In view of Coronavirus, June event dates at The Wyldes have been changed to September:
WHAT SHOULD I DO IF I’VE ALREADY GOT TICKETS?
Nothing. Your existing tickets will be valid for the new date.
You don’t need to do a thing.
WHAT IF I CAN NO LONGER MAKE IT TO AN EVENT?
If you cannot make the rescheduled date you should be entitled to a refund on the face value of your ticket. Due to the unprecedented circumstances of the situation and the volume of cancellations and postponements within the events industry, we have been advised that this will take a long time to process and may not be until after the show has taken place. We will do everything we can to speed that process up and will update regularly by email when we have further information.
Please email us directly if you have questions about this. Please do not contact the ticket company or us via social media as it’s easy to miss your messages.
WHAT IF I STILL WANT TO BUY TICKETS?
You can still do that! Head here to buy your tickets.
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