F.A.Q

When do tickets sell out?


Tickets often sell out shortly after A level results day in August. We advise purchasing your ticket as early possible to avoid dissapoinment. First Release tickets also cost up to 75% less than the general release ones so it's a great time to grab yourself a bargain.




Do I have to wear fancy dress to the themed events?


No, Fancy dress is encourgaed but not essential, just wear what you are comfortable with.




Can I bring a friend from home?


Yes you can.




How do I receive my wristband?


Your online ticket will be exchanged for a wristband. Details of the exchange location and times will be updated on our social media pages on the lead up to the event.




Can I sell my ticket to someone else?


Yes, this is completly fine.




Information


All events are 18+ I.D will be required on entry. Venue management reserve the right to refuse entry. Tickets are non refundable Tickets can be resold or transfered. Event themes and dates are subject to change. Events are not affiliated with any university and are organsied independently. Some events have a last entry timecap please read the event details on the lineup page carefully.




How do I contact you?


You can contact us through our Official Facebook page or by email. www.facebook.com/bristol2020freshers info@bristolfreshers.co.uk




Which events are included in my ticket?


Our events run over 3 weeks and there are 2 different tickets avaliable to purchase. Ticket - 'Fortnight 1' - Grants access to all events in the Fortnight 1 lineup Ticket - 'Fortnight 2' - Grants access to all events in the Fortnight 2 lineup




Privacy Policy


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This privacy policy was made using an SEQ Legal privacy policy template. (2) What information do we collect?
We may collect, store and use the following kinds of personal information:
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COVID-19


Every year we are committed to providing the biggest and best Freshers events to students arriving in Bristol, and this year is no different. We believe that every student should experience the tradition of Freshers. Therefore we are ensuring that our events will still run (at a later date if necessary) so you do not have to miss out on the Freshers experience.

We are confident that the events will run on the dates advertised, however the situation with COVID-19 is ever-changing and unfortunately, we can’t predict the future. So, in light of the current situation we have put our ‘Buy with Confidence’ guarantee in place; it’s our commitment to you so there is no uncertainty when buying your Freshers wristband.

We have put all of the necessary arrangements in place with venues and external providers to reschedule our event dates if this becomes necessary.

All tickets will still be valid for the rescheduled dates.

For all ticket enquiries please contact info@bristolfreshers.co.uk

....................Buy with Confidence Guarantee....................

If the events on our Freshers wristband are unable to go ahead due to COVID -19, we will reschedule to the earliest date we are allowed in line with government guidelines.

All tickets will still be valid for the rescheduled dates.




What is a Pre Release Ticket?


Pre Release tickets are on sale before our full lineup has been released, they are the cheapest our tickets will EVER be and in previous year's have SOLD OUT in the first couple of days.





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