AECC > FAQs
Tickets are available from our ticket agent Ticketmaster on www.ticketmaster.co.uk
or by calling 08444 77 9000. AECC do not sell tickets directly.
There is a Ticketmaster box office available at AECC on concert days only. This is open from 17.30 on the date of the show only, and closes once the main act comes on stage.
The Box Office is located at the West Entrance of the AECC Arena. It is run by Ticketmaster, not AECC.
AECC do not deal directly with tickets, please contact our ticket agent Ticketmaster on 08444 999 999.
Sorry – tickets are non-refundable. Refunds cannot be given at any time, unless an event is cancelled or rescheduled. Please see details on Ticketmaster’s website when booking. You can take insurance out when purchasing tickets incase this happens.
Unless otherwise stated by the event organiser, our standard venue age advisory will apply.
It is the recommendation of the venue that children under 14 should not attend in the standing area at any event, and that children aged 14 and 15 should be accompanied by an adult (aged 18+) if attending in this area.
All patrons over 5 years old are welcome to attend in the seated section, unless otherwise stated by the event organiser.
It is also the recommendation of the venue that children under 5 should not attend concerts or events other than those specifically aimed at younger visitors, i.e. children’s shows.
In this instance please call Ticketmaster Customer Service on 08444 999 999. Please note that this must be carried out in advance, if you wait until the event then we may not be able to accommodate your needs.
All the tickets for our Special Access Platform are sold via our ticket agent Ticketmaster.
In order to purchase tickets for this, please call 0844 847 1655 and choose Option 3, you will then be put through to an operator. If you would prefer, you can also fill in the form online within the booking page of the event you wish to attend, by clicking on the ‘Accessible Tickets’ icon at the right hand side of the page.
Further information on accessibility at the Venue can be found here.
If you have any issues with your seat, please contact at member of AECC security staff.
Sorry we do not have a cloakroom facility at concerts.
The decanting of all bottled drinks is company policy due to health and safety reasons. At concerts bottles are considered missiles and are often thrown at the stage and
can cause serious injury to the band not to mention other concert goers.
Due to our commitment to sustainability and green issues, all “plastic cups” are in fact, not plastic but a substance called Vegware which is recyclable and is in fact made from
Compact cameras and camera phones are permitted at concerts unless otherwise stated. Any camera which has a removable lens is not permitted within the venue. This is a stipulation of the acts and their promoters, due to copyright issues.
Photographers must contact AECC (who will pass the request on to the relevant promoter) to request a press pass which, if granted, will allow access with a professional camera.
When tickets are marked “seated”, they are in an all-seating area. In these circumstances if other customers view will be blocked by you standing you will be asked to sit by a member of the security staff. However we operate on a majority rules basis, and if the majority of people are standing then you will not be asked to sit down.
If you think this will cause an issue for you, we recommend purchasing tickets in the tiered seating (rather than the flat floor seating), as it is less likely (though not impossible) that people will stand in the tiered section.
The merchandise is sold by AECC, please call 01224 824824.
The final decision is down to the promoter of that event – they liaise closely with Grampian Police and the artist(s) performing to decide the best course of action for all. AECC do not have the authority to cancel any concert if the promoters decide it will proceed.
Yes there is parking available onsite. It is chargeable at the following rates:
0930hrs – 1800hrs = £3.00 per car
1800hrs – 2330hrs = £5.00 per car
All day parking (0930–2330) = £5.00 per car
Coaches = £10 per coach
Ticket machines are situated at various locations in Car Parks 2, 4, 5 and 6 surrounding the AECC and AECC Arena. They accept all major credit and debit cards and cash (coins only). Please note machines take exact change only; no change will be given.
You can use Parkmobile prior to arriving at the venue
– An easier way to pay – No coins, no fuss
£5.00 + 20p per transaction for cars
The Park & Ride (number 40) will take you directly to AECC.
After all concerts the Gig’n’Go bus service is available to take you back to Aberdeen’s City Centre, this service costs £3.
The Holiday Inn and Holiday Inn Express hotels are located next door to AECC.
Payment for parking can be bought in advance of the chargeable hours. For example, if a delegate arrives at 8.30am and puts their £3 in the machine, the ticket will be valid from when the parking charge comes in force (9.30am).
Yes AECC have an in-house catering team who specialise in providing high quality food using local suppliers
There is always a range of food available to purchase at concerts and events. There are hot food catering stands and the bar sells a selection of crisps and confectionary.
Don’t bring your own!
No AECC is a no-smoking building, but we do have specific outside smoking points at concerts for those wishing to smoke during a performance.
Our Customer Care Policy can be viewed by clicking here.
Yes – there is a cash machine available at the Arena’s West Entrance and also in the Café Concourse (not open during concerts).
Please inform a member of the AECC/Showsec security team who will get a First Aider to you.
You can find our accessibility information by clicking here.