Tickets for events at O2 Academy Glasgow
To find O2 Academy Glasgow visit www.maps.google.co.uk Travel information in and around Glasgow visit www.travelinescotland.com O2 Academy Glasgow opened in March 2003 with a one-off performance by Deacon Blue. A multi-million pound refurbishment restored the venues beautiful original art deco features and a beautiful, historic building. Well received by both the industry and public alike, O2 Academy Glasgow was hailed a welcome addition, with a vibrant diary of rock, pop, dance and seated comedy events, as well as credible club nights thanks to top quality front-of-house and backstage facilities. Contact Us Box Office: 0844 477 2000 (24 Hr) Email: email@example.com Tel: 0141 418 3000 Academy Music Group information: For recruitment, visit Academy Music Group For press please email firstname.lastname@example.org For marketing and partnerships please email email@example.com Lost property can only be collected from our sister venue, the O2ABC at 300 Sauchiehall Street between 10am and 5pm on any Tuesday or Thursday. Alternatively you can email: firstname.lastname@example.org and a member of staff will get back to you as soon as possible.
Bridge Street visit www.spt.co.uk
Central Station or Queen Street (08457 48 49 50) or visit www.scotrail.co.uk
For local bus routes visit www.spt.co.uk
Bridge Street Underground Car Park and Cook Street/Centre Street Car Park
Disabled Bookings - Call Box Office on 0141 332 2232 ext 2 then 5 (Mondays-Saturday, 10am-5pm) or alternatively please email the Box Office Manager at email@example.com. Should you wish to purchase a disabled ticket for the event earlier than 10am please purchase from ticketing companies who are selling for the event but just buy a standard ticket. Once you have purchased your ticket you must contact the venue box office on the phone number or email above to confirm your disabled booking and carer pass if applicable.