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Wristband Collection and Freshers' Ticket Sales!

Wristband Collection and Freshers' Ticket Sales!

Saturday 15 September 2018, 9am - 6pm Union Square

Need to collect your wristband?

Want to buy tickets to our Freshers Nightlife events?

Then here's what you need to know!

 

Collecting a Wristband

Wristband collection will open at 9am in Union Square, and close at 6pm on Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th September. To collect your wristband, and you're a:

  • Fresher: please bring valid photo ID*, a printed copy of your wristband purchase receipt and your student number!
  • Returning student: please bring your UH student ID!

Here’s some important information about your pass.

  • Firstly, you must collect your physical wristband during our wristband collection period, which will be taking place in Union Square, located outside the EleHouse/Forum Hertfordshire on the College Lane campus.
  • This will be open on both Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th September, between 9am and 6pm. Should you be unable to collect it then, please contact arrive at on of the events at opening time and we can exchange your wristband then.

To collect your wristband you will need to bring along:

  • Fresher: please bring valid photo ID*, a printed copy of your wristband purchase receipt and your student number.
  • Returning student: please bring your UH student ID.
  • To guarantee entry with your Freshers’ Wristband you will need to arrive at the venue and be in the queue before 11pm. This means that anyone not in the queue before 11pm will not be guaranteed entry and may have to purchase a new ticket.

Buying tickets or a wristband

To buy tickets or a Freshers' wristband as a Fresher, please bring cash or card to Union Square from 9am on Saturday 15th or Sunday 16th September. Tickets are first come, first served, and priority for leftover ticket sales will be given to freshers. Sales will start at 9am and finish at 6pm - or once we have sold out!

 

 

For more information including times and dates of our events, please check the listings on www.hertfordshire.su or www.facebook.com/forumhertfordshire/events. You can even subscribe to our events on Facebook to find out about them as they go live!

If you have any more queries please feel free to contact us on Contact@forumhertfordshire.co.uk or Contact@hertfordshire.su

PARTY ON FRESHERS!

The Forum Hertfordshire Team

Hertfordshire Students’ Union

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