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A guide to the Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott concert

22 July 2022

With the Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott concert due to take place on Saturday, July 23 here is a rundown of everything you need to know ahead of the show.

Car parking 

Car parking at the Eco-Power Stadium is available on a pre-paid basis ONLY and there are no other pay and display car parks around the immediate location of the stadium.

Please do not attempt to park at the stadium unless you have pre-booked.

There will be a park and ride at the Racecourse for £20 per vehicle here.

Car parks at the Eco-Power Stadium open at 3pm.  

There are no other pay and display car parks around the immediate location, so please do not travel by car to the stadium on the day of the event if you have not made parking arrangements.

A full list of available pay and display car parks around Doncaster is available here.

IMPORTANT: Please be aware roadworks are taking place in the vicinity of the stadium and we advise attendees to make travel plans in advance and arrive early.

Park and ride:

There will be a park and ride service from Doncaster Racecourse for £20. This service is pre-paid only. To check availability and reserve your place, visit: tickets.clubdoncaster.co.uk or call the Box Office directly on 01302 762576.

Traveling by bus/taxi: 

Service buses from Doncaster Bus Interchange can be found here.  

A taxi rank facility will be available from the nearby Lakeside Village Shopping Centre. This will be located behind B&M.  

Travelling by train: 

Doncaster railway station has connections to nearby locations including Leeds, Manchester, Rotherham, Sheffield, Wakefield and York. The last train leaving Doncaster to each location is shown below: 

  • Leeds – 23:50 
  • Manchester – 22:24
  • Rotherham – 22:43
  • Sheffield – 23:43
  • Wakefield – 23:50
  • York – 22:55
  • Hull - 23:28

Doncaster train station is located next to the bus interchange.  

Bag policy:

Bags must be no larger than an A4 sheet of paper.  

All bags will be searched upon entry.

Admission may be refused to anyone carrying one or more of the items listed below. It will be each ticket holder’s responsibility to dispose of any items that cannot be brought into the venue. Please note it will not be possible for any such items to be collected after the event.

If it is necessary to bring a bag, ensure it is as small as possible. Nothing larger than size A4 will be permitted, and bags will be searched.

Suitable clothing and footwear in case of inclement weather. Umbrellas will not be permitted inside the venue.

Individual hand sanitiser will be allowed

Prohibited items include, but are not limited to:

  • Alchol, except in hand sanitizer
  • Flammable liquids and aerosols
  • Laptops, iPads or similar devices
  • Food and drink (unless for medical purposes)
  • Go-Pro type cameras
  • Cameras with detachable lens
  • Selfie-sticks
  • Audio/video recording equipment
  • Weapons of any kind
  • Pepper spray/mace
  • Spiked bracelets
  • Studded jewelry
  • Fireworks, smoke bombs, confetti, glitter bombs
  • Glass/cans/plastic bottles 
  • Laser pointers
  • Large chains
  • Wallet chains
  • Drones or radio controlled devices

Public bars will close at 10pm.

Cashless stadium: 

All food and drink outlets in the stadium will be cashless, with a card-only policy.  Please note that food and beverage outlets within the stadium and fan village will be cashless and will be operating a card only policy. 

Reporting issues on the day: 

Any issues that need to be raised can be done by calling 01302 762576.

Please note:

Anyone aged under 14 will only be permitted entry to the event if accompanied by an adult.

Timings for the event: 

3pm Car parks open
3:30pm Fan Village opens
5pm Doors open
6:15pm The Lathums on stage
7:20pm The Proclaimers on stage
8:30pm Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott on stage
10:30 pm Approximate event finish

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