Big day today, kids. SHOW DAY! CHAPTER THIRTEEN IS FINALLY UPON US! We are VERY excited. That’s why we’re still up putting things on the website.
Anyway, thought we’d post some handy hints and answers to questions that we get asked a lot – as please bear in mind on the day of the show we are REALLY busy so it might be difficult for us to answer any questions via social media. So read on…
Your PayPal Receipt Is Your Ticket. Printed or shown to us on your phone is fine. If for some reason you get to the show and realise that you’ve forgotten it, then ID is should be fine.
The nearest tube station is Camden Town. It is about 50 yards away from the entrance to The Electric Ballroom, and for those not familiar with the tube network it is on the Northern Line (that’s the black coloured line on the tube maps).
There pretty much isn’t any parking near the venue, unless you want to get a parking ticket. If you are driving, we would advise parking in the residential streets near Tufnell Park station and getting the tube in – it’s just a couple of stops away, and parking around there is unrestricted on most streets on a Sunday.
Doors open at 2pm, the show begins at 4pm. If you’re queuing up outside before 2pm then that’s cool (the queue began at about 1pm last show), we’ll no doubt pop out to say hi – but do be mindful that shops are still trying to operate around you, so be your usual lovely polite selves!
Seats are only reserved within their price bands. So if you have a front row ticket then you have a ticket for ANY seat in the front row. We do not number seats, so if you want to sit with a group of friends then you need to arrive early.
Some of you have noticed that “March” is printed on some confirmation emails in error. DO NOT WORRY! As long as your confirmation / receipt says “CHAPTER 13″ then you’re good to go.
BRING CASH. Not just so you can buy our merchandise and tickets for the PROGRESS WORLD CUP and ENDVR:5, but also because THE BAR ONLY ACCEPTS CASH. We can accept card payments for merchandise and tickets, however.
There is a cloakroom at the venue, should you want to stow away bags and things.
We will be bringing our Panini World Cup sticker swapsies, so there will be an informal swap shop for football stickers operating before the show and in the interval.
The show is finished by AROUND 7.30pm. It might overrun, but be mindful of your transport plans back home afterwards.
Right then. Travel safe and we’ll see you at 2pm, you crazy bastards.
Jim, Jon and Glen.
THIS. IS. PROGRESS.