DETAILS OF STAG & DAGGER 2011 WILL BE ANNOUNCED SHORTLY. SIGN UP TO THE MAILING LIST FOR EXCLUSIVE INFORMATION.
What is Stag & Dagger?
Stag & Dagger is a “one ticket gives access to all” annual festival that will allow music lovers in Glasgow and Shoreditch (London) access the best new live music acts.
What is included in the ticket price?
Entry to all participating venues throughout the night as individual capacities permit.
Where can I get information and line-up details?
The line up for 2011 is being announced both on our facebook site and in parts here www.staganddagger.com
Be sure to sign up to the www.staganddagger.com mailing list to receive news about confirmed artists / competitions.
Where can I buy tickets and how do I receive them?
Tickets for 2011 are now on sale, listed in the ‘Tickets’ section on our website.
Printed tickets or e-tickets must be exchanged on the night for wristbands at the designated collection points.
Note: there’s no guarantee of tickets on the night.
Can I buy a single venue ticket?
No. All tickets include entry to all venues.
How do I get my wristband on the night?
You will need to hand in your ticket to exchange for your wristband at the designated collection point. For London this will be at XOYO from 6pm.
Do I need ID, even if I have a ticket or wristband?
No, but the venues have the right to turn you away if you do not have the appropriate ID when requested.
What happens if I break/lose my wristband?
Please return your damaged wristband to the Ticket Collection Point for a replacement.
Can I get a student/group discount?
No, we’ve purposely already kept the ticket price low for everyone.
Can I cancel my ticket and get my money back?
No, all tickets are non-refundable unless the event itself is cancelled.
How will I know who is playing where?
Times will be listed on the website nearer the festival.
Which venues are participating?
The 2011 venues have not been announced yet, but please check the ‘Venues” section on the website for the full list nearer the time.
What time does the festival run?
Usually from 7pm onwards but times vary according to venue, and will be announced nearer the time.
Is entry to the venues first-come-first-served?
Yes, you will be turned away if the venues have reached capacity.
Is there a VIP area?
How do I get there?
Visit www.tfl.gov.uk journey planner for advice
By Bus & Nightbus
Buses that run in the area are: 8, N8, 21, 26, N26, 35, N35, 42, 47, 48, 55, N55, 67, 78, 141, 149 (24h), 242(24h), 243(24h), 344 and 388.
Brick Lane is accessible from Aldgate East tube, on the District and Hammersmith & City lines. Liverpool Street is on the Central, Metropolitan, Circle and Hammersmith & City lines. For Shoreditch, Old Street tube station is on the Northern Line (bank branch).
The closest station is Liverpool Street, but there are also buses and tubes from other stations including London Bridge, Waterloo and Victoria.
Go to www.tfl.gov.uk cycle route planner
For Cabwise, text HOME to 60835 to get the numbers of one taxi and two local, licensed minicab companies.
Parking in the area
You will be able to park in the usual places in the area but we can’t take responsibility for this and would advise you use public transport as parking is very limited in Shoreditch and parking meters operate until 11pm. There won’t be any designated parking areas specifically for the festival.
Are any roads going to be closed off?
No, the streets will be open as usual so please take care.
Do not drink in the street – you can be stopped and fined £500
Visit www.drinkaware.co.uk for advice.
What do I do if I have a problem on the day / on site?
Go to the ticket collection point or ask one of the festival stewards.
Can people under 18 attend the festival?
No. The festival takes place in venues licensed to sell alcohol and admit 18+
Are there ATM machines on the site and in the area?
There are ATMs which do not charge to withdraw money in the following locations: Liverpool Street Station, Old Street Underground Station, beside Aldgate East tube station at the bottom of Brick Lane, on Bethnal Green Road at the top of Brick Lane, Tesco on Kingsland Road and at the petrol station at Old Street roundabout.
There are also a lot others available in places like convenience stores, but these will charge a fee, usually around £1.75 per withdrawal.
What will the weather be like?
It’s the UK – so who knows. Fingers crossed. But all of the venues are indoors so no danger of mud!
Will there be cloakrooms for storing belongings?
No we suggest you keep your belongings with you at all times and can’t be responsible for any loss or theft of belongings.