Concert promoters Cuffe and Taylor are delighted to announce the launch of a new VIP pass for this summer’s shows at Scarborough Open Air Theatre.
The sensational Hacienda Classical, featuring Peter Hook, Bez and 808 State, got this year’s live music series underway in style on Saturday night.
Rock superstars Biffy Clyro are next to headline the UK’s largest open-air arena on Friday.
And ahead of this not-to-be-missed gig, the Yorkshire coast venue has today revealed fans can now access the venue early with a new VIP pass.
Priced at £19.50, the pass – which will be available for every show at the venue this summer – enables concert goers to get into the venue at 5pm (an hour before gates open).
They can kick back and relax at the Open Air Theatre’s all-new café THE VENUE, situated alongside the North Bay Railway station, where they can enjoy a nine-inch pizza and a beer, wine or soft drink of their choice.
Numbers are limited to 50 per show and can only be purchased by those with a valid concert ticket.
Peter Taylor, director of Cuffe and Taylor, said: “People have asked us whether we could provide a VIP pass for concerts and we are delighted to be able to now offer this special early entry ticket.
“The refurbishment of the café allows us to be able to do this and will provide the perfect setting for 50 concert goers to relax ahead of what will be a sensational night of live music.”
Biffy Clyro will be followed at the OAT by pop legend Cliff Richard (June 26), West End Proms (July 5), Years & Years (July 18), Madness (July 19), Lewis Capaldi (July 20 and August 30), Jess Glynne (July 21), Kylie (August 1) and Queen Machine Symphonic featuring Kerry Ellis (August 31).