2018 tour- belfast

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obrybry123
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2018 tour- belfast

Post by obrybry123 » Tue Jan 30, 2018 11:53 pm

this is probably a silly question but im dying to see you live again and cannot rest until i find an answer!
i want to go see you in belfast but it says its 18+ only, im 17 and i dont know how these things go. if i brought a person 18+ would i still get in the door? if not ill just stand outside and listen from there :lol:

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Re: 2018 tour- belfast

Post by Smoking Jim » Wed Jan 31, 2018 12:47 pm

Not that I'd advocate breaking the rules, but, last time Frank played the Limelight I had my then 17 year old daughter with me. We were obviously concerned that she would be asked for ID. As is turned out, the door staff checked out the tickets of those early in the queue and gave out wristbands without as much as a second glance. Dublin the following night was a different story, but did manage to sneak her in!

I'd say risk it - it's the punk thing to do!

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Re: 2018 tour- belfast

Post by obrybry123 » Wed Jan 31, 2018 6:27 pm

haha thank you. gives me hope!

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Re: 2018 tour- belfast

Post by frank » Thu Feb 01, 2018 1:33 pm

Hi there. We always try to make shows all ages, but often times venues have licensing agreements and so on that make that impossible. It's down to the venue (and indeed their relationship with local police), basically. Hope you work it out!
Shows? All of em.

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