue is an integral feature of this programme, with first-class facilities to cater for the biggest live acts on the touring circuit.
With a vibrant local scene, there will be two additional production-complete venues on site, O2 Academy2 Leicester (500 capacity) and O2 Academy3 Leicester for 250 patrons, all of which will operate independently, as well as simultaneously.
The investment forms part of the university's £1 billion development framework plan and Leicester has nearly 23,000 students, ranking among the top in the country for student satisfaction and Students' Union services.